This program is 29 minutes long
(Blakely, Georgia: Lisa Stark) The refusal by Peanut Corp. of America president Stewart Arnell to answer questions about the peanut butter tainted with salmonella featured; scenes shown from the House hearings; details given about evidence form company e-mails. [Representative Greg WALDEN- questions Arnell.] [Several times, ARNELL - refuses to answer.] [Representative Henry WAXMAN - criticizes the company.] [Salmonella victim's family member Ginger LORENTZ- calls Parnell a coward.] ["Early County News" publisher Billy FLEMING- calls the e-mail incriminating.]
(Lone Grove, Oklahoma: Ryan Owens) The impact of the tornadoes in Oklahoma featured; scenes shown from Lone Grove of the wreckage, survivors and a mobile home park. [Survivor Steve FRANKS, Governor Brad HENRY, furniture store owner John TALIFERRO, survivors Brandy KATRON, Thomas CHUBB, Lana HARTMAN- describe what happened.]
(Kabul: Nick Schifrin) The highly coordinated attacks by the Taliban in Kabul, Afghanistan, in an effort to paralyze the city featured; photos and scenes shown of sites targeted by militants. [Chief Afghan intelligence Amrullah SALEH- says they sent three messages to Pakistan.]
(Capitol Hill: Betsy Stark) The public hearings in Congress in which bank executives were questioned about the bailout money featured; scenes shown of the questioning by Representatives Paul Kanjorski and Mike Capuano. [Wells Fargo and Co. president/CEO John STUMPF, JPMorgan chairman/CEO John MACK, Citigroup CEO Vikram PANDIT- defends monetary decisions.] [Six EXECUTIVES - say "no bonuses."]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) How the banks involved gave campaign money to members of the House Financial Services Committee noted.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The daily kidnappings in Phoenix linked to drugs examined; phone calls by a victim and kidnapper played; scenes shown of police actions. [Phoenix police Chief Andy ANDERSON- says Phoenix is in the eye of the storm.] [California attorney general Jerry BROWN- talks about kidnapping terrorists.] [Phoenix police Sgt. Phil ROBERTS- talks about the crimes.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" noted.
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) The win at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show by an old dog, 10-year-old Stump, a Sussex spaniel, featured; scenes shown of the dog. [Dog show's David FREI- defines the age.] [Stump's HANDLER - talks about his health.]