This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Ti-Hua Chang) The manhunt in New York state for two escaped prisoners, David Sweat@ & Richard Matt@, featured; photos shown; details given about how they got out of the prison. [Governor Andrew CUOMO - comments on their extraordinary act.]
(Studio: Mark Albert) The incident at the Penway Park baseball stadium in which a fan was injured by a flying broken bat featured; scenes & photos shown of the play & the injured woman shown. [Two FANS, Mayor Marty WALSH - react to what happened.]
(Englewood, Colorado: Adriana Diza) The arrest on domestic violence charges of John Bowlen@, son of the owner of the Denver Broncos, examined; 911 call from his girlfriend & Bowlen played. Past domestic violence incidents involving NFL players noted. [In April, NFL commissioner Roger GOODELL - talks about our policy.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod; Washington: John Dickerson) The Republican presidential candidate field that needs to be winnowed down & the future for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, whose fortunes are now at a low ebb, discussed.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Dickerson's first day tomorrow as host of "Face the Nation" noted.
(No location given: Vinita Nair) The big business of Asian Indian weddings in the Us featured; scenes shown of sample festivities. [Anie SAUNDERS?- talks about the money.] [Marriott multi-cultural affairs vice president Apur BIGANDI?- comments on the Indian weddings.] [Engaged, Neal PATEL, Nisha MUMAR?- comment on Indian weddings.]
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The survival story of Cinders, the bear who lived through a wildfire in Washington state, presented; scenes shown of the bear being treated & released back into the wild. [Washington state biologist Rich BOSOLAIS?- talks about the bear's gruesome injuries & how her recovery helped those who lost in the fire.]