This program is 28 minutes long
(Waterbury, Connecticut: Randall Pinkston) The view of the war in Waterbury, Connecticut, featured. [World War II veteran Frank PETRILLO- backs President Bush.] [Representative Chris MURPHY - says he voted his conscience, but we cannot overturn the veto and the Iraqis have to stand up for themselves.] [Resident Chris PALANGIO- questions the war.]
(Studio: Russ Mitchell) A US raid on an Al Qaeda hideout in Diyala province noted.
(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Baghdad: Lara Logan) The view of US commanders of the US casualty reports in this deadly month in Iraq, the drop in Iraqi casualty rates during the surge, the extraordinary moment of getting into the Al Qaeda prison where Iraqis were found in bad condition discussed.
(Tehran: Elizabeth Palmer) Tomorrow's meeting in Baghdad, Iraq, of officials from the US and Iran for the first time since 1979 previewed; scenes shown from Tehran, the presence of the US Navy off the coast; details given of actions by Iran, including the detention of Iranian-Americans and the regime's anti-American rhetoric. [Tehran University professor Sadegh ZIBAKALAM- says Iran would benefit from stability in Iraq.]
(New York: Bianca Solorzano) Congressional consideration of raising fuel economy standards for all vehicle with opposition from auto makers examined; statistics cited; auto industry radio ad played. [Auto shop owner Stephen CODY- cites customer complaints about fuel.] [Senator Carl LEVIN - suggests focusing on technology.] [Alliance to Save Energy president Kateri CALLAHAN- offers suggestions to lower demand.] The industry's concerns discussed.
(Washington: Joie Chen) The 20th annual Rolling Thunder day in Washington, DC, an unorthodox tradition recalling the days of the Vietnam War, featured; scenes shown of the motorcycles in the capital honoring all who serve in the military. [On the mall, Vietnam era vets Greg FREDERICK, Gene AUGUST; serving in Iraq, Army Lt. Col Bob MOORE- say it is about duty and loyalty.]