This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) The resignation of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer due to his link to a prostitution ring, the Emperors Club, featured; details given about his possible violation of money laundering laws and his ongoing dealings with federal prosecutors. [SPITZER - says he is atoning for his private failures and takes responsibility for his conduct.] [Former New York governor George PATAKI- says the governor needs the trust of the people.] [Emperor's Club Escort attorney Kathleen MULLIN- comments on federal evidence.] [State senator Joseph BRUNO- criticizes Spitzer.] The approach of Spitzer's lawyers to the prosecutors discussed.
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) New governor David Paterson, who is legally blind, profiled; photos shown.
(Chicago: David Wright) The campaigns of Obama and Clinton as the frenetic pace slows down before the Pennsylvania primary featured; details given about their plans to appear presidential. [At his Chicago press conference, retired Army National Guard Brig. Gen. David McGINNIS†- backs Obama.] [March 6, CLINTON - promotes experience.] [Democratic strategist Mark MELLMAN†- talks about the superdelegates.] [OBAMA - talks about the campaign.] The different views of the two presidential candidates on the contests in Michigan and Florida noted. [CLINTON, OBAMA - offer differing opinions on the re-vote issue.]
(Dallas: Mike von Fremd) The grounding of planes by Southwest Airlines to check for problems with the fleet's 737s planes featured; details given of the FAA's 10-million dollar penalty for flying jets without inspections. [Southwest Airlines CEO Gary KELLY- calls the decision "painful."] [Former NTSB board member John GOGLIA- says it got away from Southwest.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Tonight's "Nightline" on the Southwest story previewed.
(Oradell, New Jersey: Gigi Stone) Teenage girls and STDs featured; scenes shown from River Dell High School in New Jersey where there is a peer-education program about sex and disease where older students mentor young ones. [Four River Dell STUDENTS - say people are not aware.] [CDC STD prevention director Dr. John DOUGLAS- says we need to do a better job of talking to our kids about sex.] [River Dell principal Lorraine BROOKS- says kids are getting the information from peers.] [Mother Kathy DESAVINO- hopes they make the right choices.]
(Ruckersville, Virginia: Lisa Stark) A new study on the roof strength of SUVs featured; 11 models tested by the Insurance Inst. listed; roof crushing tests shown. [Insurance Inst. for Highway Safety Adrian LUND- says stronger roof cars have fewer injuries and deaths.] [Rollover accident victim Jeffrey COFFIN- backs stronger roofs.]
(New York: Ryan Owens) Comedian Billy Crystal's spring training experience with baseball's New York Yankees featured; scenes shown. [Yankees manager Joe GIRARDI, player Derek JETER- welcome Billy.] [CRYSTAL - comments on turning 60 and being a one-day member of the team as the "designated Hebrew."]