This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The mystery over the source of the salmonella outbreak in fresh produce examined; details given about the early blaming of tomatoes. [California tomato farmer Tom DEARDORFF, Western Growers CEO Tom NASSIF- express frustration.] [Vanderbilt University Dr. Ban Mishu ALLOS- says it may be another food served with tomatoes.] [United Fresh Produce Assn. Amy PHILPOTT- says it is a public health issue.]
(New York: David Muir) The growing number of four-day work weeks and other employer assistance in hard economic times examined. [Challenger, Gray and Christmas John CHALLENGER, Aiken worker Kim NOAH, Birmingham Mayor Larry LANGFORD- back the move as money saving.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The announcement by Starbucks of the closing of 600 stores in the US noted.
(New York: John Berman) Senator Barack Obama's speech appealing to evangelical and other religious voters featured. [OBAMA - speaks about his faith; states we need an all-hands-on-deck approach.] ABC News/"Washington Post" poll figures on the limited support for Obama from evangelical voters cited. [Former Bush administration official David KUO- says the evangelical movement is changing.] ["The Faith of Barack Obama" author Stephen MANSFIELD- cites the limits on how many evangelicals he can win.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Senator John McCain's trip to Colombia and Mexico to talk about free trade after his stops in Indiana and Pennsylvania noted.
(Tulsa, Oklahoma: Erin Hayes) The problem of rising costs for retirees living on limited income examined; scenes shown from a senior center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. [Several seniors Jerri CASEY, Patricia BURTON, Glenda HOWELL, Betty LISH, MAN - worry about finances.] [Center of Retirement Research director Alicia MUNNELL, Tulsa Area Agency on Aging Sandi SULLIVAN- comment on the current situation.]
(New York: Ned Potter) The issue of saving the penguins and how it relates to the health of the world examined; details given of the threats to penguins in different locals: Antarctica, off South America and the Pacific. [University of Washington biologist Dee BOERSMA, World Wildlife Fund Sybille KLENZENDORF- cite the fundamental changes going on in the world.]
(Lakewood, Washington: Neal Karlinsky) Golf as therapy for wounded military veterans featured; scenes shown from the golf course near in Lakewood, Washington, near Seattle. [Golfer retired Capt. Tim BOMKE, golfer Pepper ROBERTS, S/Sgt. Darren SMITH - talk about golf.]