This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Myers) Evidence suggesting US soldiers are fighting in Iraq without the best available body armor examined; details given about the Army’s selection of Interceptor over Dragon Skin, which it banned, and evidence that security for Lt. Gen. Peter Chiarelli wore Dragon Skin; statement from Chiarelli’s spokesman quoted. [Army Brig. Gen. Mark BROWN- says the body armor we issue is the best in the world.] [Dragon Skin SPOKESMAN – describes the product.] [Interceptor designer Jim MAGEE- says Dragon Skin is the best out there.] [In shadow, SOLDIER – comments on Dragon Skin.] [NBC analyst retired Gen. Wayne DOWNING- comments on ballistics tests.]
(Los Angeles: George Lewis) Reaction to the deal featured; scenes shown of a march in New Haven, Connecticut. [President BUSH – supports the agreement.] [Representative Ted POE, Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Eric GUTIERREZ, Dallas contractor Mike McLAUGHLIN, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law Peter SCHEY- react to the proposed legislation.]
(Los Angeles: Peter Alexander) The changing population featured; details given about the increasing numbers of Hispanics and Asians; statistics cited; map shown of states where the white population has dropped. [In Denver, Bert Auto Network L.G. CHAVEZ- hopes to attract Hispanics to his business.] [National Assn. of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Marcelo GAETE- says these people will be paying for Social Security as aging white people retire.] [Brookings Institution William FREY- outlines the concerns of younger minorities.]
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Wolfowitz’s resignation and possible successors reviewed.
(Washington: Robert Bazell) A study finding that the anti-oxidant lycopene, which is found in tomatoes, is not as beneficial in preventing prostate cancer as believed reviewed. [Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Dr. Ulrike PETERS- cites study results.]
(Washington: Tom Costello) The continuing demand for gas despite record high prices featured; statistics and prices cited. [Traveler Beth COOPER – comments.] [Shell Oil president John HOFMEISTER- explains why new refineries have not been built.] [Energy analyst Phil FLYNN- notes a disruption could drive prices higher.]
(Washington: Pete Williams) A new study casting doubt on the science used to conclude that one assassin fired the 2 bullets that hit President John F. Kennedy reviewed; scenes shown of the bullets. [Texas A&M University Cliff SPEIGELMAN- suggests re-analyzing the bullet fragments.] [6th Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza Gary MACK- says there is no hard evidence of any other shooter.]