This program is about 1 hour long
(Pomona: Ted Rowlands) The impact of the earthquake featured; scenes shown from Pomona of downed bricks, a sloshing swimming pool in Laguna, water flow at an airport terminal.
(Studio: Campbell Brown) The raw data on the chances for a major earthquake in southern California within the next 30 years cited.
(Washington: Joe Johns) A Justice Department indictment against Alaska's Republican Senator Ted Stevens on charges related to gifts and services from the Veco oil services company examined; scenes shown of his renovated house. [Justice Department Matthew FRIEDRICH- comments on the case: the gifts Stevens got.] [Senator Harry REID - reacts to the charges against Stevens.] A statement from Stevens quoted. [Taxpayers for Common Sense Steve ELLIS- speaks about Stevens not disclosing.]
(Washington: Joe Johns) The conviction of Veco's Bill Allen in dealing with Alaska politicians and his company's relations with Stevens examined; undercover video shown of a sting in a hotel room; scenes shown of the Stevens home in Anchorage. [Justice Department Matthew FRIEDRICH- comments on Veco's work on the Stevens house.] [On Alaska public radio, STEVENS - denies.] [Taxpayers for Common Sense Steve ELLIS- speaks about public demand for accountability.]
(Washington: Dana Bash) The political attack campaigns in the race between rivals McCain and Senator Barack Obama examined; scenes shown of Obama with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. [Representative Adam PUTNAM- comments on the Obama-Pelosi-Reid trifecta.] [OBAMA - says a vote for McCain will continue President Bush's policy.] ["The Hotline" editor Amy WALTER- assesses the Republican strategy.]
(Minneapolis: Randi Kaye) The arrest of a suspect, Edgar Patino, in the murder of pregnant Spec. Megan Touma in North Carolina featured; details given about their relationship; scenes shown of the motel site of the murder. [Touma's ex-husband El Sayed TOUMA- wonders why no one checked on Megan.] Other murders of female soldiers Holly Wimunc and Maria Lauterbach discussed.
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) The destruction from the wildfire in California; the story of the baby who survived a tornado and the outcome of the arrest of actor Shia Labeouf reported.
(Studio: Campbell Brown) The AIDS epidemic among African Americans introduced; Black AIDS Inst. statistics cited.
(Studio: Campbell Brown, Sanjay Gupta) The national and world numbers on AIDS/HIV and black population examined and discussed; HIV in America and Africa statistics cited.
(Capetown: Anderson Cooper) A "Planet in Peril" report on the great white sharks off South Africa presented; scenes shown from the waters off Capetown of seals and sharks where the sharks' movements are tracked. [Marine biologist Allison KOCH- talks about the sharks.]
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) The possible abduction of his daughter, Reigh, by Clark Rockefeller; Stock Market Report and the theft of a 40-foot-long Miami street light for recycling reported; scenes shown.