This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Joe Johns) The controversy surrounding Gonzales examined; details given about the efforts of Gonzales and White House chief of staff Andrew Card to get an ailing Attorney General John Ashcroft to certify the domestic spying program. [People for the American Way Ralph NEAS- says Gonzales has dishonored the office.] [Former deputy attorney general James COMEY- testifies about Ashcroft.] [Former deputy attorney general Bruce FEIN, former Representative Bob BARR- assess the legal maneuvers.] [GONZALES - defends the surveillance law.] [White House press secretary Tony SNOW, Politico.com Jim VANDERHEI- offer views on Gonzales.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jeffrey Toobin) The legal and ethical issue of Gonzales going to see Ashcroft, the implication that President Bush sent Card and Gonzales to Ashcroft's bedside, the need for further explanations about the matter, how the Justice Department seems not to be working with so many against Gonzales and the ongoing support of the president for him discussed.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The murder in northern Iraq last month of a 17-year-old Kurdish woman, Dua Khalil, who was kicked and stoned to death, reviewed; scenes shown of the cell phone video of this "honor killing"; details given of the arrests in the mob murder. [Amnesty International Malcolm SMART- wonders about the complicity.] [Organization of Women's Freedom in Iraq director Houzan MAHMOUD- comments on these killings.] [Kurdistan regional government Qubad TALABANI- outlines what is being done to help victims of these kinds of crimes.]
(Studio and Turkey: Anderson Cooper) The case of an honor killing in Turkey reviewed; details given about the concept of this centuries-old tradition; scenes shown of victimized women with their faces covered while their stories are translated. [Two Turkish MEN - back the tradition.] [Reporter Julia CRITIAN- outlines the concept.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data from the U.N. on annual honor killings and suicides outlined on screen.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Human Rights Watch Farida Deif about honor killings. [DEIF - talks about the public nature of the murder of Dua Khalil; comments on the security officers who failed to intervene; offers perspective on the culture and religion that justifies these crime; states religious leaders need to speak out against violence against women.]
(Washington: Candy Crowley) The "no deal" on the Iraq war spending bill being debated by Congress and President Bush; the findings of a poll of Iowa caucus voters on the Republican and Democratic nominees for 2008; the official announcement on Monday by New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson; the campaigning by Senator Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton; commencement addresses this weekend by former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich at Liberty University and the AP questions to presidential candidates reported.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The status of the wildfires in north Florida; the recall of ferret pet food; a bear scare at a health clinic in New Mexico; reported; scenes shown. The thoughts of "Barbie bandit" Heather Johnson, who held up a bank in Georgia, discussed. [On "Good Morning America", JOHNSON - talks about what happened.]
(Jerusalem: Ben Wedeman) The Gaza rocket makers featured; scenes shown from a secret rocket workshop with the manufacturing process for these crude weapons explained and from the site of a rocket strike yesterday.
(Washington: Sanjay Gupta) The E.coli food poisonings examined; details given about the tainted spinach outbreak. [FDA food safety chief Robert BRACKETT- says the food is very safe, but we don't know where the E.coli comes from; comments on the problem of where to test.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) This weekend's special "Danger: Poisoned Food" announced.
(No location given: Randi Kaye) The story of school security guard Shannon Pierce and his M-LOT mentoring program inside and outside a Miami school profiled; scenes shown from the school. [Student Anthony BROWN - recalls his behavior and how he changed.] [PIERCE - talks about his role with the boys.] [Teacher Vernard PRASS, principal Cathleen McGINNIS- talk about the success for the boys.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The Army's confirmation of the name of the fourth soldier killed in an ambush in Iraq last Saturday; the arrest in the church attack in New York; Stock Market Report and the mining of secret treasure from a shipwreck in the Atlantic Ocean reported.