This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Kate Snow) The discussion about global warming and climate change at Congress presented; details given about his requests about carbon emissions and reducing greenhouse gases. [GORE - says the planet has a fever.] [Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN, Representatives Joe BARTON, Dennis HASTERT- reply to Gore.] [Princeton University professor of geosciences Michael OPPENHEIMER- reacts to Gore's public arguments.] [Senator Barbara BOXER - jokes.]
(Washington: Jake Tapper) The showdown between Congressional Democrats and President Bush's White House over hearings into the firing of eight US attorneys examined; details given about a House committee's authorizing of subpoenas for White House adviser Karl Rove. [Representative Linda SANCHEZ - says the motion is agreed to.] [Representatives William DELAHUNT†, John CONYERS, Senator Charles SCHUMER - react the president's offer.] [White House press secretary Tony SNOW - asks if a political spectacle they want.] [Senator John CORNYN - questions what the Democrats want.] The DCCC radio ad played. Tomorrow's Senate vote on authorizing subpoenas noted and the role of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales today discussed.
(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) The view from central Baghdad, which has been divided by the Sunni-Shiite sectarian violence, featured; scenes shown from a Baghdad hospital emergency room, diving for bodies in the Tigris River, the violence and everyday life as in the ballet school, which now has no music; details given about the ethnic cleansing, the psychological damage to the people and the lack of basics like clean water and electricity. [DOCTOR - wonders.] [Art gallery OWNER - say we have no choice....]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Tomorrow's segment previewed.
(Phoenix: Bill Redeker) The crackdown on crossing the Arizona-Mexico border featured; scenes shown from both sides of the border; details given about the addition of more Border Patrol agents, the use of National Guard, the spending on technology and about how the decline in immigration is hurting farm crops. [US Border Patrol Damon FOREMAN- comments on the plan.] [University of California at San Diego professor Wayne CORNELIUS- says new routes will be found by the migrants.]
(Washington and Alexandria, Illinois: David Kerley) The reaction across the nation to the death of dogs and cats from bad food examined; details given about how the pet food industry is self-regulated and about Menu Foods. [Pet owner LaChett LANDRUM, veterinarian Dr. Marty BECKER, pet owner Dawn MAJERCZYK- express concern about the problem.] [Attorney Alan SASH- talks about the law and pets.]