This program is 25 minutes long
(Selma, Alabama: John Cochran) The campaigning by Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in Alabama featured; scenes shown from black churches in Selma and of former President Bill Clinton here to rally support for Hillary among black voters. [OBAMA, CLINTON - campaign on civil rights.] [On the street, black WOMAN, Representative Artur DAVIS - comment on the candidates.]
(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.
(Washington: Sonya Crawford) The predicament for the African American voter in this choice between Hillary and Obama examined; scenes shown from Selma; details given about the strong loyalty to the Clintons. [Representative John LEWIS - says he is torn between the two.] [ABC News political director Mark HALPERIN- cites the importance of the black vote.]
(Islamabad, Pakistan: David Wright) Charges that US soldiers fired on Afghan civilians after an attack on an American convoy on the eve of a planned Taliban offensive featured; scenes shown from the streets and of shelling in Kunar province. [Center on International Cooperation Barnett RUBIN- says killing civilians breeds resentment.]
(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) The latest step in the new security operation to bring Baghdad, Iraq, under control featured; details given about the push into Sadr City, the stronghold of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, how much calmer Baghdad seems during the day and the situation in Kurdistan in the north.
(Washington: John Hendren) Tomorrow's House hearings about the treatment of the wounded troops at Walter Reed Army Medical Center previewed; details given about the several probes starting up. [Retired Army Lt. Brady VAN ENGELEN- talks about the bureaucratic backlog.] [Senator Charles SCHUMER - says Walter Reed is our crown jewel.]
(Enterprise, Alabama: Steve Osunsami) The aftermath of the tornado in Enterprise, Alabama, featured; scenes shown of church services. [College Avenue Church minister Keith ELLIS- preaches about what happened.] [Resident Jan MURRAY, student Amy McKEAN- comment.]