This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) "Miami Herald" reported announcing presidential candidate Gary Hart allegedly received secret campaign funds from California video producer. Report introduced.
(Des Moines, Iowa: Eric Engberg) Hollywood, California, video producer Stuart Karl reported giving Gary Hart campaign funds in 1984 and 1988 president elecs. Karl noted producing Jane Fonda's aerobic videos. Hart campaign worker Dennis Walto mentioned being secretly on Karl's payroll while working for Hart. Walto's salary noted not reported to federal election officials. Walto shown evading press in Iowa. Walto's statement to "Miami Herald" quoted. Hart campaign workers quoted. [Ex-federal election commissioner William OLDAKER - says Karl broke law.] [HART - pleads ignorance.] Karl noted refusing comment. Karl and Hart's relationship discussed. Karl aide quoted. Cancelled checks shown. Issue's impact on Hart discussed.
(Studio: Dan Rather; Iowa: Eric Engberg) Allegations' effects upon Hart's performance in Iowa caucuses speculated. Hart quoted. Pol. opponent possibly being responsible for leak noted. Donna Rice scandal mentioned.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(DC: Bill Plante) President Reagan and staff reported urging more aid to Contras at White House function. Reagan quoted. [REAGAN - comments on aid to Contras issue.] Possibilities of Gulf of Mexico war discussed. [REAGAN - compares Persian Gulf to Gulf of Mexico.] Reagan's proposal to Congress detailed. [Representative Jim WRIGHT - says Reagan doesn't want peaceful settlement.] White House sources quoted. Senator Christopher Dodd mentioned also criticizing Reagan proposal. White House spokesperson Marlin Fitzwater quoted on screen regarding Dodd and other Democrats condemning Reagan's proposal. [DODD - calls Reagan policy desperate.] White House strategy detailed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Israeli troops reported killing Palestinians believed to have been Lebanese guerrillas. Defense minister Yitzhak Rabin quoted. Israeli troops mentioned laying aside arms and employing clubs instead. Report introduced.
(W. Bank, Israel: Bob Simon) Rabin's new riot control policy discussed; Rabin quoted. Israeli troops shown firing tear gas into crowds and forcing shops open. [Regional commander General Amram MITZNA - says policy will return normalcy to situation.] [MAN - comments on troops.] [Ramallah, ice cream VENDOR - comments on business] Curfew's impact discussed. Women shown attempting to purchase food. Israeli strategy outlined.
(Studio: Dan Rather) British independent television ITN reported announcing North Ireland's IRA obtained USSR missiles from Libya's Muammar el-Kadhafi.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Policeman quoted regarding survivors of Durango, Colorado, plane crash. Report introduced.
(Durango, Colorado: Bob McNamara) Durango plane crash featured; details given, scenes shown. [Survivor Peter SCHAUER - says plane crash occurred without warning.] Rescue efforts reviewed; scenes shown. [MAN - describes scene.] Schauer reported walking several miles in snow to alert authorities of crash. Schauer quoted regarding possible pilot error. [SCHAUER - describes feelings after crash.] Type of commuter plane discussed. Possible reasons for crash listed. [RESCUER -says is surprised at number of survivors.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Labor Department reported announcing consumer price index for 1987. Inflation, energy and consumer prices illustration Commerce Department reported announcing hsing. starts and building permit figs.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Census bureau report on number of children living in single parent families illustration; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) NYC's Project Return featured. Report introduced.
(NYC: Rita Braver) Millie Figueroa and Ed Burkett's efforts to find needle-sharing AIDS victims in Harlem, New York, featured. [BURKETT - explains safe sex.] Outreach workers reported attempting to find addicts and assocs. so sexual and drug habits can be studied. Saint Claire's hospital in Manhattan, New York, featured. [AIDS victim Morris RAMOS - comments on difficulty of reaching drug abusers.] Ramos noted dying shortly after interview. [Med. dir. Dr. Debra SPICEHANDLER - says education is only way to fight AIDS.] [BURKETT - discusses AIDS prevention with drug abusers.] [Recovering heroin addict Phyllistine WOODSON - says can't remember how many needles he shared or sexual partners he had last year] Difficulty of finding drug addicts discussed. [Providence, Rhode Island, outreach worker Joe SMITH - interviews addict "Tom" about drug and sexual habits.] Program's goal discussed. [AIDS researcher Dr. Don Des JARLAIS - comments on program.] [WOODSON - comments on AIDS.] [MAN - comments on AIDS' spread.] [Drug user/AIDS VICTIM - comments on AIDS.] Outreach program's impact discussed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Supreme Court reported ruling schools receiving federal aid for disabled students can't exclude emotionally unbalanced students from classroom; details given.
(Studio: Dan Rather) San Diego, California, jury reported ruling against parents of Honda ATV victim; details given, scenes shown. Reagan administration's Consumer Prods. Safety Commission noted recently banning some ATV sales.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Beirut, Lebanon, Shiite Moslems reported ending siege of Palestinian refugee camps in support of Palestinians in occupied Israel. Syrian soldiers mentioned moving into area. Shiite leader Nabih Berri quoted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Anglican envoy Terry Waite's kidnapping reviewed. National prayer day reported being held in Great Britain for Waite. Report introduced. (London, England: Allen Pizzey) South Beirut, Lebanon, scenes shown. Prayer service for Waite shown. [Johns Hopkins Univ. spokesperson Fouad AJAMI - says Waite's kidnappers want money.] Waite's instructions regarding ransoms explained. Anglican church leaders reported giving money to men who claimed contact with kidnappers; details given, scenes shown. Waite's disappearance discussed. USSR dipl.'s family member being kidnapped reviewed. Waite's efforts outlined. [Ex-hostage David JACOBSEN - praises Waite.] Waite's dealings with United States government and Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North mentioned. [WAITE - talks of peace in 1987.] Waite's risks discussed. Syria mentioned refusing to patrol parts of Beirut. [Archbishop of Canterbury Robert RUNCIE - prays for Waite.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) American hostages in Lebanon listed on screen.