This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Jim Angle) The reactions to Ahmadinejad’s claims reviewed. [State Department spokesman Sean McCORMACK- comments on Iran’s capabilities.] [Arms Control Association’s Daryl KIMBALL- suggests Iran’s behavior will lead to U.N. sanctions.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s warning that Iran is preparing another holocaust noted.
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) The investigation into who was responsible and the search for the remaining victims reviewed; scenes shown from inside the building; details given on the bombs in Sadr City and the US forces’ raid in Ramadi; scenes shown of an exploded car and emergency vehicles in the Sadr City and men carrying an injured person to an ambulance in Ramadi.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s address to the US study group on Iraq noted; picture shown of the video conference.
(Washington: Major Garrett) The rift between House Majority Leader candidates Representatives John Murtha and Steny Hoyer over Iraq policy reviewed; statements from Murtha and Hoyer quoted on screen. [At news conference, REID- comments on working with Bush to change the course in Iraq.]
(Atlanta: Marianne Silber) The latest developments in the rape case against Duke University lacrosse players reviewed; details given on the accuser’s former strip club manager’s claims that she may have been injured days before the rape claim; scenes shown from outside the Platinum Club in North Carolina.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The manager’s interview tonight with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren noted
(Tehran, Iran: Amy Kellogg) The spike in rhinoplasty surgery amongst Iranians examined; scenes shown from an Iranian household and of women with nose job bandages in Tehran. [WOMAN – says she wanted her face to be nicer.] [DOCTOR – comments on the other popular procedures.] [MAN – comments.]
(White House: Greg Kelly) President Bush’s meetings with the CEOs of automakers Ford Motor Co., General Motors, and Chrysler reviewed; details given on the health care, losses, downsizing, and foreign competition issues, and Bush’s upcoming trip to Asia to discuss trade. [BUSH – says he expects foreign markets to be open to US automobiles.]
(Fox Weather Center: Chris Knowles) The severe weather in the Gulf Coast noted; national forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Denver, Colorado: Alicia Acuna) The development of a hotline for helping homeowners who face foreclosure in Colorado reviewed; scenes shown of counselors in the hotline office; details given on the use of the hotline to negotiate deals between borrowers and banks. [JPMorgan Chase’s Debra BUSTOS- talks about finding a solution.] [Colorado Division of Housing’s Ryan McMACKEN- comments on avoiding another recession.]
(Farmers Branch, Texas: Kim McIntyre) The protests in Farmers Branch, Texas, over the crackdown on Mexican immigrants examined; details given on the new laws that punish landlords for renting to illegal immigrants and businesses for hiring them; scenes shown of angry protesters outside the city hall, the unanimous vote results being read, and police arresting a demonstrator. [City Council member Tim O’HARE- says the ordinance will benefit every resident.] [Business owner Patricia GONZALES- speaks in opposition to the business resolution.]