This program is 29 minutes long
(Annapolis: Jonathan Karl) Bush's push for Mideast peace between the Israelis and Palestinians featured; details given about the proposed agreement, the reactions from representatives from Saudi Arabia and Syria and areas of continuing disagreements. [BUSH - says now is the right time for peace negotiations; pledges to devote his efforts to ambitious goals of peace.] [Former Mideast negotiator Aaron MILLER- talks about priorities for the administration.] The possibility Bush may visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next year noted.
(Jerusalem: Simon McGregor-Woods) The tough road ahead in the Palestinian territories featured; scenes shown of demonstrations against the peace summit and of children playing a new peace computer game; details given of predictions the peace talks will fail. [Two PEOPLE, two TEENS - offer views.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The murder of pro football player Sean Taylor by an intruder in his home in Florida featured; scenes shown of Taylor on the football field and from his home; details given about his troubled past. [Washington Redskins player Jason CAMPBELL, coach Joe GIBBS- comment on Taylor's death.] [Miami-Dade County police Alvaro ZABALETA- comments on the investigation.] [In 2005, TAYLOR - comments on harm's way.] ["Washington Post" sports columnist Michael WILBON- talks about the vulnerability of football players.]
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The escalating mortgage mess with more home foreclosures and its impact on Wall Street updated; scenes shown from Greeley, Colorado. [Colorado RESIDENT - shows closed homes.] [Detroit Mayor Kwame KILPATRICK- cites the loss of property value.] The drop in Citi Group bank stock noted. [Harvard University professor Kenneth ROGOFF- says Abu Dhabi is giving Citi some financial help.]
(Mountainview, California: Neal Karlinsky) Google's entry into the power business featured; details given of their investment in solar thermal that uses mirror to generate steam power, using kites to produce wind power and geothermal power; diagrams shown. [Google philanthropies executive director Dr. Larry BRILLIANT- says we want to stop climate change.] [Google green energy czar William WEIHL, Columbia University professor Klaus LACKNER- comment on working in the energy sector.]
(Laxahatchee, Palm Beach County, Florida: Jeffrey Kofman) The arms race between police and criminals featured; scenes shown of the new weapons for the West Palm Beach, Florida, police; details given about crimes committed by criminals using assault weapons. [Sheriff's office Cpl. Paul RUBINO- talks about fire power.] President Bill Clinton's 1994 law banning the sale of assault weapons that was allowed to expire noted; Miami statistics cited. [Miami police Chief John TIMONEY- calls for reasonable legislation to reduce the availability of the weapons.]
(Appleton, Wisconsin: John Berman) How "virtual shopping" works examined; scenes shown of the giant virtual lab built in Appleton, Wisconsin, by the Kimberly-Clark company to research consumer responses to products. [Kimberly-Clark Mark RHODES, WOMAN - comment on the consumer's intent to purchase.]