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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) City official advocates asking troops to control patrolling streets in Los Angeles; Bush promises federal troops will continue patrol duty.
(Los Angeles, CA: Charles Jaco) Troops interviewed; Guards say response from civilians has been mostly positive. [Interviews with California National Guard: Sgt. Joe SANDERS; Spec. Terry GOODMAN; Sgt. Gerardo ASTUDILLO; Sgt. Enrique ORTEGA.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Unemployment down to 7.2% meaning 100,000 more jobs; First time in nine months.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) A prediction from Kenneth Cortis, Canadian economist, says Japan will replace United States as the most industrial country and largest economy by mid 1990s.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Push for balanced budget amendment.
(Washington: Deborah Potter) Proposal picking up steam; Would make it unconstitutional to not balance the budget; Democrats, long opposed, predict it will pass House and Senate; Could free up resources that are wasted; Economists say it is just a gimmick. [Interview with Warren RUDMAN, Senator (R) New Hampshire); Excerpt of Paul SIMON, Senator (D) Illinois; Interviews with Sam GEJDENSON, Representative (D) Connecticut; Interviews with unnamed CITIZENS; Paul Craig ROBERTS, Center for Strategic and International Studies; Robert REISCHAUER, Congressional Budget Office.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Public workers in Germany back at jobs; Workers expected to approve pay increase of more than 5%.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Introduces story.
(Alexandria, Virginia: Anthony Collings) An infertility doctor, Cecil Jacobson, sentenced to five years in prison for inseminating women with his own sperm; 52 counts of fraud and perjury. [Remarks from Randy BELLOWS, Assistant United States Attorney; James TATE, Jacobson's Attorney.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Irish Catholic Bishop Casey resigns after mother of his child came forward; Allegations that he paid her to keep quiet. [Interview with Annie MURPHY, Mother of Child.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Introduces story.
(Beaufort, South Carolina: Patt Ethridge) For months, street preachers converge and are disrupting businesses; Officials enforcing "loud and unseemly" law; Arrests of more than fifty peachers costing taxpayers money; Preachers planning appeal. [Interviews with unnamed CITIZENS.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Anti-Nuclear activist who stormed stage Reagan's speech Rick Springer, will plead innocent; Smashed glass statue.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Alternatives to violence for inner-city teenagers.
(Kansas City, Kansas: Jeff Flock) "In Focus," a program to put a camera in the hands of teenagers instead of guns [Interviews with program MEMBERS; Gary SMITH, Photographer Associated Youth Services.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Democracy demonstrators gather in Bangok, Thailand demand ouster of President, who refuses to step down unless Parliament asks him to.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Iran wins another round in attempt to retrieve property that United States has in possession; Low voter turn out; Expected to boost President's economic reform.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Changing of guard in Yugoslavia; Still fighting in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina; Serbia refuses to grant autonomy to Muslims.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Investing in uncertain times; Overall economy presents mixed picture; Economy recovery expected to be slow; Economy overall grew at a 2% annual rate in the first three months; Manufacturing leading growth; Consumers remain cautious; FED book report out; Stock market rocks back and forth. [Excerpt of Alan GREENSPAN, Federal Reserve Chairman; Remarks from Wayne ANGELL, Federal Reserve Board Governor.]
(Discussion with Jordan Goodman, Money Magazine) Where to invest; Cyclical stocks are the most attractive now; Thinks country out of recession, statistically; People are paying off debt; Municipals holding up well.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Red Cross officials say they are recalling blood from ten states; 93 units of blood being recalled as they were found to have HIV.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Introduces story.
(Washington: Andrew Holtz) "Violence Out of Control" special; Researchers seek answers for violence; Information held from researchers; No clear picture. [Interviews with Colin LOFTIN, Ph.D., University of Maryland; Dr. Beverly-COLEMAN-MILLER; Excerpt of Meeting of Researchers; Dr. Arthur KELLERMAN, University of Tennessee; Marc WILKINS, Victim.]
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) More than 8,000 Texas high school seniors will not graduate because they failed standardized exam; Education Board reversed decision to lower standards.
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports report. [Remarks from Adam GRAVES, Suspended New York Ranger.]
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(Studio: Susan Rook) Shuttle Endeavor had its first day in space; Goal is to recapture a satellite and repair it.