This program is 17 minutes long
(Studio: John Roberts) Satellite images of weather patterns shown.
(New York: Thalia Assuras) The spring weather featured; scenes shown from rainy Boston and Providence, Rhode Island and tornado damage in Oklahoma. [WOMAN, WBZ-TV meteorologist Barry BURBANK, tornado VICTIM - describe the bad weather.]
(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bob Schieffer) The White House reaction to news that independent counsel Kenneth Starr is talking to the media about the grand jury testimony featured; details given of the Brill's Content magazine story that Starr has briefed reporters. ["Brill's Content" editor Steven BRILL - says Starr's office is the source of leaks.] [On "Face the Nation", law professor Jonathan TURLEY, former Congressional counsel Stanley BRAND - offer differing opinions on whether Starr did wrong.]
(Studio: John Roberts) The anniversary of President Clinton's initiative on race noted.
(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) The issue of racial dialogue examined in light of the race murder of James Byrd in Jasper, Texas, featured; scenes shown from the town. [White MINISTER - preaches.] [In Los Angeles roundtable discussion, West Los Angeles Church Bishop William BLAKE, activist Frank MORAN, businessman Bill SHEPPERD, writer Jarrette FELLOWS; Korean-American lawyer Angela Ohio - comment on race and Clinton's initiative.]
(Studio: John Roberts) The lack of any progress in the strike against General Motors reported; scenes shown of picketing in Flint, Michigan.
(Studio: John Roberts) Findings of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll on Americans's view of computers cited.
(Studio: John Roberts) The preliminary tests on humans on the weight- regulating hormone leptin that worked miracles on mice reported.
(Studio: John Roberts) Texas program for youthful offenders featured; scenes shown from the school where young criminals are given intensive correctional therapy. [In shade, juvenile murderers ALFRED, JOSE - explain how they did not care about their crimes and how they have changed.] [Giddings State School Stan DeGEROLAMI - outlines the program's approach to turn around the young men.] The call for harsher treatment of juveniles noted. [Florida attorney Harry SHORSTEIN - calls for tough prosecution of juveniles.]
(Studio: John Roberts) Agreement by Iraq and the United Nations for a speeded-up schedule for weapons inspections reported.
(Studio: John Roberts) Clash between World Cups soccer fans from England and Tunisia reported; scenes shown from Marseille, France.
(Studio: John Roberts) The first public showing in China of Manchurian tiger cubs reported; scenes shown from Beijing.