This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Jim Angle) Former CIA director George Tenet’s new book “At the Center of the Storm,” in which he discusses foiled terror plots and Al Qaeda’s nuclear plans, reviewed. [Former CIA associate deputy director for ops Robert RICHER- talks about the disrupted attacks.] [TENET- comments.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) A State Department report on the increase in worldwide terror attacks cited.
(Washington: Mike Emanuel) The day’s developments in the case reviewed; details given on the release of Palfrey’s phone records to ABC; courtroom sketches shown. [PALFREY- calls for the government to charge individuals with other crimes as well.]
(Oakland, California: Claudia Cowan) Traffic concerns and the rebuilding process reviewed; scenes shown of the ramp and last night’s fire. [WEISS- talks about the damage.]
(Fox Weather Center: Domenica Davis) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(New York: Erik Liljegren) Sony’s decision to re-cut episodes of classic TV shows into short “minisodes” for presentation on Internet video web sites featured; TV clips shown. [Sony Pictures Television Steve MOSKO†- says this is the next step.]
(White House: Bret Baier) Criticism of President Bush's administration in former CIA director George Tenet’s book “At the Center of the Storm” reviewed; details given on Tenet’s assessment of whether Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and pre-war intelligence. [On NBC “Today,” TENET- talks about Iraq.] [White House spokesman Tony SNOW- comments.]
(Pentagon: Jennifer Griffin) The discovery of Green Zone identification cards during a raid by US forces in Baghdad, the 12 explosions near the Green Zone and the day’s car bombings across Iraq reviewed; death toll and 2006 terrorist attack statistics cited.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The deployment of Britain’s Prince Harry and a US government audit on reconstruction in Iraq noted.
(Milwaukee: Martin Kilcoyne) Tributes to Hancock, who died in a car crash, reviewed; details given on manager Tony La Russa’s comments; scenes shown from a baseball game.
(Seattle: Dan Springer) The debate over whether a Washington employment organization that helps illegal immigrants obtain jobs should receive aid from taxpayer dollars examined; details given on the issue of law enforcement. [Casa Latina Hilary STERN- states their mission.] [Seattle City Council Richard McIVER, Washington State Representative Doug ERICKSEN- comment.]