This program is about 1 hour long
(White House: Bret Baier) The showdown between President Bush’s administration and Congress over the controversy reviewed; details given on the White House’s offer for top aids to be privately interviewed but not under oath. [SNOW- questions political motivations.] [Representative John CONYERS- comments on the discussions so far.] [Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN- states her opinion.] Scenes shown of embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales with Bush.
(Washington: Major Garrett) Gore’s testimony featured; scenes shown from the committee hearing and excerpts of “An Inconvenient Truth” shown. [GORE – testifies.] [Senator James INHOFE- speaks about scientists who disagree.]
(Greensboro, North Carolina: Rick Leventhal) The story of missing Boy Scout Michael Auberry, who was found alive by search crews in the North Carolina mountains, reviewed; details given on his injuries; scenes shown of Michael’s arrival at a hospital and yellow ribbons outside his home. [Michael’s father Kent AUBERRY- explains how Michael got lost.] [Christ United Methodist Church Jan BRITTAIN- comments.]
(Washington: Carl Cameron) Breaking news that Blue State Digital employee Philip de Vellis is the source of the “1984” political attack ad against Senator Hillary Clinton featured; excerpt of YouTube video modeled after Apple’s 2002 Super Bowl ad shown; details given on the link between Blue State Digital and Senator Barack Obama’s campaign; statement from Obama press secretary Bill Burton quoted on screen.
(Miami: Phil Keating) The latest developments in the Anna Nicole Smith saga reviewed; details given on the DNA tests on Smith’s daughter in the paternity case; scenes shown of former boyfriend Larry Birkhead, boyfriend Howard K. Stern and mother Virgie Arthur outside of the courthouse last night. [BIRKHEAD- comments.]
(Chicago: Steve Brown) The arrest of Chicago police officer Anthony Abbate for attacking Polish barmaid Karolina Obrycka at Jessie’s ShortStop Inn featured; surveillance video of the incident shown. [OBRYCKA- describes what happened.]
(Traphill, North Carolina: Erik Liljegren) The story of Gandalf, the dog who found Michael, featured; scenes shown of the dog with search crews at Doughton Park. [2 PEOPLE – comment.]
(Pentagon: Jennifer Griffin) The car bombing in which children were used as decoys and the release of an aid of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr reviewed; scenes of a burning car in Baghdad and picture of the aid shown. [Joint Chiefs of Staff Maj. Gen. Michael BARBARO- describes the attack.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Senate Democrats’ work on a war funding bill calling for a withdrawal of US troops from Iraq updated.
(U.N.: Eric Shawn) Negotiations over a new U.N. resolution to impose sanctions against Iran examined; details given on South Africa’s demands and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s plans to address the Security Council; opposition to the resolution listed on screen. [Former US Ambassador to the U.N. John BOLTON- suggests Ahmadinejad’s visit could have a positive outcome.]
(Houston: Kris Gutierrez) A behind-the-scenes look at police academy featured; scenes shown of high-speed car chase training and simulations. [Houston Police Academy officer Jim CONLEY- speaks to a class.] [Officer Loretta JAMES- talks about the tactics training.]
(Los Angeles: Anita Vogel) The development of green technology in Silicon Valley featured; details given on the Tesla Roadster electric car, Google’s solar panel, and the proposal in California for emissions credits for polluting businesses; scenes shown of a test drive of the car and solar panel. [Tesla Motors Martin EBERHARD, venture capitalist Steve WESTLY, Google’s Robyn BEAVERS, Milken Institute’s Joel KURTZMAN- comment.]