Saturday, June 21, 2008
I have quite a variety of clips to share today, so let's start serving them up:
First is Dr. Sanjay Gupta's PiP report about monkey pox, which aired Tuesday on American Morning:
Also Tuesday, NewsRoom ran a clip in conjunction with the start of the same-sex weddings in California -- a brief look at gay rights in different countries around the world. Hugh Riminton reports from Hong Kong, David McKenzie from Nairobi, and Cal Perry from Beirut:
Thursday, Christiane Amanpour spoke with Kiran Chetry about North Korea's nuclear program:
Miles O'Brien was back on the American Morning set on Friday to talk about the discovery of life -- or at least ice -- on Mars:
Also on Friday, Ali Velshi spoke with Wilf Dinnick via broadband as the Saudis prepare to host an unprecedented meeting between countries that produce oil and those that consume it:
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Where in the World...?
SATURDAY: Dan Simon was in Des Moines, Iowa, while Sean Callebs and Jim Acosta were in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to cover the flooding; Miles O'Brien was in Atlanta to cover the Discovery landing.
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MONDAY: Sean Callebs and Allan Chernoff were in Iowa City, Iowa for flood coverage; Ted Rowlands was in San Francisco for the first gay marriages there; Candy Crowley was in The Situation Room; and Kiran Chetrey was back on American Morning.
TUESDAY: Ed Lavendera was in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Sean Callebs was in Burlington, Iowa; and Allan Chernoff in Lone Tree, Iowa. Also, Kyra Phillips returned to co-anchoring NewsRoom (although from NYC) and Anderson Cooper returned to anchor AC360.
WEDNESDAY: On flood watch, Sean Callebs was in Des Moines, Iowa; Allan Chernoff was in Oakville, Iowa; and Drew Griffin was in St Louis, Missouri. John King reported from Hanoi, Vietnam as he covered Cindy McCain's trip to that country.
THURSDAY: Nic Robertson reported from Kabul, Afghanistan; Chris Lawrence reported on the rise in food prices in Honolulu, Hawaii; Suzanne Malveaux was in The Situation Room to discuss the Obama campaign; Wolf Blitzer hosted Election Center (as he also would Friday).
FRIDAY: Ed Lavendera was in Clarksville, Missouri as the flood water moved south; Wilf Dinnick reported from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia at the meeting of oil producing/consuming countries; Dana Bash (above) was with the McCain campaign in Ottawa, Ontario.
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That's it for me today... hope you enjoyed the varied flavors today! Peter Bergen is scheduled to be a guest on Late Edition tomorrow, so Monday, I will have that clip, as well as clips from Nic Robertson in Afghanistan and Michael Ware in Iraq. Sounds like a special Global War on Terrorism edition...