This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Catherine Herridge) The investigation into yesterday’s attack on key Internet servers by computer hackers reviewed; statement from the Department of Homeland Security quoted on screen.
(Houston: Kris Gutierrez) The allegations that Nowak attempted to kidnap and murder the girlfriend of astronaut Bill Oefelein and the questions about NASA’s psychological screenings reviewed; scenes shown of Nowak at the Houston airport. [NASA deputy director Bob CABANA- talks about the astronauts.]
(Pentagon: Mike Emanuel) The helicopter crash and preparations for a new security crackdown in Baghdad reviewed; details given on the aircraft; scenes shown of the burning wreckage and security checkpoints.
(Fox Weather Center: Chris Knowles) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Washington: Steve Centanni) The 3rd consecutive day of letter bombings in Britain reported; scenes shown from Swansea; details given on the evidence that the targets involve traffic regulations agencies. [UK domestic terror expert Anton SETCHELL- comments on the indications that the devices are only meant to cause shock.] Map of last month’s attacks shown.
(New York: Rick Leventhal) The debate over a bill to ban the use of iPod portable media players and cell phones in New York City’s crosswalks examined; details given on the deaths of distracted pedestrians; scenes shown from New York City. [2 WOMEN – give their opinions.] [Voice of Senator Carl KRUGER- talks about the bill.]
(Ft. Lewis, Washington: Dan Springer) A judge’s orders for a retrial of Army Lt. Ehren Watada, who refused orders to deploy to Iraq, reported; courtroom sketches and scenes of activist Sean Penn at an anti-war protest in support of Watada shown. [US Army lawyer Lt. Col. Robert RESNICK- comments on the mistrial.]
(Washington: Major Garrett) The stalled debate in Congress over a non-binding resolution that opposes President Bush’s plan to send more troops to Iraq reviewed. [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI- says it is no small thing that a majority in Congress disapproves of the surge.] [Senator Trent LOTT, Chuck SCHUMER- talk about the surge.]
(Washington: Jim Angle) NBC’s Tim Russert’s testimony in the trial of former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby for the leaking of the name of a CIA officer reviewed; testimony from Russert and questioning from special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald and Libby’s attorney Theodore Wells quoted on screen; courtroom sketches by William Hennessy shown.
(New York: Dagen McDowell) New online Internet movie services reviewed; details given on Amazon, TiVo, Wal-Mart, and Apple; scenes shown from various websites. Stock Market Report.
(Los Angeles: Jonathan Hunt) The use of an Internet web site to search for sailor Jim Gray††, who went missing off the coast of San Francisco, reviewed; family photos and satellite images shown; details given on how the site works. [Voice of Mike OLSON††- comments on the search.]