This program is 29 minutes long
(Selma: Kristen Welker) 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 & from the Edmund Pettis Bridge in 1965. [Representative John LEWIS, OBAMA, two MARCHERS, activists H.K. MATHEWS@, Jerry HARRISON@, slain marcher's daughter Mary MUSA?- speak about the marches.] [OBAMA - asks Congress to restore the Voting Rights law.]
(New York: Anne Thompson) The reaction in Madison, Wisconsin, to the police shooting last night 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@- says Robinson was unarmed; calls for public remorse.]
(Istanbul: Richard Engel) The fight around Tikrit between the Iraq army led by Iranian advisers against ISIS featured; scenes shown of artifacts being desecrated. [Joint Chiefs chairman Gen. Martin DEMPSEY - speaks about Iranian fighters in Tikrit.] [UNESCO director-general Irina BOKOVA@- condemns the destruction: cultural cleansing.]
(Des Moines: Kelly O'Donnell) The Iowa gathering of Republicans with attention to Jeb Bush & the 2016 campaign & the agriculture issue featured; scenes shown from Des Moines; details given about the issue of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's e-mails. [BUSH, Governor Scott WALKER - speak about immigration.] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - comments.] [Senator Ted CRUZ - speaks about Clinton.]
(Studio: Peter Alexander) Further coverage of the issue on "Meet the Press" noted.
(Chicago: John Yang) The warning against caffeine powder use examined; details given about the death of high school athlete Logan Stiner, who died from the dietary supplement & from the family's lawsuit against unregulated caffeine. [Logan's moTher Katie STINER%- calls for a ban on powdered caffeine.] [Stiner family attorney Brian BALSER@- says this product kills.] [Nationwide Children's Hospital Dr. Henry SPILLER@- talks about the dosage.]
(No location given: Josh Elliott) A "Dateline" story on the harrowing escape of people from a California wildfire in October 2003 near San Diego presented; fire scenes shown. [Survivors Melanie, Laurie, Lindy BLONTAY?- recount what happened during the fire.]
(Studio: Peter Alexander) Further coverage of the fire story on "Dateline" noted.
(Chengdu, China: Ian Williams) The good news for China's giant pandas as their population increases examined; panda scenes shown; statistics cited. [Chengdu Panda Research Base's James AYALA@- talks about the panda census.] [China Conservation & Research Centre for the Giant Panda ZHANG Hemin@- comments on the pandas.]