This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with San Diego deputy D.A. Rachel Solov about the Nowak stalking case; airport videotape shown. [SOLOV - says the tape proves Nowak did not have a mental incapacity that could be used in a defense; explains the commonalities of female stalkers, including a lot of planning and preparation as in this case.]
(Blacksburg, Virginia: Gary Tuchman) Commencement Day at Virginia Tech University a month after the massacre featured; scenes shown of the diploma ceremonies and from across the campus. [Survivor/graduate Theresa WALSH - describes what happened in the shooting.] The latest in the investigation of the shooting by Cho Seung-Hui discussed.
(Lake City: John Zarrella) The fires across the state of Florida featured; scenes shown of the raging flames and a tour of the "fire lines" by which the firefighters hold back the fire. The fire at a hunting camp discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Catalina Island, California: Dan Simon) The fire on Catalina Island featured; scenes shown of the line of flames and smoke. [Avalon resident Rick GIBSON- recounts the firefighting effort.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on Catalina Island outlined on screen.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The buzz over the political maneuvers by Republican presidential candidate former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani about his position on abortion; the absence of Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama from a visit by contenders to New Hampshire due to scheduling; a judge's ruling that the Washington madam cannot release customer phone numbers; British Prime Minister Tony Blair's plans to visit the US next week and speculation that "Law and Order" man Fred Thompson will decide by July if he is running for the presidency reported.
(New York: Jeffrey Toobin) The realities of crime scene investigation examined by looking inside a New York City police department forensic lab. [NYPD hair and fiber unit Lisa FABER- talks about her favorite case involving hair evidence.] [Brooklyn School of Law Margaret BERGER- expresses skepticism about hair evidence.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with "New York Times" John Burns about the realities in the war in Iraq in response to what Iraqi national security adviser Mowaffak al-Rubaie said last night. [In interview, RUBAIE - says sectarian violence is considerably lower than before; explains how Baghdad is under the control of an Iraqi general and Iraqi command.] [BURNS - says there is a kind of civil war with sectarian violence remaining a problem; notes Rubaie has a political agenda; assesses the abilities of the Iraqi army and police.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The potential terrorism plot by Islamic extremists at US diplomatic and military facilities in Germany; the kidnapping of American oil workers off the coast of Nigeria; the return to prison of Byron Perkins, who had been released to donate a kidney to his son; apologies in a Boston court from two men charged with planting devices that appeared like bombs reported.
(No location given: Randi Kaye) The story of American Stanford University student Kjerstin Erickson, who is helping refugees in South Africa through Forge, an organization she founded, presented; scenes shown from the refugee camp, students being trained to work in Africa and to train the refugees. [ERICKSON - says it was something she could do; talks about the lack of opportunities in refugee camps.]