This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The announcement by White House press secretary Tony Snow that his colon cancer has returned examined; diagram shown of his cancer recurrence; details given about his role as press secretary for an embattled president. [At the White House, President BUSH - outlines what Snow told him about the cancer.] [Medical editor Tim JOHNSON- says it is very serious, but there are new treatments.] [White House deputy press secretary Dana PERINO- comments.] [Last week, SNOW - talks about Elizabeth Edwards and her cancer.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(New York: John McKenzie) The problem with recurring cancer examined. [Group of cancer SURVIVORS - react to cancer coming back.] [MD Anderson Cancer Center Dr. Michael FISCH- says you cannot predict about cancer.]
(Capitol Hill: Jake Tapper) The change in the Senate position examined; details given about the Senate bill that passed with the changed outlook of two senators. [Senator Chuck HAGEL - questions policy; states monarchy is not suited to America.] [Senator John McCAIN - says they are wrong.] White House statement and President Bush's plan for a veto quoted.
(Manama, Bahrain: Martha Raddatz) The dual-carrier exercise of US warships in the Persian Gulf after Iran captured British sailors last Friday featured; scenes shown from the gulf. [British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR - hopes we get Iran to release the sailors.] [Lexington Inst. Loren THOMPSON†- talks about the Navy as a tool of deterrence.]
(Chicago: Barbara Pinto) The aggressive help in Chicago for troubled mortgage holders examined; scenes shown from Chicago neighborhoods. [Housing counselor Deborah MOORE- cites the impact of foreclosures on a neighborhood.] [Homeowner Mark HILL - worries about housing values.] [Homeowner Ed SANDERS - details his case of fraud.] [Housing counselor Liz CATON- calls it a deadly disease.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The continuing problem of airport "runway incursions" examined; details given about a GPS mapping system for plane cockpits; NTSB video of a recent miss at the Denver airport shown. [Former pilot Robert BRAGG- recalls what happened in the Canary Islands in 1977.] [Aviation consultant John NANCE- calls it a "festering problem"; states the NTSB need to tell them to get it done.] [FAA's Marion BLAKEY- comments on the GPS system.] [NTSB Mark ROSENKER- comments on the national air system.]
(On the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa: Mike Lee) Man versus baboons on the southern tip of South Africa featured; scenes shown from the Cape of Good Hope of baboons in the backyards and houses of the settlers. [Baboon Free Action Group Carlo VOLBRECHT, Baboon Matters charity Jenni TREHOWEN- offer differing opinions on the baboons' presence among people.]