This program is 28 minutes long
(Baghdad: Terry McCarthy) New intelligence that two of the three US soldiers captured in Iraq are still alive featured; photos shown of Pfc. Joseph Anzack, Pvt. Byron Fouty and Spc. Alex Jimenez; statement from multinational forces-Iraq commander Gen. David Petraeus about the link to Al Qaeda in Iraq quoted; scenes shown of British Prime Minister Tony Blair meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Baghdad. [BLAIR - says there are mortar attacks every day.] [On BBC, voice of former President Jimmy CARTER - criticizes British support of President Bush in Iraq.]
(Greensburg, Kansas: Eric Horng) The graduation day in Greensburg, Kansas, shortly after the tornado destroyed the town featured; scenes shown of the ceremonies for the class of 2007. [SENIOR, co-valedictorian Kelsey HEFT, graduate ShaRae WADEL, principal Randy FULTON- comment.]
(Studio: Jeremy Schaap) The efforts by Tour de France cycling winner Floyd Landis to clear his name of doping charges featured; details given about his suspension, the hearing of the appeal from Landis for reinstatement and the charges by former cyclist Greg LeMond that Landis's manager threatened him about his childhood sexual abuse. [LeMOND - comments on the intimidation.] ["Velonews" reporter Jason SUMNER- says the case will come down to the science.]
(Washington: Liz Marlantes) The dual graduation speeches at the University of New Hampshire by former Presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton, who have become friends during the last few years, featured; details given about the politics. [CLINTON, BUSH - joke.] [Presidential historian Robert DALLEK- says the friendship is valuable to Senator Hillary Clinton's campaign.] [Former presidential adviser David GERGEN - says we have had a Bush or Clinton in the White House for the last 26 years.]
(Tokyo: Mark Litke) A solution to the problem for sushi lovers in that the population of bluefish tuna is shrinking featured; scenes shown from the Tokyo fish market, a sushi bar and of the expermiental program to breed the tuna in tanks.