This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Kate Snow) The Summit of the Americas conference in Quebec, Canada, that is focusing on free trade featured; scenes shown of demonstrations against free trade in Quebec City. [President BUSH - comments on open trade in our hemisphere.]
(Quebec City: John King) The status of the protests and the agenda for the leaders of the Western hemisphere conference reviewed and Bush's position on free trade discussed.
(Washington: Kate Snow) The prospects for renewed United States surveillance flights along China's Coast now that the talks between the United States and China have ended reported; details given of the United States granting of a tourist visa for Taiwan's President Lee Teng-hui.
(Washington: Kate Snow) Interview held with Time magazine's Jay Branegan about US-China relations. [BRANEGAN - explains the message President Bush is sending to China, what the travel advisory about China means and what is next in the diplomacy.]
(Washington: Kate Snow) Report introduced.
(Davenport, Iowa: Keith Oppenheim) The flooding in the upper Midwest along the Mississippi River featured; map shown of sandbagging operations in Davenport, Iowa. [Two SANDBAGGERS, Davenport director of public works Dee BRUEMMER - comment on the flood waters.]
(Washington: Kate Snow) The first anniversary of the reunion of six-year- old Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez with his father reported; scenes shown from April 22, 2000 of federal agents carrying Elian out of the Miami home; Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph shown.
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Interview held with ambassador Fernando Remirez one year after Elian. [REMIREZ - says Elian is doing well after being reunited with his father Juan Miguel and relatives; talks about Elian's near- normal life back in Cuba; says Elian has not had contact with the Miami relatives; comments on the pressure on Cuba from the US, the United States policy towards Cuba and the embargo against Cuba.] [Last year, REMIREZ - says Elian will try to return to a normal life in Cuba.]
(Washington: Kate Snow) The wildfires in Florida reported; scenes shown of the blaze.
(Washington: Kate Snow) Marine Corps video of the fatal crash of an Osprey plane last year shown.
(Washington: Kate Snow) Pentagon investigation into the errant bombing in Kuwait during a training exercise last month reported; scenes shown of the site.
(Washington: Kate Snow) The shooting down in Peru of a private plane carrying United States citizens reported.
(Washington: Kate Snow) Class action lawsuit against cellular telephone makers over claims that the radio transmissions affect users' health; New York state's consideration of banning cell phones while driving and NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) high-tech satellite pictures reported.
(Washington: Kate Snow) E-mail letters from viewers quoted.