This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Chip Reid) The investigation into the targeting by the IRS of conservative organizations like the Tea Party that seek tax-exempt status examined. [Tea Party attorney Jay SEKULOW - comments on the IRS letters.] [March 22, 2012, at hearings, then-IRS Cmsnr. Doug SHULMAN- testifies there is no targeting.] [Voice of IRS exempt organizations director Lois LERNER- talks about their "advocacy."]
(Studio: Don Dahler) The spacewalk by two astronauts to repair an ammonia coolant leak on the International Space Station examined; scenes shown from inside and outside the space station. [Space expert Bill HARWOOD - comments on the problem.]
(Cleveland: Terrell Brown) The questions about police handling of kidnap cases in Cleveland in light of the discovery of the three kidnapped women examined; scenes shown from the homes of Gina DeJesus and Amanda Berry; details given about the police investigation of Michelle Knight, who went missing in 2002. [City councilman Michael POLENSEK- comments on Knight's case.] [Police Chief Mike McGRATH -defends police diligence.] The fact there are 107 open cases noted.
(Islamabad; Elizabeth Palmer) The elections in Pakistan to choose a prime minister and members of parliament examined; scenes shown of the candidates former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and cricket star Imran Khan and of the site of a bombing targeting the secular party; details given about what the voters want. [Khan supporter "MANSOUR" - comments.] The fall Khan suffered at a rally discussed.
(Colorado Springs: Manuel Bojorquez) The visit to the US by Britain's Prince Harry, who is a captain in the air corps, featured; scenes shown of him in Colorado with wounded US service members competing in sports and earlier in Washington, DC. [Wounded service woman Maurillia SIMPSON††, S/Sgt. Joe MORGAN - comment on Harry.] [Prince HARRY - speaks about the military.] Harry's plans to visit the areas in New Jersey damaged by superstorm Sandy noted.
(Los Angeles: Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson) Los Angeles urban gardener Ron Finley profiled; scenes shown from a curbside garden in south central L.A. [FINLEY - speaks about the south central food desert; says it is about shovels rather than guns.] [Resident/chef student Terrence SATLER- talks about Ron's garden.]