This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Shepard Smith; Bolingbrook, Illinois: Jeff Goldblatt) When Savio’s body may be exhumed and the newest lead in the search for Stacy Peterson discussed; scenes shown of search crews.
(Studio: Shepard Smith; Washington: James Rosen) New tensions in Pakistan after former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was placed under house arrest by Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s military government discussed.
(Beaufort, South Carolina: Carl Cameron) The National Right to Life Committee endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson, Senator John McCain’s response to an independent group’s ad in support of him and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s criticism of the McCain ad reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail in South Carolina and New Hampshire. [McCAIN – comments on the campaign finance reform ads.] [ROMNEY - comments.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith; Washington: Major Garrett) The responses from Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and John Edwards to the claims that Senator Hillary Clinton’s campaign planted questions at events and why honesty is a big issue in Iowa and New Hampshire discussed; poll statistics cited.
(Lahore, Pakistan: Greg Palkot) The placement of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto under house arrest ahead of a planned march in protest of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf’s state of emergency declaration reviewed; scenes shown of Bhutto’s motorcade in Lahore and demonstrators. [Earlier today, BHUTTO – comments on the danger in her country.]
(Iskandariyah: Kitty Logan) The military report on the drop in the number of violent attacks in Iraq and a new sense of stability examined; scenes shown from the streets of US soldiers and Iraqi civilians.
(Conyers, Georgia: Jonathan Serrie) The test-marketing of self-service kiosks for placing orders at fast food restaurants examined; details given on the increase in up-sales and the benefits of simplifying the ordering process; scenes shown of a kiosk station. [NCR’s Clyde DISHMAN, 2 CUSTOMERS, EXPERT – comment.]