This program is 28 minutes long
(Reagan National Airport, Washington: Lisa Stark) The investigation of four airlines for failing to follow safety directives and into questions about the FAA examined; details given of the grounding of United's Boeing 777 and of following incidents with three other airlines. [Former FAA inspector Bill McNEASE- says he was told to drop an investigation.] [Professional Aviation Safety Specialists Tom BRANTLEY- outlines another incident.] [FAA acting administrator Robert STURGELL- defends the safety system.]
(Studio: Betsy Stark) A bipartisan Senate deal to deal with the housing mortgage crisis examined; details given from the foreclosure prevention plan. [Senator Chris DODD - says we came to common ground to dissolve the housing crisis.] [Consumer Federation of America housing policy Allen FISHBEIN- comments on the homeowners' distress; states more will need to be done.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The fight for superdelegates between Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton with passionate arguments being made by Hillary and former President Bill Clinton that Obama cannot win and the Clinton approach to new 3AM ads aimed at Senator John McCain and the response from the McCain camp discussed; Clinton ad shown.
(Washington: Jake Tapper) The increased funding of earmarks despite Democratic promises examined; examples given of projects on which the taxpayer money is being spent. [Citizens Against Public Waste president Tom SCHATZ- says Democrats promised to cut earmarks.] The earmarks secured by presidential candidates Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama noted.
(New York: David Muir) What to do about a plan by Waycross, Georgia, third graders who plotted to hurt their teacher examined; scenes shown of the devices to be used to subdue and injure her; details given of the need to counsel the kids and their parents. [Waycross police Chief Tony TANNER- says it could have been dangerous.] [McLean Hospital clinical psychiatry Dr. William POLLACK- blames video games.] [Child psychologist Jeffrey KASSINOVE- comments on children seeking attention.]
(New York: Ned Potter) The question of how much water to drink examined; details given of the absence of real research on drinking water and health. [On the street, four PEOPLE - says it's 8 glasses of water.] [University of Pennsylvania Dr. Stanley GOLDFARB- comments on water intake; suggests drinking when you are thirty.]
(New York: Ryan Owens) Yoga classes for dogs featured; scenes shown of this "doga" experience at a New York City animal shelter. [Doga instructor Kari HARENDORF- comments on doing yoga with her own dog.]