This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Thalia Assuras) A break in the case of the murder in Washington, DC, of Chandra Levy featured; details given about the story of the intern's disappearance and murder, the then-allegations about Representative Gary Condit, and the current linking of immigrant Ingmar Guandique, who is in jail for assault, to the crime. [In California, father Robert LEVY- reacts.] ["Washington Post" reporter Scott HIGHAM- comments on the mistakes made by the police.] The DNA evidence in the case against Guandique discussed.
(Studio: Priya David) The banking crisis examined; details given about the talk of the government nationalizing the banks, the Wall Street reaction and President Obama's need to turn fear about the banks into hope. [Senator Chris DODD - says we may have to nationalize.] [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS, Politico.com Eamon JAVERS; February 10, Treasury Secretary Tim GEITHNER - offer views on the banks.] Graph of the drop in four key bank stocks and the CNBC reporter's rant shown. The administration's stand on the banks and the concern about nationalizing banks discussed.
(Beijing: Wyatt Andrews) Clinton's visit to China featured; scenes shown of Clinton with the Chinese leadership; details given about the issues she asked China for help with and the approach of diplomacy by inclusion. [CLINTON - says the US is committed to a cooperative relationship with China; speaks about human rights.] [In 1995, CLINTON - criticizes China's treatment of women.] [Off camera, voice of CLINTON - speaks about the crises of the global economy, climate change and security.] [Human Rights Watch Sophie RICHARDSON- says she gave them a Christmas present.]
(Burlington, Vermont: Daniel Sieberg) What happened in Burlington, Vermont, with the switch to digital TV featured; scenes shown from the senior center. [Champlain Senior Center director Marie SOUTIERE- lists the programs missed.] [WCAX engineer Fred LAVENBERG- comments.] Map shown of areas not ready for the switch from analog to digital TV.