This program is about 1 hour long
(Johnson Space Center: Sally McDonald) The deadly standoff reviewed; aerial scenes shown of the building where the shootings occurred; details given on the timeline of events.
(Blacksburg, Virginia: Molly Henneberg) The efforts to return to normal on campus, the Cho family statement, memorial services, and the victims still hospitalized reviewed; statement from Sun-Kyung Cho quoted on screen; scenes shown from the memorial service for Dr. Kevin Granata.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The federal law which may have banned Cho from purchasing guns, the copycat bomb threats at schools in Ohio, Virginia, Texas, and at the Arizona state capitol, and the memorial on the 8-year anniversary of the attack at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, reviewed; scenes shown from a school in Berea, Ohio, and the Arizona capitol.
(White House: Bret Baier) The debate between President Bush and Congressional Democrats over the future of the Iraq war examined. [In Michigan, BUSH – speaks about his principles.] [Yesterday, Senator Harry REID – says the war is lost.] [Today, REID – states his opinion.]
(Barton, Maryland: Todd Connor) The discovery of the bodies of the 2 miners who were trapped underneath a collapsed wall at a coal mine in Barton, Maryland, featured; scenes shown of ambulances carrying away the bodies. [Mine Safety and Health Administration Bob CORNETT- announces they found the bulldozer operator dead; reacts.]
(Los Angeles: Adam Housley) The ongoing battle between Baldwin and former wife Kim Basinger over custody of their daughter Ireland reviewed; excerpts of the phone message played; Baldwin’s response to the leaking of the tape quoted on screen.
(Washington: Catherine Herridge) The investigation into the shootings at Virginia Tech University by gunman Cho Seung-Hui reviewed; Cho family statement by Sun-Kyung Cho quoted on screen; details given on the difficulty removing troubled students from campus. [George Washington University law professor Jonathan TURLEY- comments on colleges being either too aggressive or too cautious.] Last year’s settlement between George Washington University and a suspended student noted. [GW University President Stephen TRACHTENBERG- comments.]
(Chicago: Steve Brown) MoveOn.org’s ad campaign targeting presidential candidate John McCain over his Iran joke featured; scenes shown from the ad. [McCAIN- jokes about a Beach Boys song “bomb Iran”; responds to critics.]
(Pentagon: Jennifer Griffin) The Pentagon’s claims that Iran is supplying weapons to the Taliban in Afghanistan featured; details given on the rise in suicide bombings and Iran’s efforts to destabilize Iraq; Taliban video shown. [Secretary of Defense Robert GATES and State Department spokesman Sean McCORMACK- comment.] Response from an Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman quoted.
(San Francisco: Claudia Cowan) Some California restaurants’ decision to stop serving bottled water in an effort to help the environment examined. [In Canto owner Mark PASTORE- talks about fuel consumed while shipping water and their decision to forego profits from bottled water.] [Poggio owner Larry MINDEL- says the choice should be the customer’s.]
(Fox Weather Center: Rick Reichmuth) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.