This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Kate Snow) The rankings of 4500 hospitals for treating heart attack victims examined; hospital location maps shown. [New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System CEO Dr. Herbert PARDES, Yale school of medicine Dr. Harlan KRUMHOLZ, Center for Health System Change Paul GINSBURG, Yale-New Haven Hospital patient Eugene CUMMISKEY- offer views on the significance of hospital performance ratings.] The reaction of some hospitals to the rankings outlined and further future rankings discussed.
(Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) The increasing casualty figures and the new US-Iraqi offensive examined; details given about the roadside bombs in Baghdad; details given about how the insurgents are fleeing the city under pressure and the likelihood of a summer of hard fighting. [Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Peter PACE- predicts tough fighting ahead in the surge; comments on the risk of arming groups we fought before.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos, Martha Raddatz) The US approach to talks with North Korea about the nuclear program, the administration's explanation of a return to diplomacy, the steps in a US-North Korea negotiation and the likely pressure behind the talks from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice discussed.
(Greentown, Ohio: Gigi Stone) The massive search in Ohio for missing pregnant mother Jessie Davis featured; scenes shown of volunteers forming search lines and searching in the fields; details given from the timetable of events. [Volunteers Kristy STREGALA, Becky GANTZ, Susan PATTERSON, sister Whitney DAVIS, Equusearch Tim MILLER - comment on the search.]
(Damascus, Syria: Bob Woodruff) The silent crisis for the Iraq refugees in the Middle East examined; details given of the stress on the economy of Jordan and of the slow US policy towards accepting Iraqi refugees; statistics on humanitarian relief cited; scenes shown of an Iraqi family in Damascus, Syria. [Human Rights Watch Bill FRELICK, U.N. refugee agency in Amman Imran REZA, Jordanian government spokesman Nasser JUDEH- offer views on the refugee problem.] [State Department's Ellen SAUERBREY- says we have not given up in Iraq.]
(Chicago: Jim Avila) The "family secrets" trial of Mafia mobsters featured; scenes shown from Chicago of the cast of characters with funny names; details given of unsolved murders over the years by "the outfit." [Government witness Frank CULLATA- talks about those "wacked."] [Retired FBI agent Lee FLOSI- compares the mob then and now.] [Joey Lombardo defense attorney Rick HALPRIN- talks about his image.]
(New York: John Berman) The treatment of the animals in the new film "Evan Almighty" featured; scenes shown of animals on the set; details given from the written guidelines and about how large scenes in the film of many animals are actually shot. [American Humane Assn. Sandi BUCK- says no animals should be harmed.] ["Evan Almighty" actors Steve CARELL, Lauren GRAHAM - react to the animal smells.]