This program is about 1 hour long
(New York City: Laura Ingle) The investigation into Princiotta’s death reviewed; scenes from outside his home in Scottsdale, Arizona, and map shown; details given on Princiotta’s Elvis Presley memorabilia. [J.PRINCIOTTA- remembers his brother.] [San Bernardino, California, police Det. Gary ROBVERTSON- talks about the prime suspect’s suicide.]
(Washington: Molly Henneberg) The rescue of Iraqi civilians by US troops in a raid on an Al Qaeda house in Diyala province reviewed; graphic drawings of torture methods and pictures of torture victims shown. [Voice of Lt. Col. Chris GARVER- talks about the increase in cooperation from Iraqi citizens.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The 2nd day of raids on terror cells in Baghdad’s Sadr City and tomorrow’s talks between US and Iranian diplomats to discuss the security situation noted.
(Tripoli, Lebanon: Steve Harrigan) The day’s developments in the fighting between the Lebanese army and Islamic militants at the Palestinian camp in Tripoli reviewed; details given on a possible deal to end the violence.
(Caracas, Venezuela: Adam Housley) Unrest over the plans of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to shut down the RCTV television station featured; scenes shown of pro-government rally and demonstrators.
(No location given: Julie Banderas) Lohan’s car accident and arrest reviewed; amateur video from the crash site shown.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Svdeka Vodka’s refusal to sponsor Lohan’s 21st birthday noted.
(Chicago: Jeff Goldblatt) Online memorials to honor fallen soldiers featured; details given on the story of Marine Corps Cpl. Christopher Belchik; family pictures and scenes from Belchik’s gravesite shown. [Fallen Marine’s mother Lynn LENKER, legacy.com John BIKUS, Children’s Memorial Hospital Kristin JAMES- comment.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Scenes shown of Rolling Thunder bikers meeting President Bush at the White House prior to the Memorial Day parade noted.
(Fox Weather Center: Domenica Davis) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The ban on open flames and fireworks in the Southeast due to the dry weather and spreading wildfires noted.
(Conway, New Hampshire: Carl Cameron) Democratic presidential candidates’ call for a withdrawal from Iraq introduced; scenes shown of Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail; details given on John McCain’s appearance at the NASCAR auto race in North Carolina. [OBAMA – speaks about the war.]
(Washington: Julie Kirtz) Signs of progress in the Congressional debate over the new immigration reform bill reviewed; details given on the border security and amnesty issues. [On “Fox News Sunday,” Senators Kay Bailey HUTCHISON† and Senator Arlen SPECTER†- comment on working on the bill.] [On ABC “This Week,” Commerce Secretary Carlos GUTIERREZ† and Senator Robert MENENDEZ†- state their opinions.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) A study’s findings on deportations for terrorism cited.
(Jerusalem: David Lee Miller) Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s request for the release of kidnapped BBC journalist Alan Johnston reviewed.
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s statement that Israel will continue its air strikes on Hamas militants in Gaza noted; scenes shown from the site of a rocket attack in Sderot, Israel
(Sherburne, New York: Rick Leventhal) A small New York town’s fight against a plan to build high-voltage power lines through their town in order to provide power to New York City examined; maps of national interest electric transmission corridors and the proposed NYRI power line, and scenes from Sherburne shown. [Power line opponent Eve Ann SHWARTZ- states her opinion.] [Department of Energy Kevin KOLEVAR- suggests the government may need to intervene.] [NYRI project manager Bill MAY and Representative Maurice HINCHEY- comment.]