This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) More information on former FBI and CIA agent Nada Prouty, who fraudulently obtained US citizenship and security clearance, featured; details given on her work with both agencies, relatives with terror connections, and her guilty pleas for conspiracy, illegal computer searches, and naturalization fraud; photos shown. [NBC terrorism analyst Roger CRESSEY- says the system to keep this from happening failed.]
(Washington: Diana Olick) The spreading mortgage foreclosure crisis featured; foreclosure numbers this quarter noted; map shown; scenes shown from hard-hit areas. [WOMAN – reacts to losing her home.] [RealtyTrac Rick SHARGA- says people bought houses they couldn’t afford and took out risky loans.] [MAN – says he’s battling with whether to let the bank foreclose on a house he can’t sell.]
(Washington: Tom Costello) Delta and United Airlines stating that the Associated Press report about their merger was incorrect reported. TSA screeners missing explosive components and liquid explosives in tests by the Government Accountability Office noted.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) The actual cost of FEMA trailers for Hurricane Katrina victims versus what was paid for them examined; some 30 million dollars in improper or fraudulent payments by FEMA for trailer maintenance noted; scenes shown from trailer sites. [Trailer recipients WOMAN, David STEWART- comment.]
(Baghdad: Tom Aspell) A sharp drop in rocket and mortar attacks in Iraq reported; attack numbers and fewer civilian deaths noted; details given on the reasons behind the improvement and persisting infrastructure problems; scenes shown from across Baghdad of places that would have been unsafe a few months ago. [US military spokesman Rear Adm. Gregory SMITH- comments.]
(Washington: Robert Bazell) Scientists successfully cloning monkeys, and the FDA putting a warning label on the diabetes drug Avandia due to possible risk of heart problems noted.
(Studio: Ann Curry) A look at the grim conditions in Serbia’s mental institutions presented; scenes and photos shown of severely neglected mentally disabled patients of all ages. [Mental Disability Rights International Laurie AHERN- says these institutions are a death sentence and the patients are prisoners.] [Serbian Minister of Labor and Social Policy Rasim LJAJIC- says that the conditions are unacceptable and that the institutions will closed down but it will take years.]