This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The contentious issue of cloned food products examined; details given about the government position and opposition to it. [FDA deputy commissioner for policy Randall LUTTER- says the meat and milk are safe.] [Dairy farmer Frank REGAN- talks about cloning the Deborahs.] [Center for Food Safety Joseph MENDELSON- questions the data.] [At at steak house, two DINERS - react to cloned animals.]
(Riyadh: Terry Moran) Bush's request for more oil from the OPEC countries during his three-day stop in Saudi Arabia featured; scenes shown from Riyadh. [In exclusive interview, BUSH - talks about the oil business he was in; outlines what he will tell the king about oil prices and the oil market.] [January 26, 2000, BUSH - says OPEC must lower the price.] [Saudi Arabia oil minister Ali al-NAIMI- says we will raise production according to the market.]
(New York: John McKenzie) The emergency room wait time for critical patients such as those with heart attacks examined; statistics cited. [Vanderbilt Medical Center Dr. Corey SLOVIS- says this is shocking; explains why more people are coming to emergency rooms.]
(New York: Betsy Stark) The background to the 18 billion dollar loss for Citibank/Citigroup examined; details given about loans to high-risk borrowers. [Portales Partners banking analyst Charles PEABODY- says the warning signs were there, but they did not care.] ["Wall Street: A History" author Charles GEISST- says the ethics are to make money now.]
(Los Angeles: Miguel Marquez) The 911 audiotapes of the tiger attack at the San Francisco Zoo on Christmas Day featured; exchange between zoo employees, 911 dispatcher and victim Kulbir Dhaliwal played; scenes shown from the zoo.
(Paris: Jim Sciutto) The reaction in France to President Nicolas Sarkozy's affair with former model/folksinger Carla Bruni featured; scenes shown of the couple in public; details given about the resulting diplomatic dilemmas of the president travelling with his girlfriend.