This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The solution to the mid-air mystery on Northwest Airlines Flight 188 of what happened in the cockpit causing the plane to overshoot the Minneapolis airport reviewed; details given from the NTSB investigation into what the two pilots did; virtual view shown. [At her door, flight attendants Barbara LOGAN; Bonnie NASHOPULOS- say we called the pilots about an arrival time.] [Former NTSB investigator Greg FEITH- says two professionals were "unplugged."] [Aviation analyst John NANCE- comments on rules to keep pilots engaged.] The likelihood the FAA will revoke or suspend the pilots' licenses noted.
(Afghanistan: Jim Sciutto) Three helicopter crashes in Afghanistan that killed soldiers, Marines & civilians reviewed; virtual views of a copter collision & another crash that killed DEA agents & photo of a Marine shown; details given of anti-drug actions against the flourishing opium trade. [ISAF spokesman Col. Wayne SHANKS- says enemy action was not responsible.] [DEA's Keith WEIS- comments on the rule of law.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) President Obama's weighing of the decision to send more troops to Afghanistan noted. [In Jacksonville, Florida, OBAMA - speaks about the solemn decision to risk lives only if necessary.] The timetable for the president's decision & tonight's "Nightline" story on Afghanistan noted.
(Baghdad: Miguel Marquez) Twin suicide bombings in Baghdad, Iraq, reviewed; scenes shown of damaged buildings. victims, cell phone video of the explosion, wrecked cars, grieving people & a flooded hole. [Parliament member Mouwaffak RUBAIE- says it is an intelligence-led war now.]
(New York: John McKenzie) The confusion in getting information about the swine flu vaccine examined; scenes shown of people in line. [In Colorado, ABC's Clayton SANDELL; ABC's Barbara PINTO; seeking vaccine, Elizabeth HEUBECK- offer views on finding out information in different states.]
(Brockton, Massachusetts: John Berman) The plight of the Brockton Rox independent baseball team featured; scenes shown from the ballpark in a town with high unemployment resulting in an attendance drop. [Brockton Rox manager Chris CARMINUCCI- talks about the dream of this second-chance team.] [Fan Jeff ERICKSON, Mayor Jim HARRINGTON- comment on the team.]
(Hollywood: Brian Rooney) The success of the small-budget film "Paranormal Activity" shot with no-name actors in one week in one house with one camera featured; film clips shown. [In New York, actors Katie FEATHERSTON, Micah SLOAT- comment on their backgrounds.] [Producer Jason BLUM- says the movie is scary.] Prior successful low-cost films noted.