This program is about 1 hour long
[Interview: Representative Stephen SOLARZ, (D) New York.]
[Excerpt speech: Patricia WASHBURN, Religious Educator, Excerpt speech, Peter GOLDBERGER, attorney for tax resisters, Interview: Terrill HYDE, U.S. Treasury, Interview: Daniel MITCHELL, Heritage Foundation, Interview: Representative Andrew JACOBS, (D) Indiana.]
[Excerpt press conference: George HOLLIDAY, amateur videographer, Excerpt press conference: Reverend Cecil MURRAY, First AME Church.]
(Los Angeles: Patti Panniccia) Business owners meet to discuss options.
[Interview: Cherilyn LEE, riot victim, Interview: Ellis GORDON Jr., Founder's National Bank, Interview: Peggy DEAN, business owner, Interview: unnamed CITIZENS.]
(Bangkok: Jim Clancey) Thailand must bring the military under the control of parliament instead of the other way around.
[Interview: unnamed THAI CITIZENS.]
[Excerpt speech: James BAKER, Secretary of State.]
(Washington: Jean Meserve) Vietnam veterans bring attention to United States servicemen still unaccounted for in Vietnam with a motorcycle rally in Washington DC. Senate committee investigates.
[Interview: Jack HANSHEW, Vietnam Veteran, Interview: Arnold TRUJILLO, Vietnam Veteran, Senator Charles ROBB, (D) Select Committee on MIAs/POWs, Interview: Jack CLARK, Vietnam Veterans of America, Interview: Chet BOTKINS, Vietnam veteran.]
(San Francisco: Rusty Dornin) Middle class black Americans explain the racism they deal with despite their success.
[Interview: Maceo SLOAN, businessman, Interview: Holly DUNN, businesswoman, Interview: Valerie LEWIS, attorney, Interview: Jesse KNIGHT, businessman.]
(Studio: Bob Lorenz) Sports headlines include Indianapolis 500.
[Interview: Al UNSER, Jr. Indianapolis 500 winner.]
(Laura Bliss) Scientists observe more than forty species of birds here.
[Mary Ann BISHOP, U.S. Forest Service.]
(Studio: Ted Textor) Weather report.
(Miami: Dan Rutz) Test shows susceptibility to skin cancer.
[Interview: Dr. Wayne STREILEIN, University of Miami, Interview: Alfred MILLER, skin cancer patient, Interview: James PAYNE, study participant, Interview: Dr. Richard TAYLOR, University of Miami.]
(New York: Gary Tuchmann) Kurt Masur is named music director of the New York Philharmonic. Masur was a pro-democracy leader in East Germany.
[Interview: Kurt MASUR, music director, New York Philharmonic, Interview: Peter GOODMAN, Newsday music critic, Interview: Deborah BORDA, managing director, New York Philharmonic.]