This program is 29 minutes long
(Buffalo: Lisa Stark) New questions and clues about the crash of Continental Connection Colgan Flight 3407 near Buffalo, New York, reviewed; photos shown of the crash site; details given about the crew possibly violating policy by flying in ice; animated diagrams shown. [NTSB's Steven CHEALANDER- comments on the auto pilot and icy conditions; recounts the last half-minute.] [ABC aviation consultant John NANCE- comments on ice.] [Clarence Center for United Methodist Church Rev. Charles SMITH- leads service.] [Clarence resident Dan VECCHIO- reflects.] What the flight crew did to try to regain control of the aircraft reviewed.
(Chicago: Eric Horng) The new controversy over Illinois Senator Roland Burris and his contacts with Governor Rod Blagojevich about President Obama's Senate seat reviewed; details given from his latest statement. [December 30, Illinois Governor Rod BLAGOJEVICH - praises Burris.] [State representative Jim DURKIN- calls for an investigation.] [In news conference, BURRIS - denies inconsistencies.] [American Enterprise Inst. Norm ORNSTEIN- raises ethics questions.] [January 7, Senator Harry REID - backs Burris.]
(White House: John Hendren) The possibility Obama's administration may consider nationalizing the financially troubled banks examined. [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM, political analyst Stuart ROTHENBERG; on "This Week," Representative Maxine WATERS; "New York Times" columnist Paul KRUGMAN - comment on the nationalization "pre-privatization" issue.] [OBAMA - speaks about private capital.] How some economists are saying nationalization may be the only alternative for some banks discussed.
(Phoenix: Mike von Fremd) The housing crisis in Phoenix featured; details given about the coming spending to cut foreclosures. [HOMEOWNER, homeowner Fred BALENTINE- express frustration.] [Arizona State University professor Robert MITTELSTAEDT- outlines the housing conditions.]
(New York: John McKenzie) The inadequate treatment for women having strokes examined; details given about the treatments and the danger from the rise in high blood pressure among women. [Mayo Clinic Dr. Sharonne HAYES- says women are getting treatment too late.] [Stroke patient/physician Dr. Diana FITE- describes what happened to her.]