This program is about 1 hour long
(Davis, California: Don Knapp) Many scientists assure the public that these new products are safe, but others are skeptical.
[Excerpt speech: Vice President Dan QUAYLE, Interview: Albert GALLI, Raley's Supermarket, Interview: Virginia URSIN, Calgene Corporation, Interview: Dan WAGSTER, Calgene Corporation, Interview: Richard GODOWN, Industrial Biotechnology Association, Interview: Rebecca GOLDBURG, Environmental Defense Fund, Interview: unnamed SHOPPERS.]
(Washington: Anthony Collings) It is now left to congress to decide if this tax should be implemented.
[Interview: Robert LEVERING, Direct Marketing Association, Interview: Marcia HOWARD, National Association of State Budget.]
[Interview: Fred FLICK, National Association of Realtors.]
(New York: Kitty Pilgrim) This has economists convinced the recession is over.
[Interview: Fabian LINDEN, Economist Conference Board, Interview: Steve ROACH, Senior Economist, Morgan Stanley, Interview: Robert BARBERA, Chief Economist, Lehman Brothers.]
(Washington: Bob Franken) Opponents of amendment say they fear budgets for necessary programs would need to be cut.
[Excerpt speech: Representative Leon PANETTA, (D) Budget Chairman, Excerpt press conference: Representative Charles STENHOLM, (D) Texas.]
(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Bush Administration hopes policy will keep Haitians from fleeing their country. Critics call policy inhumane and racist.
[Excerpt press conference: Richard BOUCHER, State Department Spokesman, Interview: Representative Charles RANGEL, (D) New York, Excerpt press conference: Rabbi Rex PERLMETER, Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami.]
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(Charles Feldman) Benno Schmidt, Jr. will step down to head Edison Project which opens radical schools.
[Interview: Benno SCHMIDT, Jr., President, Yale University, Interview: Chris WHITTLE, President, Whittle Communications, Interview: Deborah MEIER, high school principal.]
(Ottawa: Jeff Levine) Canadians have a state run health care system under which all citizens are covered, but they must wait in line for some services.
[Interview: Delia CARLEY, Canadian patient, Interview, Dr. Mary Alice HENRY, Carley's Doctor, Interview: Bob RAE, Ontario Permier, Interview: Margaret CATLEY-CARISON, Deputy Health Minister, Interview: Dr. Carole GUZMAN, Canadian Medical Association.]
(Larry Woods) Water pollution threatens people and animals.
(Potomic, Maryland: David French) New device protects golfers and fans.
[Excerpt press conference: Paul RESLER; National Lightning Protection Corporation, Excerpt press conference: James BELVILLE, National Weather Service, Excerpt press conference: Ben BRUNDRED, General Chairman, Kemper Open.]
(Studio: Fred Hickman) Sports headlines include tennis.
(Paris: Nick Charles) French open coverage.
(Studio: Fred Hickman) Sports headlines continue to include football.
[Interview: Sammie SMITH, professional football player.]
(North Texas: Mike Capps) Profile of what it takes to make it to the National Spelling Bee.
[Interview: Edward BOYDEN III, National Spelling Bee contestant, Interview: Edward BOYDEN, Jr., father, Interview: James CHRISTESON, shop teacher.]