This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Martha Raddatz) A sobering assessment from the intelligence agencies of the threat from Al Qaeda examined; details given about the persistent and evolving threat, the planning an attack on US soil and based in Pakistan. [Homeland security adviser Fran TOWNSEND- says Al Qaeda will attempt mass casualty attacks.] [Director of national intelligence Mike McCONNELL- says Al Qaeda has recruitment programs.] [In 2005, President BUSH - says we have put the enemy on the run.] [Today, BUSH - says Al Qaeda....]
(Studio: Dan Harris) Congressional report on the safety of the American food supply examined; details given about the FDA's understaffing and about imported foods. [Representative John DINGELL - speaks about tainted food from China.] [Former acting FDA commissioner William HUBBARD- cites the "perfect storm" of imports and a weakened FDA.] [New York University nutritionist professor Marion NESTLE- comments on the limits of FDA inspections.] [FDA commissioner Andrew VON ESCHENBACH- says the FDA must change.] The impossibility of checking all food imports discussed.
(Capitol Hill: Jake Tapper) An all-night debate in the Senate over the future for the war in Iraq previewed; scenes shown of cots and pillows being readied and of Senator Alfonse D'Amato's filibuster on October 6, 1992 in which he sang! [Senators Mitch McCONNELL, Harry REID, Richard DURBIN, Joseph LIEBERMAN - offer views on the debate over the war.]
(Studio: David Muir) A report from Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Peter Pace about war on the ground in Iraq reported; his statement quoted.
(New York: John McKenzie) Changes in lifestyle that can make a difference in preventing cancer examined; details given about basic guidelines on hormones, alcohol, weight, dietary advice, including olive oil and low fat diets. [WOMAN, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Dr. Anne McTIERNAN, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Inst. Dr. Victor VOGEL- talk about changes.]
(Suwannee River: Jeffrey Kofman) The flying fish on the Suwannee River in north Florida featured; scenes shown of the 150-pound gulf sturgeon jumping near boats on this remote river. [Victim's MOTHER - describes her daughter's injuries from the fish.] [Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission Karen PARKER- says we have no idea why the fish jump.] [University of Florida biologist professor Frank CHAPMAN- talks about the sturgeon.]