This program is 29 minutes long
(Selma: Bill Plante) The march in Selma, Alabama, on the 50th anniversary of the 1965 attempt to cross the bridge featured; scenes shown of the march with President Obama & his family & from the Edmund Pettis Bridge in 1965. [Representative John LEWIS, OBAMA, marcher John JOHNSON - speak about changes.] What Obama said in the CBS interview outlined. [In interview, OBAMA - talks about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's e-mails, the administration's transparency.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Further coverage of Bill Plante's interview with Obama noted.
(Studio: Jericka Duncan) The reaction in Madison, Wisconsin, to the police shooting by Matt Kenny% of an unarmed black teen, Tony Robinson, featured; scenes shown of protesters & the house where the shooting took place. [Police Chief Mike KOVAL@, mother Andrea IRWIN%- comment.]
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The British billboard campaign against domestic violence examined; scenes shown of the billboard of beaten women; domestic violence statistics cited. [Women's Aid Sian HAWKINS%- talks about the issue.] [Ad agency's Ross NEAL - explains how the billboard engages people.]
(Fairbanks: Lee Cowan) The tough sledding for Alaska's Iditarod dog sled race due to the warm winter weather with low snow totals featured; scenes shown of the race that had to be moved. [Alaskan Dave MONTAN - talks about the weather & how it is hard for the musher.] [Fur gallery store owner Melanie HOESINGER?- comments on business.]
(New York: Lauren Lyster) The impact of potholes on cars across the nation examined; scenes shown from the roads in different states; pothole statistics cited. [Several MOTORISTS - worry.] [Pothole repair company Steve RICH - talks business.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Selma: Bill Plante) Some thoughts from the reporter who was in Selma 50 years ago for the non-violent protests presented; scenes shown from Selma & Montgomery in 1965 that led to the Voting Rights bill.