This program is about 1 hour long
(Las Vegas: Adam Housley) The news conference with attorney for the victim’s mother Jerry Donohue reviewed. [DONOHUE- says the mother is disappointed that Stiles did not commit suicide.] The next steps in the case discussed.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Upcoming report on the bizarre relationship between President Bush and Putin announced.
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The highway pileup caused by a sandstorm in Lancaster, California, reported; aerial scenes shown of wrecked cars and trucks; details given on the 2 people who died in the accident; Friday’s truck collision on Interstate 5 recalled.
(No location given: Steve Brown) The “Kentucky Bourbon Trail” marketing campaign designed after California’s Napa Valley wine industry examined; statistics cited; scenes shown from a distillery tour; details given on the aging process. [Louisville convention bureau Stacey YATES and Wisconsin tourists Bob and Pat WHIPPLE- comment.]
(No location given: Trace Gallagher) Former White House aide Dan Bartlett’s account of the “bizarre” relationship between Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Bush featured. [On leadingauthorities.com, BARTLETT- recalls Putin’s claim that the US sends “bad chickens” to Russia.] Putin’s support for Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran’s nuclear program noted. [Secretary of Defense Robert GATES- speaks about the regime.] [Former CIA agent Peter BROOKES- comments on Putin’s approval rating in Russia.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The history behind the tension between the Dalai Lama and China noted.
(Turkey: Steve Harrigan) The urgent efforts to prevent Turkey from launching a military attack on Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq featured; details given on the build-up of Turkish troops along the border, the question whether there will be a second front in Iraq and the situation’s effect on oil prices.
(Studio: Shepard Smith; Washington: Molly Henneberg) Democratic Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaigning for women’s concerns and the unveiling of Clinton’s new proposals discussed; poll statistics cited.
(St. Louis: John Brown) The controversy over Hardee’s new 920 calorie breakfast burrito examined; nutritional facts outlined on screen. [Hardee’s marketing Steve LEMLEY- describes the food.] [St. Louis University dietitian Amy MOORE- comments on a healthy breakfast.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Lemley’s defense earlier today presented. [LEMLEY- suggests they would not recommend for someone to eat one every day, but when you want an indulgent meal...]