This program is 26 minutes long
(White House: Kristen Welker) The latest fallout from the trial of George Zimmerman for the death of Trayvon Martin featured; scenes shown of protests in Houston and across the nation; details given about the issue of Stand Your Ground laws. [On Friday, President OBAMA - says we should examine state and local laws.] [On CNN, Senator John McCAIN - calls the legislation controversial.] A statement from Arizona Governor Jan Brewer in support of stand you ground quoted. [Black Caucus/Representative Marcia FUDGE- says you cannot legislate against racism.] [On "Meet the Press," talk show host Tavis SMILEY, Harvard law school Charles OGLETREE, professor Michael Eric DYSON - offer differing opinions on whether Obama was pushed to speak about race.]
(New York: Michelle Franzen) The search in East Cleveland for more victims of a serial killer featured; scenes shown from the sites, volunteers searching; details given about the arrest of Michael Madison, who may have been inspired by convicted killer Anthony Sowell, the "Cleveland Strangler." [East Cleveland police Chief Ralph SPOTTS- says the killings were in a 6-10 days period.] [Mayor Gary NORTON- says it was one person.] [Former FBI profiler Clint VAN ZANDT- raises questions about the crime.]
(Arlington, Texas: Charles Hadlock) The investigation into the death of a woman, Rosie Esfarza, on a roller coaster in Texas at Six Flags Over Texas reviewed; scenes shown of the Texas Giant ride now shut down. [Witnesses Carmen BROWN, Nadine KELLEY- describe what happened on the ride.] A statement from Six Flags quoted. [Amusement park ride safety expert Ken MARTIN- says there is no oversight of rides.] The repeated call from Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey for amusement ride legislation noted.
(Palm Springs: Miguel Almaguer) The wildfires in California updated; scenes shown from near Palm Springs where flood waters have helped the firefighters douse flames, flames and Smoke.
(Cairo: Ayman Mohyeldin) The fighting in Syria between the military and rebels and among the rebels reviewed; scenes shown of the fighting and the refugee camp in Jordan where a refugee told the family's story; statistics on casualties and refugees cited.
(Rome: Anne Thompson) The visit by Pope Francis to Brazil featured; scenes shown of celebrations on World Youth Day where the pope comes to reenergize the Catholic Church and of recent anti-government protests in Brazil; details given about the cost of the papal trip and the growing Pentecostal movement in Brazil. ["National Catholic Reporter" Father Thomas REESE- talks about the pope, the gospel and the local dispute.]
(Washington: Diana Olick) The impact of rising mortgage rates on house hunting examined; scenes shown from Atlanta; statistics cited. [Home seekers Michelle and Isaiah HUNTER- complain about cost.] [Mortgage analyst Mark HANSON- expresses concern about demand now.] [Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE - calls for monitoring the housing market.] [Seeking refinancing, Justin ERDMAN- says we missed the boat.]
(London: Keir Simmons) The ongoing wait in Britain for the birth of the royal baby featured; scenes shown from outside St. Mary's Hospital and of the pregnant Kate Middleton.
(New Orleans: Kevin Tibbles) The birthday celebration in New Orleans for jazz trumpet icon 102-year-old Lionel Ferbos featured; scenes and past photos shown. [FERBOS - speaks about music, segregation, integration and a colored president.] [Tulane University Matt SAKAKEENY, band leader Lars EDEGRAN- talk about Lionel's traditional style.] 5;:58:30Good Night