This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Heavy NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) bombing attack in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, reported.
(Nis: Ron Claiborne) NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) air strike against Nis, Yugoslavia, featured; scenes shown from a damaged civilian neighborhood with dead people in the street.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The return home of released soldiers Steven Gonzales and Christopher Stone shown.
(No location given: Jon Alpert) ABC News exclusive coverage of the bus ride out of Yugoslavia for the soldiers and Jesse Jackson featured; scenes shown from on board the business [JACKSON - comments.] [On the bus ride, Spc. GONZALES, S/sergeant STONE, S/sergeant Andrew RAMIREZ - talk about what they want upon reaching home and what happened after they were shot at and captured; describe their reaction after they were taken and to now being freed.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The question of where the soldiers were when they were captured raised.
(Pentagon: John McWethy) The Army's view that the patrol was inside Macedonia examined; details given of the context of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) ground patrols at the time the men were captured. [1st Infantry Division commander Major General David GRANGE - says the vehicle was in Macedonia; affirms the integrity of the patrol.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The historic verdict in the Jenny Jones show trial introduced.
(Chicago: Jim Williams) The verdict in the negligence trial featured; scenes shown from the Michigan courtroom; details given of the show in which Scott Amedure revealed he had a secret crush on Jonathan Schmitz, who later shot Amedure to death. [Amedure family attorney Geoffrey FIEGER - says the show caused a death.] ["Chicago Sun-Times" Phil ROSENTHAL - says all these talk shows are reviewing their business practices.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Conviction of Marine pilot Captain Richard Ashby for obstruction of justice in the case in which his plane cut through a ski gondola cable in Italy reported.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bob Woodruff) Declaration of innocence by scientist Wen Ho Lee in the case of leaking nuclear secrets from Los Alamos National Laboratory to China examined; details given of Lee's claim of a long relationship with the FBI. [Senator Richard SHELBY - accuses the FBI of sloppy work.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Unemployment figures for the month cited.
(No location given: Betsy Stark) The productivity squeeze on workers in this time of a tight job market examined; details given of a Families and Work Institution study on the work day. [Working mother Lisa FOLTON - says she was missing her kids' lives.] [US West David BIEGIE - cites the competitive nature of the telephone industry.] The companies' view that the productivity solution is to get more out of the workers explained. [Center for Work and Family Mindy FRIED - cites job stress.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report that snowboarding is the fastest growing sport reported.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Mud-caked girl rescued by a deputy after the Oklahoma tornado shown.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Flying in the 1920s featured; film shown from the barnstorming days of primitive aviation after World War I. [Pilot Duke LEDBETTER, historian Tim CROUCH, Lindbergh biographer Scott BERG, Elinor Smith SULLIVAN - recall the life in the air in the 1920s.] The May 1927 flight of Charles Lindbergh across the Atlantic recalled.