This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Jeremy Hubbard) A bomb scare at LaGuardia Airport in New York City featured; scenes shown of the evacuation of the airport; details given about the ripple effect on airports across the country & the hoax charges against a homeless man, ScottMcGann. [Three WITNESSES/PASSENGERS - describe what happened.] [Homeland security expert Kyle OLSON- explains why this incident stands out.]
(Washington: John Cochran) The White House weekend review of the economy featured; ABC News/"Washington Post" poll findings on the support for President Obama's health care plan; details given about the continuing bad unemployment news. [In address, President OBAMA - says we have helped put the brakes on the recession.] ["The Rothenberg Political Report" editor Stuart ROTHENBERG- says good economic news can improve the public's mood enabling the president to argue for health care.] [University of Maryland economics professor Peter MORICI- says unemployment will continue to rise.]
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Bianna Golodryga) Some encouraging signs for the economy noted & the reasons for the stock market rally & how unemployment will be the lasting scar of this recession discussed; stock averages for July cited.
(Fairfax, Virginia: Rachel Martin) The confusion over the government's cash for clunkers car trade-in plan examined; details given of the House approval of more funds. [Car salesman Alex VALENCIA, Liberty Subaru owner Rick de SILVA, two car CUSTOMERS - comment on problems.] [Nissan dealer Sam AJAYI, car buyer Harley THOMPSON, Public Citizen analyst Lena PONS- offer differing opinions on this stimulus money program.]
(New York: Jeremy Schaap) The leaking of more names from the list of baseball players who tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in 2003 examined; photos shown of Manny Ramirez & David Ortiz, who are on the list. [ESPN analyst Tim KURKJIAN- blames the players assn. for not getting rid of the list; suggests this story will not go away.] [Former MLB Players Assn. executive subcommittee member Doug GLANVILLE, player Chipper JONES- comment on those named.]
(Windsor, Connecticut: John Mckenzie) The increase in victims of early Alzheimer's disease featured; details given about one middle aged man's story with the diagnosis of Alzheimer's. [Patient Jay JONES- reads a statement; says it is about forgetfulness.] [Wife Laura JONES- talks about Jay's personality changes.]