This program is about 1 hour long
(Rome: Greg Burke) The Pope’s controversial comments reviewed; details given on the Vatican’s apologetic statement and the Pope’s upcoming visit to Turkey.
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The angry protests in the West Bank and India over the Pope’s remarks noted; scenes shown of the burning churches and demonstrations.
(Washington: Catherine Herridge) The arrest of 4 Al Qaeda suspects in Yemen thought to be involved in the recently foiled terrorist attacks examined; details given on the investigation of the planned attacks against American interests and the bombing of USS Cole in October 2000; scenes from an oil facility and animated Google map shown.
(Studio: Reena Ninan) The national E.Coli outbreak linked to pre-packaged spinach examined; details given on the FDA’s warning and the search for the source of contamination; scenes from grocery stores and map shown; AC Nielsen statistics cited. [Wisconsin Governor Jim DOYLE- says throw away your bagged spinach.]
(Bahamas: Jamie Colby) The pending arrival of forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht in the Bahamas to perform a second autopsy on Daniel Smith, who died mysteriously in his mother Anna Nicole Smith’s hospital room, previewed.
(Fox Weather Center: Rick Reichmuth) The storm’s landfall on the Mexican coast and the threat of tornados across the Great Plains noted; national forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(No location given: Jeff Goldblatt) The growing popularity of motorcycles among women featured; details given on the market’s response to the demand; scenes shown of the female bikers and company ads; motorcycle owners statistics cited. [Motorcycle owner Jen JANKE, Harley Davidson’s Rebecca BORTNER- comment.]
(Jerusalem: Mike Tobin) The angry reaction in the Muslim world to Pope Benedict XVI’s comments about Islam featured; details given on the responses in Egypt, the West Bank, Gaza, Pakistan, India, Turkey, Yemen; scenes shown of burning churches in the West Bank, bullet-holes in a church in Gaza, and the protests in Pakistan and India.
(Havana: Steve Harrigan) The summit of nonaligned nations in Cuba reviewed; details given on India and Pakistan’s agreement to resume peace-talks, Cuban President Fidel Castro’s absence from the meetings, and the growing alliance between Iran and Venezuela; scenes shown of the attendees.
(Washington: Julie Kirtz) The US and Afghan troops’ new offensive against the Taliban in Afghanistan featured; details given on the aims of Operation Mountain Fury; Afghan operations map shown. [US military spokesman Lt. Col. Paul FITZPATRICK- comments.]
(Los Angeles: William La Jeunesse) The debate over whether a guest worker program could solve the illegal immigration problem examined; details given on Canada’s guest worker program and the dispute over automatic citizenship; scenes shown of Mexican workers in Canada. [Canadian farmer Jerry ALAMWALA, an EXPERT- comment on the benefits of the program.]