This program is 25 minutes long
(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Report introduced.
(Sarajevo: Mike Hanna) The United States military's arrival in Bosnia presented. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Major Thomas MOYER - comments on the flares dropped by a C-130.] [Representatives Jane HARMAN, J. Dennis HASTERT - comment.]
(Washington: Kathleen Koch) Americans preparing for Bosnia featured; scenes shown of soldiers' packing and saying goodbye to family members. [Senator Kay Bailey HUTCHISON - says she will do all she can to bring the troops home.] [US Army Captain Tom SALO, SOLDIER - comment on an early Christmas.] [President CLINTON - makes an official statement.] [Lieutenant Colonel Bronco LANE, On Meet the Press, Vice President Al GORE, Majority Leader Senator Robert DOLE - comment.]
(Studio: Joe Oliver) No word yet on two French pilots who were downed over Bosnia reported despite pressure from France.
(Studio: Joe Oliver) Report introduced.
(White House: Clair eShipman) The budget controversy between the White House and Congressional Republicans updated; scenes shown. [President CLINTON - says the Republican budget hurts the elderly, children and the poor.] [Majority Leader Senator Robert DOLE - accuses the President of theatrics.] [On "Meet the Press", Vice President Al GORE, House Speaker Newt GINGRICH - politick.]
(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Whitewater committee chairman Senator Alfonse D'amato's desire to see notes taken in a meeting between President Clinton and his private attorneys outlined.
(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) Vice President Al Gore's comments on Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary's globetrotting trips at tax payer expense outlined. A statement of defense by O'Leary quoted.
(Studio: Joe Oliver) The death of New York subway token clerk Henry Kaufman from burns suffered when two robbers set his booth on fire reported.
(Studio: Joe Oliver) The winter weather across the nation reported; scenes shown in Buffalo, New York and Atlanta, Georgia.
(Studio: Ted Textor) The weather forecast for the US, Europe and Asia given.
(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) The first data from the Galileo space probe outlined.
(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) The awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to British physicist Josef Rotblatt shown.
(Studio: Joe Oliver) Early pullout by Israel from the town of Nablus, West Bank, reported; scenes shown of Palestinians celebrating the end of occupation. Israeli acting Prime Minister Shimon Peres's meeting with President Clinton Monday announced.
(Studio: Jeanne Meserve) A memorial service in New York for Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin attended by Israeli acting Prime Minister Shimon Peres and Vice President Al Gore outlined. [PERES - speaks to the people.]
(Studio: Barry LeBrock) Various games shown and scores updated.