This program is 28 minutes long
(New Orleans: Matt Gutman) The storm aiming for the spill site tomorrow that is putting the whole operation on standstill featured; scenes of the flotilla of ships, barges & workers moving out & virtual view shown. [Retired Coast Guard Adm. Thad ALLEN - talks about the ships.] [Weather Underground meteorologist Jeff MASTERS- comments on the storm surge.] [Worker Derek HARVEY- talks about the job.] The possibility the Tropical Storm could chop up the oil discussed.
(Chicago: Chris Bury) Hot & stormy weather in the Midwest & East featured; scenes shown from Chicago, rain in Milwaukee, a sinkhole, a plane crash in Lake Michigan. [Outdoors, WORKERS; WOMAN; Chicago BEACHGOER - comment.] [Forecaster Mike CAPLAN- describes the hot weather.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The backlash against the bailout banks giving their executives 1.6 billion dollars in salaries & bonuses at the end of 2008 as the economy was crashing down reviewed; banks listed on screen. [TARP executive compensation special master Kenneth FEINBERG - says the taxpayer should be outraged though the bonuses were not illegal.] [On "This Week," Treasury Secretary Tim GEITHNER - talks about executive compensation.] Feinberg's plans to shift to administering the BP compensation fund noted.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The response of Representative Charles Rangel to the ethics charges against him featured; details given about the multiple financial allegations & about his coming trial before the House Ethics Committee. [RANGEL - says he is not looking forward to this battle.] [November 2006, Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - promises an ethical Congress.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) An interview held with Senator Jim Inhofe, who does not believe in global warming, about the recent hot weather. [INHOFE - says we are in the middle of a cold period.]
(Bend, Oregon: Neal Karlinsky) An exclusive interview held with cyclist Floyd Landis about cycling, drugs & Armstrong. [LANDIS - says he saw Lance get a blood transfusion & use performance-enhancing drugs; agrees Armstrong is a liar & so he is himself.] [Armstrong attorney Tim HERMAN- calls this a witchhunt.]
(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The full Landis interview on "Nightline" noted.
(East Haven, Connecticut: Dan Harris) How medicine is being changed by social media featured; details given about information sharing, organizing fund drives, about medical misinformation being put out there & about how a missing Alzheimer's patient was found. [Kidney transplant patient Carlos SANCHEZ, East Haven, Connecticut, Mayor - talk about their Facebook exchange about a kidney.] [Westchester Medical Center Dr. Howard LUKS- says information online can be dangerous.]
(No location given: Sharyn Alfonsi) Little League baseball pitcher Chelsea Baker profiled; scenes shown of her throwing a knuckleball. [BAKER - talks about her pitches & breaking barriers.] [Three PLAYERS - react to her pitches.]