This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The questions about a Northwest Airlines plane flight that overshot the Minneapolis airport by 150 miles examined; map & virtual view shown; details given about the timetable of Flight 188 that landed an hour late. [Flight Safety Foundation William VOSS- says the pilots were distracted.] [Passenger Andrea ALLMON- describes what happened at the airport.] The NTSB investigation into whether the pilots fell asleep noted.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Live discussion held with aviation consultant John Nance about the flight. [NANCE - says this sort of thing has happened before with a sleepy crew; outlines a possible danger to the passengers; notes the NTSB has refused to allow planned sleeping for years.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The opposition on Wall Street to these pay cuts examined; a statement from Bank of America quoted; details given of the arguments against cutting salaries. [FBR Capital Markets bank analyst Paul MILLER- cites the need to retain talent.] [Carnegie Mellon University corporate management professor Robert MILLER- suggests Feinberg focus on tying performance to money going back to taxpayers.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) A sweeping DEA crackdown in 19 states against a drug cartel run by the La Familia gang from Mexico featured; scenes of the raid in Los Angeles & map of the scope of the investigation shown. [Los Angeles DEA Jose MARTINEZ, Attorney General Eric HOLDER, DEA acting administrator Michele LEONHART, FBI director Robert MUELLER- say they are active & dangerous.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, Richard Besser) The curious division of the people about the flu & the vaccine, how this swine flu vaccine has been tested adequately, the passion about the flu, the community worries about safety *& the issue of trust in science discussed.
(Samburu, Kenya: Dana Hughes) The drought in Kenya featured; scenes shown of the people, dying cattle & elephants; details given about tribal raids for resources. [World Food programme spokeswoman Brenda BARTON- says the situation is dramatic.] [Save the Elephants Ian DOUGLAS-HAMILTON- calls it desperate.]
(On Interstate 94 in Michigan: Chris Bury) The story of Aaron Heideman, who is on a mission to listen to the voices of the economic recession in America via his Man in the Van Project, presented; scenes shown from the road & written words on his van & on a giant scroll. [HEIDEMAN - talks about his travels; reads words & messages on the van.]