This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.
(Washington: David Ensor) The United States government's release of World War II documents about Nazi intelligence officers who were hired by the West to help against the Soviet KGB examined; details given of information about the role of then-US intelligence chief Allen Dulles, of the mysterious disappearance of Gestapo chief Heinrich Muller and of a file indicating Adolf Hitler's personal physician considered Hitler on the border between genius and insanity. [American University Richard BREITMAN - says hiring them was a tremendous mistake.] [Justice Department Eli ROSENBAUM - says Nazi criminals were the winners of the Cold War.] [University of Virginia Timothy NAFTALI - says a group of German intelligence officers "recreated themselves."]
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Call from the International War Crimes prosecutor Carla Del Ponte for the United States to arrest the two main war crimes suspects, Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic, still at large reported. [In interview with Christiane Amanpour, DEL PONTE - says former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic could be indicted on charges of genocide.]
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) The Navy's resumption of bombing exercises on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico, despite protests reported; scenes shown of protestors.
(Vieques: John Zarrella) The protests on Vieques Island reviewed; scenes shown of security police and demonstrators.
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with Michael Deaver about his book on President Ronald Reagan entitled A Different Drummer. [DEAVER - compares the times of the first 100 days of the presidencies of Reagan and George W. Bush; comments on the similarities and differences between Reagan and President Bill Clinton; disagrees with the view of author Edmund Morris about Reagan after the assassination attempt; talks about the relationship between Reagan and his wife, Nancy and about his disease, which leaves him in a world of his own.] [REAGAN - gives speech about "slipping the surly bonds of earth."]
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) The funeral for missionary Veronica Bowers and her daughter, Charity, who were killed when their plane was shot down over Peru, reported; scenes shown.
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Crash in Canada of bus carrying school children reported; scenes shown.
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) The rise in the stock market following the release of GDP figures reported. "Stock Market Report".
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) The citation of Texas college student Jenna Bush for alcohol possession reported.
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) The feud between NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and Russia over the latter's plans to launch the spacecraft carrying American businessman Dennis Tito reported.
(Moscow: Jill Dougherty) Tito's flight previewed; scenes shown of Tito in training in Russia. [TITO - says he wants a chance to fly around the planet; indicates private citizens will take the experience of space and relate it back to common person; talks about his payment schedule.]
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) E-mail letters from viewers quoted.