This program is 29 minutes long
(Chicago: John Yang) The series of shootings in Tulsa, Oklahoma, of five black people featured; scenes and map shown of the sites. [Police department,s Dave WALKER- talks about the random targeting.] [Chief Chuck JORDAN - speculates about race.] [Black MAN, city council's Jack HENDERSON, white MAN - react to the shootings.]
(Virginia Beach: Thanh Truong) The crash yesterday of a Navy military fighter FA-18 jet into an apartment complex in the suburbs of Virginia Beach reviewed; scenes and aerial view of damages shown. [Naval Air Force Atlantic commander Adm. Ted BRANCH, US Fleet Forces Command Adm. John HARVEY- - comment on the crash.] [Residents Larry CRAIG, Sam BERTLING - react to what happened.]
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The view of Americans on faith and its political leaders examined; details given about President Obama's weekend speech about Easter and Passover. Pew Forum findings on the people's view of faith and politics cited. [OBAMA - comments on Easter.] [At a town hall, Mitt ROMNEY - talks about working with people on a personal basis.] The evolution of Obama's weekend addresses noted.
(New York: Simon Hobbs) The indications the economy may be weaker than we thought examined; details given about lower job creations for the month and how the stock market could react.
(Studio: Lester Holt) The guests on "Meet the Press' noted.
(Sanford, Florida: Terry Sanders) The legal situation with the shooting of black teenager Trayvon Martin by neighborhood watch volunteer Geroge Zimmerman updated; scenes shown of the protest march; details given about Florida's Stand Your Ground law. [Protester Christe ASHLEY- calls for Zimmerman's arrest.] [Zimmerman attorneys Craig SONNER, Hal UHRIG, Martin family attorney Benjamin CRUMP- comment on the case.] [State senator Christopher SMITH- questions the Florida law.]
(North Korea: Richard Engel) A rare journalistic visit to North Korea on the eve of a rocket launch of an observation satellite featured; details given of US questions about the launch.
(Los Angeles: Kristen Dahlgren) The educational crisis with the financial squeeze on community colleges examined; scenes shown of unrest at Santa Monica College due to high fees; details given about rising costs across the country. [Columbia University Teachers College David JENKINS- talks about the cuts in California's community college system.] [Santa Monica College student Jasmine DELGADO- talks about privatizing college education.] [President OBAMA - backs community colleges.] [California Community Colleges chancellor Jack SCOTT- calls it death by a thousand cuts.] [Santa Monica College president Dr. Chui TSANG- assesses the economic situation.]
(West Nyack, New York: Michelle Franzen) Kinkade's inspirational paintings of light featured; sample paintings shown. [Kinkade fan Evan ABRAMS, Thomas Kinkade Gallery Laureen KEAHON, three FANS - comment on his paintings.] [KINKADE - talks about foundational values.]