This program is about 1 hour long
(Los Angeles: Anne McDermott) Many believe that the new trial should be more fair as a result.
[Courtroom statements: Judge Stanley WEISBERG, Los Angeles Superior Court, Interview: Danny BLAKEWELL, Community Activist, Interview: Michael STONE, Powell's attorney.]
(Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Wolf Blitzer) United States sends officials to Dominican Republic to survey sights for another refugee camp.
[Interview: Dick CHENEY, Defense Secretary, Interview: Evenette MONDESIR, Haitian Refugee Center.]
(Fort Wayne, Indiana: Ed Garsten) Chairman Robert Stempel announces measures being taken to return to profitably.
[Excerpt speech: Robert STEMPEL, Chairman, General Motors, Interview: unnamed SHAREHOLDERS, Interview: David SMITH, Editor, Ward's Autoworld.]
(Chicago: Margaret Lowerie) Circle loans, a program by the Women's Self-Employment Project, gets women in groups of five and women help share responsibility for loans in order to start businesses.
[Interview: Lynn HARDY, Circle Loan Recipient, Interview: Connie EVANS, Executive Director, Women's Self-Employment Project, Interview: Jacqueline TAFFE, Enterprise Agent, Women's Self-Employment Project.]
Bosnia, Croatia, and Slovenia become United Nations members.
[Excerpt press conference: Governor Douglas WILDER, (D) Virginia.]
(Waxahachie, Texas: Mike Capps) Residents of this small Texas town value families but disagree with Vice President Quayle's assessment of what makes a good family.
[Interview: Sandra MINATRA, Managing Editor, Waxahachie Daily Light, Interview: Alfred MIMS, Adult Probation Director, Interview: Rev. Jim OLNEY, First United Methodist Church, Interview: Cheryl HAYES, Day Care Director.]
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
Congress tries to overpower President George Bush's veto power.
Live debate between Joan Samuelson and Christopher Currie.
[Excerpt Senate debate: Senator Strom THURMOND, (R) South Carolina, Interview: Representative Henry HYDE, (R) Illinois, Interview: Richard Robins: American Federation for Clinical Research, Excerpt press conference: Tammy HAMILTON, National Right to Life, Interview: Joan SAMUELSON, Parkinson's Recovery Network, Interview: Christopher CURRIE, Diabetes patient.]
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports headlines include baseball and horse racing.
[Excerpt press conference Felipe ALOU, Expos new manager, Interview: Claude BROCHU, Expos president, Interview: Tim WALLACH, Expos player.]
( Washington: Jeff Levine) Ed Eckenhoff is president of the National Rehabilitation Hospital and lost the use of both of his legs in a car accident.
[Interview: Ed ECKENHOFF, President of the National Rehabilitation Hospital, Interview: Jody WILDY, patient, Interview: Bill PETERSON, employee.]
(Cheri Sylvester) A profile of Johnny Carson.
[Interview: Ed MCMAHON, Interview: Hugh DOWNS, Interview: Jeff SOTZING, producer, "The Tonight Show," Interview: Mayor Michael HASTINGS, Burbank, California, Interview: Tiny TIM, Interview: Paul ROSENFIELD, author, "The Club Rules," Interview: Laurence LEAMER, author, "King of the Night."]