This program is 28 minutes long
(Pasadena, California: Lisa Fletcher) The failure of the IndyMac bank, which had a questionable history of sub-prime loans, featured; scenes shown from Pasadena, California, of people in line to get their money; details given about the extent of uninsured money. [Depositors Florida LYNETT, Bobbie ENG, WOMAN, Bronzell CARTER- worry about the rules and their money.] [IndyMac Federal Bank CEO/FDIC COO John BOVENZI- says the money is safe.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(New York: Ryan Owens) The rumors of other regional banks at risk examined; statistics on banks in trouble and available FDIC money cited. [Keefe Bruyette and Woods equity strategist Frederick CANNON- comments on the small institutions.]
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The rescue mission for the giant corporations, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, that hold most mortgages examined; Stock Market Report, including the bank stocks up and down prices; details given about the government plan for the two mortgage giants. [Raven Securities president David HENDERSON, PNC economist Stuart HOFFMAN, Senator Chris DODD- talk about the deal and the economy.]
(Washington: Jake Tapper) The question of whether the magazine cover goes too far examined; cover shown. [Senator John McCAIN, Representative Rahm EMANUEL - react.] Statement from Obama spokesman Bill Burton quoted. ["New Yorker" editor David REMNICK- explains the aim of satire about the rumors and misconceptions surrounding Obama.] ["Washington Post" Howard KURTZ- says people believe Obama is a Muslim.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Findings of a new ABC News/"Washington Post" poll on the public's view of McCain and Obama as commander-in-chief and their plans for withdrawing from the Iraq war cited.
(London: Jim Sciutto) The bloody battle between Taliban fighters and a small outpost of US and Afghani coalition forces featured; animation of the combat and air support shown; details given of the aim of the outposts. [NATO spokesman Mark LAITY- says it was severe fighting.] [Regional Command East commander Maj. Gen. Jeffrey SCHLOESSER- outlines the mission.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The call for more US troops in Afghanistan noted; statistics on troop deployments in Iraq vs. Afghanistan cited.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; White House: Martha Raddatz) The issue of withdrawing US troops from Iraq faster to divert other troops to Afghanistan and the military view that more "surge" troops would help in Afghanistan discussed.
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The recent close calls at the JFK Airport in New York City examined; diagram shown of last Friday's encounter between a Delta and a Comair jet and a July 5 audiotape of the control tower directing two planes. [Aviation consultant John NANCE- offers perspective.] The issue of dealing with the shortage of air traffic contriollers nationwide noted. [FAA acting administrator Bobby STURGELL- comments on recruiting.] [National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. Dean IACOPELLI- says we are losing experience.]
(China: Stephanie Sy) Dinner in the summer in China outside Beijing featured; scenes shown from the fields and inside the house.
(Pakistan: Gretchen Peters) Dinner in Pakistan featured; scenes shown from a roadside market and inside a village house.
(Jerusalem: Simon McGregor-Wood) Dinner in Jerusalem, Israel, featured; scenes shown from the market and a Jewish home.
(Nairobi, Kenya: Dana Hughes) Dinner time in Nairobi, Kenya, featured; scenes shown of the children being served first in a tribal home.
(Seoul: Joohee Cho) Dinner time in Seoul, South Korea, featured; scenes shown of Koreans eating out.
(France: Lama Hasan) Dinner time in Aix-on-Provence in the south of France featured; scenes shown from a local market and a dinner table.