This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Los Angeles residents go back to work and school.
(Los Angeles: Patti Paniccia) Shows examples of life returning to normal in Los Angeles.
(Studio: Susan Rook) The White House promises $600 million to help L.A. rebuild and President Bush sends a team to investigate need for aid.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) L.A. courtrooms and jails are overcrowded.
(Los Angeles: Ann McDermott) After nearly 12,000 arrests, L.A. court system must work around the clock.
(Studio: Susan Rook) More protests around the United States in connection to L.A. riots.
[Interview: unnamed CITIZENS, Excerpt speech: Mayor Tom BRADLEY, Los Angeles, Excerpt press conference: President George BUSH, Interview: Lorraine JERO, Defendant's girlfriend, Interview: Arthur WARREN, Attorney.]
(Washington: Jamie McIntyre) Uninsured small businesses rely on the Small Business Administration, which distributes low interest loans, to help them rebuild. Citizens are also eligible for grants and emergency housing from FEMA. [Interview: Alfred JUDD, Small Business Administration, Interview: Lynn SKYNEAR, owner, Skynear and Co.]
(Washington: Andrew Hotz) Researchers attempts to uncover reasons of growing violent crime in modern society. [Interview: Dr. Bikram PAUL, Washington Hospital Center, Interview: Dr. Arthur KELLERMANN, University of Tennessee, Interview: Dr. Beverly COLEMANN-MILLER, Interview: Paul BLACKMAN, Ph.D., National Rifle Association, Interview: Betsy ROSS, wife of victim.]