This program is 29 minutes long
(Vatican: Seth Doane) The visit by Pope Francis to the island of Lesbos, Greece, where refugees are kept in a detention camp, featured; scenes & photos shown of the Syrian refugees & the pope in Lesbos & three Syrian Moslem families taken to Italy. [REFUGEES - react to this dream.] The pope's meeting with presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at the Vatican discussed. [In interview, SANDERS - talks about his meeting.]
(Washington: Julianna Goldman) The victory by Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz over Donald Trump in Wyoming & the campaign featured; details given about the splintered party. [TRUMP - criticizes the Republican "system."] [RNC chairman Reince PRIEBUS - responds.] [CRUZ - predicts a battle in Cleveland; asks us to unite.]
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The second earthquake in Japan after one on Thursday featured; scenes shown from Kumamoto of the damages, rescue efforts, landslides & people outside.
(Denver: Barry Petersen) The severe weather featured; scenes shown of snow in Colorado, tornadoes in the Southwest, hail in Texas & Kansas. [MAN, WEATHERMAN, kid Joe RILEY - comment on the weather.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Ed Curren) The storm forecast with more snow & severe weather in the Soutwest resented; weather maps shown.
(Miami: David Begnaud) The deadly mauling by a tiger of Florida zookeeper Stacey Konwiser reviewed; scenes of the Malayan tigers & photos of Konwiser shown. [Palm Beach zoo's Naki CARTER - comments on this tragic occurrence of Stacey's death.] [Wildlife sanctuary's Mark McCARTHY - talks about the power of tigers.]
(Studio: Jericka Duncan) New baseball rules on interference, obstruction & collision while sliding examined; baseball field video shown. [CBSSports.com Jonah CAREY - says these rules prevent injuries.] [Houston Astros manager A.J. HINCH - reacts to the technicality.] A statement from Major League Baseball on the rule quoted.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) The injury to a fan at Tropicana Field from a foul ball that went through the safety netting reported; photo shown.