This program is 29 minutes long
(Rome: Jim Axelrod) The mass protests in Rome, Italy, at the time of President Bush's meeting with Pope Benedict XVI featured; scenes shown of their meeting and the demonstration. [BUSH - talks about the Christians in Iraq and the "loving" pope; jokes about Rome.] Bush's visit tomorrow to Albania noted.
(Studio: Thalia Assuras) Live interview held with CBS consultant Father Thomas Williams about Bush. [From Rome, WILLIAMS - says the treatment of Christians in Iraq is on the pope's mind; comments on what the pope wanted: a good working relationship with the president.]
(White House: Joie Chen) The implication of the failure of the immigration bill for President Bush examined. [BUSH - hopes there will be resolution.] ["The Rothenberg Political Report" Stuart ROTHENBERG - says Bush has little political clout left and his presidency is defensive.] [BUSH - defends outgoing Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Peter Pace; blames the climate in the Congress.]
(New York: Michelle Miller) The summer air travel forecast featured; scenes shown from the airport; details given about the outdated air traffic control system and the practice of overbooking; statistics on flight delays cited. [Two TRAVELLERS - complain.] [Aviation consultant Jim TILMON- cites weather and understaffing.]
(Damascus: Elizabeth Palmer) A college in Syria for Iraqi refugees featured; scenes shown from a private science and technology university in Damascus founded by Iraqis. [Student Hadeel al-ARADHI- worries about Iraq.] [Former Baghdad medical school professor Said al-MADFAI- says we lost everything in Baghdad.] [Student Shahd GHAILI- says everyone wanted to go home.]
(Oakland: Bill Whitaker) The shortage of counseling for students at the nation's inner city schools featured; scenes shown from Oakland, California, where the students came up with the solution of peer counseling. [Student Comiche BUNTON- worries about graduating.] [Oakland Tech High School assistant principal Staci ROSS-MORRISON, counselor Ross YOKOMURA- cite the counselor shortage.] [Student organizer Marlisa GONZALES- outlines the information talked about.]
(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The summer love in 1967 in the Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco recalled; film clips shown from "Monterey Pop" about the festival that was three days of rock music. [Columbia University sociologist Todd GITLIN, Grateful Dead guitarist Bob WEIR- recall the San Francisco counter-culture experience.]