This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Kate Snow) The fall of a sports icon reviewed; details given about her lies to the world, her link to Balco and about what may happen to her Olympic medals. [Balco's Victor CONTE - says Jones injected drugs in front of him him.] [Earlier, JONES - denies using performance-enhancing drugs.] [Now, JONES - asks for forgiveness.] [Competitor Inga MILLER- reacts.] ["USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN- says the sports headlines have been bad for a quarter century.] Statement from IOC vice president Thomas Bach quoted.
(White House: Martha Raddatz) New details about the American role in the Israeli air strike against a supposed nuclear site in Syria examined; details given about the Israeli planning, the evidence the Israelis presented to the US about a nuclear facility with technology supplied by North Korea, the timetable for a strike, US concerns about a strike against Syria and the Israeli strike in September. [September 20, President BUSH - refuses to comment.]
(Baghdad: Miguel Marquez) A visit to a school in Baghdad in which each student has lost at least one parent featured; scenes shown from inside the school for orphans in Sadr City; details given about the stories told by the students.
(New York: Dan Harris) The story from the book and film about two boys from Afghanistan and concern about the reaction to the child actors and the graphic portrayal of ethnic tensions in the country featured; film clips shown. [Actor Ahmad Khan MAHMIDZADA- outlines what he was told about the rape scene.] ["The Kite Runner" Rebecca YELDHAM- comments on the welfare of the children.] [Former CIA agent John KIRAKOU- outlines his recommendations.]
(New York: Bill Weir) The music wars featured; details given about the fight that Thomas lost resulting in huge damages for her use of a music-sharing program. [Recording Industry Assn. of America Cary SHERMAN- outlines the industry position on prosecution.] [New York University media studies professor Aram SINNREICH- suggests the "carrot" would be more effective than the stick.]