This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Jim Avila) The perjury charges against Bonds examined; details given about the government evidence from the 2003 BALCO raid and other places and from his former mistress and about the timing of the indictment. [Former US attorney Kevin RYAN- says these are tough cases to prove.] [Greg Anderson's attorney Mark GERAGOS- says his client has no plans to talk.] ["Game of Shadows" co-author Mark FAIARU-WADA- comments on the case.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(New York: John Berman) The coming report on the wide-ranging place of drugs in baseball examined; scenes shown of Bonds as a beanpole and a behemoth. [ESPN baseball analyst Tim KURKJIAN- says this ends Bonds' career and the Mitchell report will be damaging to baseball.] [Steroids in sports investigation chairman George MITCHELL- comments on his investigation.] [Former player Bob FELLER, former commissioner Fay VINCENT- talk about the game of baseball.] The names of three players linked to the steroid scandal noted.
(Bangladesh: Nick Schifrin) The impact of the storm on Bangladesh featured; scenes shown of the storm surge and the damages in Srinigar Thana and elsewhere.
(Washington: Jake Tapper) "Dirty tactics" in the presidential election campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire examined; details given about the anonymous push polling telephone calls that criticizes certain candidates. [Edwards support Laura BELIN- recounts a phone call critical of John Edwards.] [Voice of call recipient Sabrina MATTESON- comments on a call critical of Mitt Romney.] [ROMNEY, Senators John McCAIN, Barack OBAMA - respond.] [ABC News Cokie ROBERTS- explains the rules of push polling.]
(New York: Bill Blakemore) The largest forest disaster in US history featured; scenes shown of dead and dying trees in Katrina's wake; statistics on the extent of the damages cited; details given about the carbon dioxide generated into the atmosphere. [University of New Hampshire professor George HURTT- cites the area damaged.] [Conservation International Glenn PRICKETT- comments on this source of greenhouse gases.]
(Seattle: Neal Karlinsky) The holiday crunch at the Starbucks Coffee stores because of a drop in overall consumer spending featured; statistics of gasoline, food and housing prices cited. [SHOPPER, investment counselor Patricia EDWARDS - comment on coffee spending.] [ShopperTrak co-founder Bill MARTIN†- comments on mall traffic and retail sales.]