This program is about 1 hour long
(White House: Bret Baier) The debate over Plan B contraception examined; details given on Andrew Von Eschenbach’s nomination for FDA commissioner. [Senator Hillary CLINTON- praises the FDA for avoiding politics.] [Monday, President BUSH – says he believes Plan B ought to require a prescription for minors.] [Family Research Council’s Tony PERKINS- accuses Bush of placating the Democratic opposition.]
(New York: Rebecca Gomez) Figures on new and used home sales and on durable goods orders cited. Stock Market Report. Apple Computer’s recall of Sony laptop batteries noted.
(Jerusalem: David Lee Miller) Calls for an investigation of the Israeli shortcomings in the war with Hizballah in Lebanon, the Israeli raid in Gaza, and kidnapped cameraman Olaf Wiig’s wife Anita McNaught’s meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas reviewed; Israeli military chief of staff Dan Halutz quoted on screen. [At news conference, McNAUGHT- says the Fox journalists should not be punished for the injustices done to Palestinians.]
(Boulder: Carol McKinley) The events leading to Karr’s arrest in Thailand, new statements from Karr’s acquaintances, and the Karr family spokesman’s decision to quit reviewed; inset pictures of Karr shown.
(Fox Weather Center: Janice Dean) The courses of Tropical Storm Debby and Tropical Depression 5 tracked; national forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Washington: Molly Henneberg) The families’ reactions to the videotape of Fox journalists Steve Centanni and Olaf Wiig, who were kidnapped in Gaza by the Holy Jihad Brigade, featured; details given on the international condemnation of the kidnapping; Senators Richard Lugar and Joe Biden’s letter to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas quoted on screen; video of hostages shown. [Olaf’s wife Anita McNAUGHT, Steve’s brother Ken CENTANNI- address the hostages and captors.]
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) The recent security crackdown in Baghdad despite the latest violence in the region reviewed; details given on the meeting between US CENTCOM commander Gen. John Abizaid, Gen. George Casey, and Iraqi President Jalal Talabani. [ABIZAID- denies saying that Iraq is heading toward civil war.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The heat-wave in Baghdad noted; ice prices cited.
(Washington: Major Garrett) The political debate over illegal immigration examined; details given on the issues of crime and education; conservative commentator Pat Buchanan’s book “State of Emergency” and political historian Michael Barone’s “The New Americans” quoted on screen. [BUCHANAN, BARONE- comment.]