This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Frank Sesno) The fifth anniversary of the assassination of Israeli leader Yitzhak Rabin amidst continuing violence between Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank reported; scenes shown of the candlelight vigil in Tel Aviv; details given of plans for Palestinian Authority leader Yasir Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak to travel to Washington for separate meetings with President Clinton. [BARAK - comments on peace.] [Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb EREKAT - says peace is a need for Israelis and Palestinians.] Interviews held with Palestinian observer to the UN Nasser al-Kidwa and former Rabin advisor Yoram Peri. [PERI - says Arafat will try to get a better deal.] [al-KIDWA - says the Palestinians suffer from Israeli aggression.]
(Jerusalem: Fionnuala Sweeney) The Internet battle between Israelis and Palestinians examined. [Former Israeli hacker Mickey BUZAGLO - explains why he hacked into hizballa.org.] [Palnet CEO Maan BSEISO - says nobody can stop people from talking.] [Counterhacker "MANNY" - says hacking is all war games.]
(Studio: Frank Sesno) Poll results concerning the presidential race between Vice President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush given. Interview held with "The Washington Post" political reporter Tom Edsall. [BUSH, GORE - campaign.] [EDSALL - says the corporations have taken control of both parties; says many political trends stopped five years ago; talks about Green Party candidate Ralph Nader's possible effect on the election.]
(Studio: Frank Sesno) The Yugoslav Parliament's approval of Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica's new cabinet reported.
(Studio: Frank Sesno) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Elizabeth Cohen) The lawsuit concerning a clinical study for a drug intended for AIDS patients reported; details given of the Journal of the American Medical Association article on the failure of the drug Remune. [University of California, San Francisco Dr. James KAHN - says he is being intimidated because he published his AIDS drug study results.] [Immune Response Corporation CEO Dennis CARLO - criticizes Kahn's study.] ["New England Journal of Medicine" Dr. Jerome KASSIRER - comments on medical ethics.]
(Atlanta: Chad Myers) The national weather reviewed; map shown of weather systems. Three-day temperatures by city listed.