This program is 28 minutes long
(Miami: Jeffrey Kofman) The power outage in south Florida reviewed; map shown of areas hit; scenes shown from the streets of Miami. [OFFICIAL, Florida Power and Electric area manager Aletha PLAYER, Edison Electric Inst. spokesman Jim OWEN, two PEOPLE - comment on what happened to the power system that shut itself down.]
(Studio: David Muir) The impact of fast-rising inflation and the possibility of stagflation on the economy examined; oil prices cited. [SHOPPER, Deutsche Bank economist Joseph LaVORGNA, The Home Depot shopper contractor Raul GONZALEZ - comment on higher prices.] [Stanford Research Group research director Anne MATHIAS- comments on what the Federal Reserve can do.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) This critical time for Senator Hillary Clinton the day of their 20th debate and the strategies for both Democrats tonight discussed.
(Cincinnati: Ron Claiborne) The apology from Senator John McCain for derisive remarks made about Senator Barack Obama by local conservative radio host Bill Cunningham examined. [In warmup speech in Cincinnati, CUNNINGHAM - speaks against "Barack Hussein Obama."] [McCAIN - apologizes.] [Radio host Rush LIMBAUGH - criticizes McCain.] [ABC News political contributor Matthew DOWD- offers perspective.]
(Pyongyang, North Korea: Bob Woodruff) The concert by the New York Philharmonic in North Korea featured; scenes shown from the orchestral performance in Pyongyang and a Korean family watching on television. [Conductor Lorin MAAZEL - speaks.] The question of the impact of the music on US-North Korean diplomacy noted,
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Korea's invitation to Eric Clapton to play in Pyongyang noted.
(Svalbard, Norway: Jim Sciutto) The opening in Svalbard, Norway, of the "doomsday vault" that contains tons and tons of seeds featured; scenes shown of the vault that is insurance against catastrophe. [Global Diversity Trust executive director Cary FOWLER- says this is a library of agriculture where seeds are frozen.] Nobel Peace Prize laureate Wangari MAATHAI- comments on this commitment.]
(Grand Rapids, Michigan: Pierre Thomas) How Grand Rapids is dealing with its high rate of illiteracy featured; details given about how the city raised awareness. [Illiterate Roger VREDENBURG, Literacy Center of West Michigan executive director Susan LEDY, tutor Michelle DOWNER, learned to read, Christine VILLANUEVA, Lacks Enterprises Jim GREEN, learning to read, Lacks worker Marvin RIVERON- comment on the reading problem and solution.]
(Southside Starbucks in New York: Dan Harris) The closing of all Starbucks stores to retrain its baristas featured; scenes shown from outside a Starbucks store in New York City. [Two CUSTOMERS - react.] [Starbucks coffee education manager Ann-Marie KURTZ- talks about the art of espresso.]