This program is about 1 hour long
(Thailand: Jim Clancy) King urges prime minister and opposition leaders to work toward peace.
[Interview: unnamed THAI CITIZENS.]
[Interview: Mary HULSLANDER, Coleman's mother.]
(White House: Mary Tillotson) Vice President Dan Quayle criticizes unwed mothers in reaction to television show Murphy Brown. Democrats respond that violence in the media is a bigger problem.
[Excerpt speech: Vice President Dan QUAYLE, Excerpt press conference, President George BUSH, Interview: Governor Mario CUOMO, (D) New York, Interview: Martha SMILGIS, Time Magazine, Excerpt speech, Bill CLINTON, Democratic Presidential Candidate.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Michigan legislature proposes law to allow people to sue drug dealers.
(Lansing, Michigan: Ed Garsten) Many are unsure of how it would be enforced due to not knowing which dealer the drugs came from. [Interview: Robert PETERSON, Director, Michigan Office of Drug Policy, Interview: Governor John ENGLER, (R) Michigan, Interview: Howard SIMON, Michigan ACLU.]
(Boston: Jim Hill) Members of the Boston Church of Christ, a Christian Fundamentalist group, is accused by outsiders and former members of being a cult.
[Interview: Helen DEVLIN, church member, Interview: Amaele LIEBERMANN, former church member, Interview: Randy MCKEAN, Boston Church of Christ, Interview: Steven HASSAN, cult expert.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) President George Bush and Prime Minister Brian Mulroney meet to discuss trade.
(Washington: John Holliman) Investigation into credit life insurance as a scam.
[Excerpt press conference: Robert HUNTER, National Insurance Consumer Organization, Excerpt press conference, Stephen Brobeck, Consumer Federation of America, Interview: Carl ZEITZ, Credit Life Insurance Spokesman.]
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(Guantanamo Bay: Wolf Blitzer) Haitian refugees continue to arrive at already full refugee camp at Guantanamo Bay. Some are sent back to Haiti and some are allowed to come to the United States.
[Interview: John RANSORT, Haitian refugee, Interview: Brigadier General Kenneth SIMPSON, U.S. Army, Interview: Richardo INZUNZA, Immigration and Naturalization Service.]
(Boston: Andrew Holtz) Game provides a format for families to discuss information and values.
[Interview: Dr. Susan PAUKER, game designer]
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports headlines include basketball, and baseball.
[Excerpt press conference: Dan ISSEL, New Nuggests coach.]
(Nairobi, Kenya: Gary Strieker) They are attempting to write a treaty that would ensure the future of the Earth's biodiversity. Developing countries want industrialized countries to help more with conservation, and want more of a share in biotechnology.
[Interview: Simon LYSTER, World Wide Fund for Nature, Interview: Richard N. MOTT, World Wide Fund for Nature, Interview: Wen Liang TING, Malaysian delegation, Interview: Wilson MASILINGI, Tanzanian delegation, Interview: John M. FITZGERALD, Defenders of Wildlife, Interview: Eleanor SAVAGE, U.S. delegation.]
(Gregg Lefave) Program, called Simba offers inner city boys male role models.
[Interview: Roland GILBERT, Simba Founder, Interview: Milford LEWIS, Simba member, Interview: Marlene SANDEFORD, Milford's aunt, Interview: Mike HOLLAND, Simba leader, Interview: Jacquline Phillips, Cole School principal.]