This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The rebellion by passengers over the airlines' decision to profit from the FAA government taxes windfall examined; tax and fee statistics cited. [Passengers Dan METELSKY, Heather TOMLINSON- complain.] [Senator Jay ROCKEFELLER- calls it "shameful."] [At a trade association, Air Transport Assn. spokesman Steven LOTT- defends fares and pricing.] [Alaska Airlines vice president Joseph SPRAGUE- comments on its fares.]
(Capitol Hill: Jonathan Karl) The tirade from Speaker of the House John Boehner about the Tea Party Republicans' stance in the budget crisis and debt ceiling featured; details given about his blunt message. [Representatives Frank GIUNTA, Bill HUIZENGA, Allen WEST, Debbie WASSERMAN SCHULZ, MAN - comment.] The House vote tomorrow on Boehner's bill noted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos) The likelihood that Boehner will win his vote, but the Democrats won't pass it thus leading to another round of negotiations and the question of whether President Obama or Republicans will blink discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The jittery stock market drop noted.
(Studio; Jim Avila) The warnings about a market crash that would damage average Americans' savings examined. [Investor Tom MATYJASIK- says retired seniors will have to cut back.] [The Motley Fool's Joe MAGYER- warns against putting money in stocks, but there are bargains.] Examples of where to invest outlined on screen.
(Dadaab refugee camp, Kenya: David Muir) The impact of the famine featured; scenes shown from the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya and inside the hospital where the malnourished children are being fed. [Doctors Without Borders president Dr. Unni KARUNAKARA- says the children are responding.] [American Dr. Ruth MAYFORTH- comments.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The most stressed out person in America featured; details given about the low well-being of middle-aged women by looking at one woman's life and at the "circle of care" approach to life. [Debbie WATKINS- complains about her time.] [Cleveland Clinic's Specialized Women's Health director Dr. Holly THACKER- says women have to take care of themselves first.] ["USA Today" columnist Gail SHEEHY- says they are not making healthy choices.]
(Studio: Josh Elliott) The umpire's blown call in last night's baseball game between the Atlanta Braves and Pittsburgh Pirates that ended the 19 inning game examined; play at home plate shown. [Umpire Jim JOYCE - says he had to do the right thing.]