This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Jim Avila) The federal indictment of baseball player Barry Bonds on charges he lied about using steroids and performance-enhancing drugs examined; scenes shown of his record-breaking 756th home run; indictment excerpts quoted; details given about a possible sentence for Bonds and about when he tested positive.
(Reagan National Airport: Lisa Stark) The president's plans for opening military air space for commercial use during Thanksgiving and of other plans to deal with flight problems examined. [BUSH - talks about flight delays.] [Transportation Secretary Mary PETERS- explains how this will help air travel demand.] [JetBlue CEO David BARGER- comments.]
(O'Hare Airport: Chris Bury) The near-miss for two planes near Chicago's O'Hare International Airport reviewed; animated virtual view shown; details given from a pilot-controller exchange. [Former air traffic controller Bob RICHARDS- says this was one of the closest ones; comments on lack of experienced air traffic controllers.] [Aviation consultant John NANCE- talks about the system.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, Tim Johnson) This death-causing cold virus and what you should do discussed.
(Philadelphia: Laura Marquez) The efforts by pro football's Philadelphia Eagles to go green featured; scenes shown from the stadium to illustrate recycling, renewable, biodegradable efforts. [Owner Christina LURIE- talks about the go green bandwagon.] [FANS - react and complain.]