Event Date(s): 10/18/1999 | Event Location(s): Fayetteville, North Carolina;Raeford, North Carolina;Goldsboro, North Carolina;New York City, New York;Pontiac, Michigan;Los Angeles, California;Littleton, Colorado;Russia;China;McMurdo Sound, Antarctica; | Description: 21:00:00 The News With Brian Williams. 21:01:42 NBC news correspondent Fredricka Whitfield reports from Fayetteville, North Carolina on the damage being done by Hurricane Irene. Clips of rain falling, drops of rain falling onto flood water, wet leaves, and floating debris seen. In Raeford, North Carolina man watches dam water flow. Clips of water flowing after dam gave way seen. Tree falls and is swept away by rushing water. In outdoor interview in the street a woman says the water was rushing fast and saw lawn mowers rushing down the stream. Chair is pushed near a mailbox. Clips of flowing flood water across a street, and debris in flood water seen. Aerial of utility truck with cherry picker extended to power lines seen. Aerial of flooded farm land seen. Clips of flooded areas and homes in Goldsboro, North Carolina seen. Close up of person wearing boots and walking in water seen. Woman walks outside her flooded home. In interview resident Ellien Davis (ph) says she's going to move to the mountains this time and is not going to be close to a river. In southern Florida, panning shot from a boat of flooded crops and orchard seen. In interview farmer George Suarez (ph) says it's history and there's nothing that can be done now. Aerial of flooded crops seen. Whitfield reports and closes on camera at night from Fayetteville, North Carolina. 21:03:52 WNBC-TV Meteorologist Janice Huff in New York City, New York reports on the nations weather and Tropical Storm Jose. 21:05:36 Williams is joined by NBC News political analyst and"Newsweek" magazines's Howard Fineman in Washington, DC. They discuss former New York Congressman and current Staten Island Boro President Guy Molinari, Vice President Al Gore and the 2000 Presidential race. Molinari has withdrawn his support for Republican Presidential candidate George W. Bush to support Republican Presidential candidate John McCain instead. Video of Molinari with McCain in New York City, New York. 21:08:15 NBC News correspondent Anne Thompson reports on murder suspect Nathaniel Abraham who is the youngest juvenile to be tried as an adult. Video of Abraham in a courtroom in Pontiac, Michigan. Defense Attorney Daniel Bagdade comments. Still of Abraham's victim Ronnie Greene Jr. (ph). Video of people walking at a cemetery. Victim's sister Nicole Greene comments. Video of Abraham. Still of Ronnie Greene. Exterior of a convenience store. Still of Ronnie Greene. Video of prosecutor Lisa Halushka using her laptop computer. Halushka comments. Video of Abraham's arrest record. Halushka comments. Video of Abraham sitting a courtroom. Bagdade comments. Video of Abraham. Video of Abraham in his prison attire. Video of Abraham walking into a courtroom. Bagdade comments. Video of Abraham in a courtroom and walking out of a courtroom. 21:11:33 NBC News correspondent Dan Lothian reports from Los Angeles, California on the possibility that the parents of columbine gunman Dylan Klebold may file a lawsuit against Littleton authorities. On 1999-04-20 aerial of students running from Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado past fire truck seen. Yearbook black and white photos of Columbine shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold seen. On 1999-04-20 medics wheeling shooting victim on gurney outdoors, and students running outdoors seen. Still of Klebold seen. On 1999-04-20 armed SWAT team members walk behind moving emergency vehicle outside Columbine. Graphic scales of justice and super"There are steps within the legal system that must be taken to best protect the Klebold family" seen. Still of Klebold seen. Black and white yearbook photo of Harris seen. Harris' website with messages including"anything I don't like---SUCKS" seen. Jefferson County Sheriff John Stone at outdoor press conference becomes insert slow-motion with graphic"The Denver Post" logo and super"I think it's outrageous? it's their parenting thing, not our fault their kid doing this thing" (sic) seen. In Denver, Colorado on 1999-04-29 at the Heritage Christian Center parents Michael and Vonda Shoels close casket of their son (killed in the Columbine massacre) Isaiah Shoels during Isaiah's funeral. 21:17:34 Williams is joined by"Time" magazine writer Nancy Gibbs in New York City, New York. They discuss an article Gibbs wrote for"Time" about high schools, peer pressure and violence. 21:26:28 NBC news correspondent Jim Miklaszewski reports on America's nuclear defenses. Video of military personnel on a military base. Vox pop. Video of nuclear weapons in an underground silo. Video of military personnel looking at nuclear weapons. Video of military personnel. Video of a missile launching. Video of military personnel in Russia and in China. Video of United States military personnel. United States Air Force Major General Tom Neary comments. Video of military personnel. Video of military planes. Video of a missile launching. Video of military personnel. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace's Joseph Cirincione comments. Video of a missile launching. Center for Security Policy's Frank Gaffney comments. Video of nuclear missile. 21:31:29 NBC news correspondent Mike Jensen reports on the marketing of designer Martha Stewart. Decorator Martha Stewart walks outdoors. Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York City, New York seen. Zooming shot to sign"Morgan Stanley Dean Witter" on building seen. Stewart walks outdoors with a rope. Stewart and unidentified man stirring liquid at the kitchen counter, close up of hands stirring liquid with a stick, Stewart and man pouring the liquid onto a tray, Stewart pulling lollipops from the tray, and lollipop tree see. Stewart craving a pumpkin and jack-o-lanterns seen. Tilted camera shot of electronic ticker sign super imposed and disappearing on Stewart walking outdoors in her garden seen. In an outdoor interview small investor Laura Crocenzi says that she'll definitely buy Martha Stewart stocks because she sees her name everywhere. Traders seen on the floor of the stock exchange. Stewarteats a cookie and Stewart pulling on a clothing line seen. Television set featuring clips of Stewart on her show"Martha Stewart Living" and super"Television $23 Million" seen. Stewart walking outdoors and super"Radio Audience 1.5 million", Stewart's newspaper column and super"Column 233 Newspapers", Cover of Stewart's two magazines and super"2 Magazines 10 Million Readers", panning shot of books Stewart has written and super"27 Books 8.5 Million Copies", flowers in a paint can and super"Additional $127 Million/Year" seen. Camera pulls back on Martha Stewart towels on store shelves. Camera pulls back on paint chips and Martha Stewart paints seen. Various shots of Stewart seen. Stewart enters room and shakes hands with two chefs. On the floor of the stock exchanges, traders seen. Titled camera shot of electronic ticker seen. Stewart holding a cat seen. NBC News's Mike Jensen reports on camera from inside a bookstore and holds up a copy of a Martha Stewart magazine. In an interview Desilva& Phillips Incorporated's Reed Phillips says"If something happens to Martha Stewart, the business is going to be in a lot of trouble." Dissolve shots of"Martha Stewart Living" magazines,"Business Week" magazine, Martha Stewart books seen. Stewart smashes a bottle of champagne on a boat as others applaud. Jensen signs off in voice over from New York. 21:34:00 NBC news correspondent Steve Frank reports on how celebrities are cashing in on their names. Video clip from"The Net" courtesy of Columbia Pictures starring actress Sandra Bullock. Video of a computer web page. Video of actor William Shatner on"Star-Trek". Clip of Shatner in a television commercial for WebTV. Video of www.priceline.com web page which Shatner is the spokesman. Video of priceline.com web page. USA Networks chairman and Chief Executive Officer Barry Diller comments. Video of www.Waterhouse.com web page in a television commercial featuring actress Geena Davis and another commercial featuring basketball coach Phil Jackson. Television commercial for Schwab investors featuring professional tennis player Anna Kournikova. Clip of an Etrade.com commercial featuring former Playboy playmate Anna Nicole Smith. Various web pages. Waterview Partners Frank Biondi comments. Video of musicians Tori Amos and Alanis Morissette performing. Video of various web pages. Black and white video of model Cindy Crawford. Diller comments. Video of Biondi walking. Biondi comments. 21:40:12 Williams voices over video of a plane landing at McMurdo Base, Antartica. Video of icebergs. 21:43:03 Independent Counsel Robert Ray comments. 21:43:46 NBC news correspondent Kelly O'Donnell reports from Los Angeles, California on wildfires. Video of a wildfire. Video of an airborne plane dropping a fire retardant material. Video of a cactus tree on fire. Video of a map displaying areas where wildfires has been prevalent. Video of a fire engulfing a building. Vox pop. Video of firefighters at the site of a fire. Video of a fire. Video of people evacuating a smoke infested area. Video of a man looking at the remains of his home after a fire. Video of a wooded area. Video of rain falling. Video of a sunset. Video of a wildfire. Video of firefighters starting fires in hopes of avoiding more fires this year. Video of firefighters. 21:49:02 Williams previews this weeks news magazines. 21:57:20 Williams previews tomorrow's newspaper headlines. 21:59:30 Williams closes the show. Graphic plug of www.msnbc.com.