This program is 15 minutes long
(San Bruno, California: Miguel Marquez) The investigation into the pipeline explosion featured; scenes shown of residents waiting to go back home, the fire, damaged cars and homes. [Residents Betty and Doug KUNTZ, WOMAN - react.] [Senator Barbara BOXER - comments on investigating.] Photos of victims shown. [Dead woman's colleague Mike FLORIO- comments on the neighborhood.]
(London: Ali Arouzi) A report out of Iran that imprisoned American Sarah Shourd will be released while Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer will go on trial for illegally entering the country 14 months ago examined; photos and video of Shourd shown; details given about the demand for bail money, the struggle for power within Iran's political elite and Sarah's health problems.
(White House: Mike Viqueira) New hope for a compromise on tax cuts to help the economy examined; scenes shown from Washington, DC, of political protests; details given about the issue of extending President Bush's tax cuts, including to the wealthy. [On "Meet the Press," White House advisor David AXELROD- opposes a tax cut we can't afford.] [On "Face the Nation," Representative John BOEHNER - comments on tax policy.] A statement from White House press secretary Robert Gibbs about Boehner quoted. [President OBAMA - talks about the bill to help small businesses.]
(New York: Mike Taibbi) The controversy over the proposed mosque to be build near Ground Zero examined; scenes shown from New York City of the ceremonies on the ninth anniversary of September 11 and of competing demonstrations about the Islamic center. [At the Pentagon, President OBAMA - says we are not at war with Islam.] [9/11 first responder Fabrizio BENOVA- opposes the imam's mosque.] [Brooklyn imam Daoud HANIF- suggests Feisal Rauf should shift the site.] [On "This Week," RAUF - explains why changing the site would hurt.]