This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Anthony Mason) The drop in the stock market examined; details given about the GM loss report, the fall of the dollar, oil prices and the mortgage crisis. [Energy trader Eric BOLLING- lists the problems in the oil market.] The enormous volatility in the market discussed.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The likely indictment on tax fraud charges of former Giuliani associate former police commissioner Bernard Kerik examined; details given of the allegations about the Kerik apartment renovations; scenes shown of the pair together during the September 11 days. The question of the impact of Kerik's problems on Giuliani's campaign discussed.
(Studio: Armen Keteyian) CBS News exclusive report on the formaldehyde in the trailers examined; FEMA e-mails on the dangers quoted. [Representative Henry WAXMAN - criticizes the FEMA double standards.] [In July, FEMA administrator R. David PAULISON- speaks about the trailers.] The reasons why all the people have not been moved out of these trailers discussed.
(Annapolis: Wyatt Andrews) The problems with drug resistant bacteria in hospitals examined; details given about the availability of testing in hospitals with states requiring MRSA screenings listed. [MRSA patient mother Kerry CARDELLO- suggests hospital screening could have saved her legs.] [Loyola University hospital OFFICIAL - backs testing.] [Consumers Union Lisa McGIFFERT- calls for hospital screening.]
(South L.A.: Bill Whitaker) The proposal by the Los Angeles city council to set a moratorium on fast food restaurants in south L.A. featured; scenes shown from south central Los Angeles, which has a high obesity rate, lots of fast food places and few grocery stores. [Los Angeles department of public health Dr. Maxine LIGGINS†- says fast food makes healthy living difficult.] [Resident Vera RODRIGUEZ†- shows the many fast food stores in the neighborhood.] [Local leader Jan PERRY†- says people want some food diversity.] [Ayn Rand Inst. Onkar GHATE†- opposes parenting by the government.] [Watts Farmers Market Nancy ROBLES†- comments.]
(Capitol Hill: Chip Reid) The Democratic-controlled 110th Congress one year later examined; details given about the accomplishments. [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - defends the legislative record.] [Representative John BOEHNER - gives the Congress an "F."] [Brookings Inst. political analyst Thomas MANN - offers an assessment of the two parties.]
(Hollywood: Sandra Hughes) The ripple impact of the third day of the strike by TV and movie writers featured; scenes shown of the picketers in Hollywood. ["Desperate Housewives" creator/writer Marc CHERRY, "ER" actor John STAMOS- comment on the strike.]