This will have to be quick today, as my office floor is strewn with the detritus of a trip to Amman, Jordan, which starts the minute tonight's broadcast is over. We are hoping New York City traffic cooperates, allowing us to get to JFK in time for our departure. It will be tight. Much of the top of tonight's newscast has to do with the subject we'll encounter once we arrive: Iraq. The President's meeting is tomorrow, and the outcome is uncertain. Richard Engel has pre-positioned in Amman, and is among those we will talk to tonight, including David Gregory and Jim Miklaszewski. Additionally, Keith Miller is covering the Pope's trip to Turkey, and Robert Bazell has an interesting story tonight about a common piece of heart hardware that may actually pose a kind of danger: medicated stents. And we have a piece that we believe is unique to us tonight: could YOU pass the new citizenship test? It's brand new... no one has seen it, and yet there are protests about the effect it MIGHT have on who we allow into the United States. We'll have it all on tonight's broadcast.
We hope you can join us tonight from New York, and tomorrow night from Amman.