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(Studio: Susan Rook) Ross Perot goes to Congress on behalf of Prisoners of War.
(Washington: Carl Rochelle) Perot argues that soldiers were left behind after Vietnam, but did not provide any evidence of allegations. The Pentagon expresses doubts. [Excerpt press conference: Ross PEROT, Excerpt press conference: Senator John KERRY, (D) Massachusetts, Chairman, MIA/POW Committee, Remarks: Pete WILLIAMS, Pentagon Spokesman, Remarks: Beth STEWART, Daughter of MIA/POW, Remarks: Delores ALFOND, National Alliance of Families.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduction.
(Washington: Mary Tillotson) Bush backs $10 billion loan package to Israel, ending tension between United States and Israel. New Israeli government provides hope. [Excerpt press conference: George BUSH, Excerpt press conference: Yitzhak RABIN.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) NAFTA free trade pact is closer to reality. Pact will add 400,000 jobs according to Bush.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Senate voted to authorize use of military force in Bosnia-Hercegovina.
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Pentagon spelled out the kind of force needed to impose cease-fire and humanitarian aid. Bush refuses to lift arms embargo with Bosnia. [Excerpt press conference: Major General Barry MCCAFFREY, Joint Chiefs of Staff; Excerpt press conference: Steven HADLEY, Assistant Secretary of Defense; Interview: Major General Lewis MACKENZIE, Former United Nations Commander, Sarajevo.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) United Nations prepares to vote to use force to ensure aid. Rivals sign pact that would let women and children evacuate Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina to Croatia. More deaths in former Yugoslav Republics.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Prison run by Croatia in Bosanski Brod, Bosnia-Hercegovina.
(Zagreb, Croatia: Doug James) 400 Serbian prisoners held in school prisoners seem well treated, but seem reluctant to speak about captors. A note reads they will be killed soon. CNN was denied access to real prison where violations of Geneva Convention such as forced labor are suspected. Improvements made at camp Kerestinec in Zagreb, Croatia. [Interview: Vinko BEGIC, Croatian Leader, Interview: unnamed PRISONERS, Interview: Patrick GASSER, International Red Cross.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces report.
(Manjaca, Bosnia-Herzegovina: Christiane Amanpour) Serbian prison camps under pressure to show they are not mistreating prisoners. Red Cross is not allowed enough time to assess thissituation. Serbia insists Geneva Convention is being respected. [Interviews: unnamed PRISONERS, Remarks: Radovan KARADZIC,President of Bosnia Serbs.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Sarajevo is running out of coffins.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Report from House Judiciary Committee confirms that Justice Department stole software from INSLAW. Committee also wants to investigate mysterious death of reporter.
(Studio: Susan Rook) New Tax Bill written by Senate is expected to go through next month.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Veterans Affairs cutting mortgage and loan rates.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduction.
(Chicago, IL: Kathleen Behof) Navistar wants to slash benefits and raise premiums for retired workers. Companies insist that nothing was guaranteed. [Interview: Norman ROTH, Retired United Auto Workers Member, Interview: unnamed Navistar EMPLOYEE, Interview: unnamed General Motors EMPLOYEE.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Poverty causing millions of children to be left behind. More than 25% of children living in poverty.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces weather.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(Studio: Susan Rook) United Nations Security Council receives warning about Iraq.
(United Nations, New York: Charles Feldman) Government of Iraq is starving Kurdish population, attacking Shi'ite population, and obstructing work of aid organizations. Iraq's ambassador to the UN angry about allegations. [Remarks: Max VAN DER STOEL, Special Rapporteur, Commission on Human Rights, Remarks: Abdul Amir AL-ANBARI, Iraqi Ambassador to the UN, Remarks: Edward PERKINS, United States Ambassador to the UN, Remarks: Yuli VORONTSOV, Russian Ambassador to the UN.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Happiest people in America are married couples that continue to have sex after the age of sixty. [Remarks: Reverend Andrew GREELEY.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Agriculture department lifting ban put in place in 1971. Meat imported from around the world will be available in United States markets.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Abortion pill RU-486 has not been approved in the United States; Cancer patient received supply; Drug shows promise treating cancer.
(Washington: Andrew Holtz) RU-486 may block hormone receptors thereby stopping tumor growth. David Grow appealed to FDA and Congress. Some patients treated with RU-486 showed improvements. [Remarks: David GROW, Brain Tumor Patient, Interview: Dr. Nettleton PAYNE, David Grow's Neurosurgeon, Interview: Jim LABUS, Physician Assistant, Interview: Rep. Ron WYDEN, (D) Oregon, Interview: Dr. David KESSLER, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner, Interview: Dr. Steven GRUNBERG, Norris Cancer Center.]
(studio: Susan Rook) American Bar Association voted to affirm the right to abortion.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Senate gave final approval to bill establishing family leave for employees.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduction.
(Houston, TX: Deborah Potter) Controversial references in Republican platform changed to make it seem positive. Abortion-Rights Republicans want to change anti-abortion language in platform. [Remarks: Charles BLACK, Bush Campaign Adviser, Remarks: Rep. Vin WEBER, (R) Minnesota, Remarks: Eleanor NISSLEY, GOP Platform Committee, Remarks: Cathey MICKELS, GOP Platform Committee, Remarks: Senator John SEYMOUR, (R) California, Remarks: Joyce TERHES, GOP Platform Committee.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Bush denies report of having spent a romantic evening with an aid.
(Houston: Mary Tillotson) Bush refuses to answer CNN's questions regarding the allegations. [Excerpt press conference: President George BUSH.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Clinton sympathizes with Bush having been charged of adultery, himself.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Primaries held today in Colorado and Georgia.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Jay and Linda Hill of Galveston, Texas were convicted of killing their child by starvation.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Atlanta house for children of drug dependent mothers.
(Atlanta, GA: Brian Cabell) Granny House started two years ago. Mothers volunteer to care for children whose mothers are undergoing drug rehabilitation. Minimal government funding and run by volunteers. [Interview: Bertha ARNOLD, "Granny House" Founder, Interview: Marjorie HAYES, Volunteer, Interview: James GOLSBY, Department of Children and Family Services, Interview: Andretta ROBINSON, Future "Granny".]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces sports.
(Studio: Fred Hickman) Sports headlines include baseball.
(Studio: Susan Rook) In Bloomington, Minnesota, Mall of America might be too big.
(Bloomington, Minnesota: Margaret Lowery) Mall of America, the new largest mall in the country, opens with ceremonies and celebrity participation. Worries have been expressed about its sustainability. [Interview: Norman MCMILLAN, Retail Analyst.]