This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Tom Costello) The bizarre day of testimony on steroid use in baseball from player Roger Clemens and former trainer Brian McNamee reviewed; scenes shown from the Congressional hearing; details given of the admissions from players Chuck Knoblauch†† and Andy Pettitte††. [Representative Henry WAXMAN†- says someone isn’t telling the truth.] [CLEMENS - says he has never taken steroids or HGH; comments on his wife being injected with HGH by McNamee.] [McNAMEE - says he injected Clemens.] [Representative Elijah CUMMINGS†- tells Clemens it’s hard to believe him.] [Representatives John McHUGH†, Dan BURTON†- castigate McNamee.] [Clemens’ attorney Rusty HARDIN†- defends Clemens.]
(Studio: Brian Williams, Bob Costas) The mounting evidence against Clemens and the impact on baseball discussed.
(Washington: David Gregory) The presidential campaign after the Potomac/Chesapeake primaries featured; scenes shown of Obama touring a factory in Wisconsin; details given about Senator Hillary Clinton’s strategy; delegate count cited. [OBAMA – campaigns against McCain.] [CLINTON – says we go on.] [NBC News political director Chuck TODD†- notes the Obama campaign’s claim that Clinton can’t catch up.] [McCAIN – says he is fired up and ready to go; says he’d like for Mike Huckabee to withdraw.]
(Baghdad, Iraq: Richard Engel) The death of terrorist Imad Mugniyah in a car bombing in Syria featured; details given about his roles in the 1983 bombings in Beirut, Lebanon, and the 1985 hijacking of TWA Flight 847; photos shown. [Terrorism analyst Roger CRESSEY- says Mugniyah was the master terrorist.] [Israeli Knesset member Dani YATOM- says he commanded a secret arm of Hizballah.]
(Arivaca, Arizona: John Larson) The horse patrols that monitor the US-Mexico border featured; scenes shown from the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. [Border patrol agents Benjamin BRAKER, David DERRICK- comment on their job.] [Agent Galen HUFFMAN- comments on finding hidden bales of marijuana.]
(Goma, Congo: Ann Curry) The epidemic of rape amid the chaos of war in Congo featured; scenes shown from the HEAL Africa hospital in Goma; details given about the ordeal of rape victim Foura. [Surgeon Dr. Joe LUSI- comments on Foura’s condition.] [HEAL Africa executive director Judith ANDERSON- says there are no rules left.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) More on the NBC Website and tomorrow’s segment previewed.