This program is about 1 hour long
(Miami: Susan Candiotti) The new developments in the Holloway case reviewed; details given about what suspect van der Sloot said in 2005. [Voice of father Dave HOLLOWAY- says they have been investigated for 2 1/2 years.] [Defense attorney Mark EIGLARSH- offers the defense perspective.] [On ABC, VAN der SLOOT - comments on leaving Natalee on the beach.]
(Studio: John King) Earlier interview held with van der Sloot's attorney Joe Tacopina about the case. [TACOPINA- updates where van der Sloot has been and is and the new evidence issue.]
(Studio: John King) Live interview from Aruba held with Dave Holloway's attorney Vinda de Sousa about the case; various photos of Natalee and the suspects shown. [De SOUSA- outlines the family's reaction to new evidence that has led to these re-arrests; explains the handling of the case under Aruban law.]
(Studio: John King) The raw data on Natalee reviewed.
(Studio: John King) Live interview held with former presidential adviser David Gergen about the McClellan book. [GERGEN - outlines what McClellan is suggesting about President Bush being an "enabler"; explains what it is like in the White House in dealing with a crisis like the Plame Wilson case and the role of the press secretary inside the White House; asserts McClellan is raising a non-legal issue and needs to make a clearer statement before the book comes out.] Other material: The call from presidential candidate Senator Christopher Dodd for new attorney general Michael Mukasey to act quoted.
(Anderson Cooper) A promotion for CNN's Glenn Beck's new book "An Inconvenient Hour" presented. [BECK - speaks about government and illegal immigration, the "big lie" about politics and real discontent in this country.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The outrage about a rape case in Saudi Arabia; the recall of toy jewelry made in China using lead paint and a new study on the brain power of babies reported. Video from Venezuela of the confrontation between a lawmaker and a journalist shown and discussed.
(Studio: Chad Myers) Traffic and weather for this long holiday weekend reviewed; maps shown of planes in the skies and of the regional weather.
(Atlanta: David Mattingly) The problem of labelling drugs like Heparin that was used for the Quaid twins at Cedars-Sinai Hospital examined; details given about other medication errors. [National Inst. for Patient Rights Mark MEANEY- says the issue stays on the back burner.] [Neonatologist Dr. Faud FAKHREDDINE- outlines the medical complications from the wrong dose.]
(New York, Burnsville, Minnesota and Raritan, New Jersey: David Mattingly) The problems with the use of the pain medication Fentanyl examined; details given about deaths linked to Fentanyl overdoses. [Village Nursing Home Dr. Robert ZOROWITZ- explains the specific problems with the Fentanyl patch.] [Inst. for Safe Medical Practices Michael COHEN- says Fentanyl is often misprescribed; blames the company.] [Sister of Fentanyl victim Deana KINAMON- recalls what happened to her brother, Bud, who died from "Fentanyl intoxication" after minor surgery.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The decision by New Hampshire to hold its primary on January 8; a new Middle East peace conference; the findings of a Quinnipac College poll on which presidential candidate you would like to have dinner with and the absence of campaigning on Thanksgiving Day reported. [New Hampshire Secretary of state Bill GARDNER- cites state tradition.]
(Studio: John King) The second CNN/YouTube debate previewed; a taped viewer question shown.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The threat of storms to the Philippines; the case of the murder in Italy of American Amanda Knox's roommate; Stock Market Report and a judge's ruling that the Broadway show "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" be reopened reported.