This program is 26 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) Republicans Vice President George Bush and Robert Dole reported running close race. Jack Kemp, Pete du Pont and Pat Robertson mentioned. Democrats Michael Dukakis noted being front-runner. Paul Simon and Richard Gephardt mentioned vying for second place. Report introduced.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) CBS-"New York Times" poll results given. Musician Lionel Hampton shown rehearsing for Bush rally. [BUSH - says New Hampshire will correct Iowa's mistake.] Bush quoted regarding organization [Bush's sister Jane ELLIS - phones voter.] [Dole's SISTER - phones voter.] Dole shown campaign [DOLE - comments on polls.] Robertson's New Hampshire campaign featured. [ROBERTSON - comments on situation.] [Du PONT - says is most conservative.] [KEMP - says will do well.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Democrat race discussed. Report introduced.
(Studio: Bruce Morton) Gary Hart and Simon shown campaign [SIMON - campaigns.] [DUKAKIS - comments on future.] [SIMON - says money always problematic.] campaign. workers shown visiting supporters. CBS-"New York Times" poll results discussed. Jesse Jackson shown escorting voter to polls. [Bruce BABBITT - comments on unity.] Babbitt shown visiting rival headquarters [BABBITT - quips about Simon being Vice President] Voter turnout reported substantial.
(Studio: Dan Rather, Bob Schieffer, Bruce Morton) Impact of New Hampshire primary upon Republican and Democrat cands. discussed; cands. listed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Funding problems discussed. Report introduced.
(Studio: Lesley Stahl) Cands. reported needing to win early primaries in order to receive enough funds for remaining campaign [Ex-White House political director Haley BARBOUR -comments on contributors.] Paul Simon and Richard Gephardt's debts. discussed. [Democrat media consultant Robert SQUIER - comments on campaign needs.] Simon noted leaving New Hampshire last week to attend New York City fund-raiser. [SQUIER - explains fund-raising strategies.] Jack Kemp's debt noted. [BARBOUR - says Robertson will have enough money when he campaigns. in South, while neither Kemp nor Pete du Pont will.] Michael Dukakis and Vice President George Bush reported raising millions. [Kemp campaign official Charles BLACK - comments on need for money early in campaign] Bush noted already spending half of FEC's allowed amount
(Studio: Dan Rather, Lesley Stahl) Where money spent in South discussed; cands. mentioned.
(Studio: Dan Rather) USSR reported dismantling some medium-range nuclear missiles in East Germany. INF treaty and President Reagan-general secretary Mikhail Gorbachev summit mentioned. Senator reported considering ratification of treaty.
(Studio: Dan Rather) President Reagan reported asserting Persian Gulf policy still intact even though three United States ships returning from Gulf. Report introduced.
(Santa Barbara, California: Terence Smith) Pentagon reported announcing United States Naval reductions in Persian Gulf. USS Iowa and escorts shown leaving Gulf. Carrier Okinawa and helicopters reported leaving Gulf by end of month [Secretary of State George SHULTZ - says United States policy in Gulf remains same.] White House spokesperson Marlin Fitzwater quoted from California ranch where President Reagan vacationing. Pentagon officials reported going to Iraq to discuss radar-detecting Iraqi missile being fired near United States destroyer; scenes shown. Stark incident recalled. [Defense Department spokesperson Dan HOWARD - comments on incident.] [Senator Patrick LEAHY - criticizes Persian Gulf policy.] Admin. officials quoted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) American IRA (Irish Republican Army) member William Quinn reported being sentenced to life imprisonment by London judge. Quinn noted convicted of murdering London policeman in 1975.
(Studio: Dan Rather) United States government reported expanding use of drug to treat AIDS- related infections. Critics quoted. Report introduced.
(DC: Deborah Potter) Govt. regulation, called treatment IND, reported allowing patients with life-threatening diseases like AIDS to use drugs that haven't been fully tested. Trimetrexate reported being made available free of charge to AIDS patients suffering from pneumocystis carinii pneumonia; details given, scenes shown. [Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Otis BOWEN - praises new regulation.] [Community Research Initiative spokesperson Thomas HANNAN - criticizes government's attempt to assuage AIDS sufferers' anger.] [FDA (Food and Drug Administration) Commissioner Dr. Frank YOUNG - defends program.] Sources quoted regarding other drug to be approved for AIDS-related blindness. AIDS patient quoted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) railroad engineer Ricky Gates reported pleading guilty of manslaughter for 1987 Amtrak accident in Towson, MD. Charges listed; details given of crash, scenes shown. Prosecutors noted dropping other counts of manslaughter. Punishments facing Gates listed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) New Orleans, Louisiana, police quoted regarding Mardi Gras crowds; details given, scenes shown.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Reporter Peter Van Sant's 1986 story about magazine used for contract killers' ads. recalled. Report introduced.
(Houston, Texas: Peter Van Sant) Sandra Black reported murdered in dining room while bringing in groceries; details given, scenes shown. Hit man reported hired by husband after he saw ad in "Soldier of Fortune" magazine [Mother Marjorie EIMANN - says prays.] Black's family reported suing magazine and publisher Robert Brown. Lawsuit detailed. [EIMANN - blames magazine for daughter's death.] Convicted hit man John Wayne Hearn's advertisement illus. Hearn quoted on screen regarding response to ad. Hearn reported being contacted to murder Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney and to destroy Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh's Oregon compound. [Plaintiff's attorney Ronald FRANKLIN - blames magazine] [BROWN - maintains magazine's innocence.] Impact of case discussed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Susan Spencer) New Hampshire campaign featured. [In 1980, President REAGAN - says is paying for microphone.] Cands. shown campaign [Jack KEMP - says was in eighth grade once.] [Paul SIMON - meets voters.] [WOMAN - laughs at Simon.] Cands. shown performing other jobs in front of cameras. [MAN - praises Vice President George Bush.] Media coverage of New Hampshire primary discussed. [VOTER - says has to make up mind before entering polling place.]