This program is 28 minutes long
(Ft. Wayne, Indiana: Jacob Rascon) The campaigning in Indiana by Trump & Ted Cruz featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [CRUZ - campaigns.] [MAN - criticizes insider politics.] [TRUMP - comments on Hillary.] [On NBC, CRUZ - refuses to support Trump.]
(Detroit: Kristen Welker) The Democratic race in Indiana featured. [SANDERS - promises a contested convention.] [CLINTON - comments on the reality; criticizes Trump policies.] [At correspondents' dinner, President OBAMA - says someone else will be here; jokes about Hillary.] A report that Malia Obama will attend Harvard in 2017 noted.
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Gabe Gutierrez) The economic trouble in Puerto Rico with the island defaulting on its debt examined; economic statistics cited. [Student Alejandro MONTANAR- worries about going back home; states Puerto Rico is being forgotten.] [Hospital Assn. president Dr. Jaime RIVERA- says we are hanging on the cliff.] [Dr. Yolanda PAGAN - says Puerto Rico is sick.]
(Iowa, Louisiana: Janet Shamlian) The relentless rainstorms in the South featured; scenes shown from flooded Louisiana.
(White House: Ron allen) The end of the tense protests in the "green zone" Of Baghdad, Iraq, demanding a change in political leadership examined; scenes shown from Baghdad; details given about the US concern about the campaign against ISIS. [AP correspondent Susannah GEORGE†- talks about the crisis in Iraq.]
(No location given: Anne Thompson) Activist Berrigan's role in the 1960s anti-war movement reviewed; scenes shown of the Berrigan brothers; details given about his place in the American culture. [BERRIGAN - comments.]
(Washington: Morgan Radford) The story of Victoria Lye, who gave up a law career to open an ice cream shop, presented; scenes shown from her ice Cream Jubilee store. [LYE - talks about her love of ice cream.] ["Washington Post" Becky KRYSTAL- says the career change is popular.]
(Jordan: Kelly Cobiella) The war stories of photographer Giles Dooley, a triple amputee from a land mine, featured; scenes shown of him in Jordan documenting the refugee crisis for the U.N. & of select photos. [DOOLEY - explains his philosophy of life.]