This program is about 1 hour long
(London: Rick Sallinger) Shelling and snipers attacks in an outdoor market today killed civilians. Tuesday there was an attack on a maternity ward.
E.C. leaders in Brussels approved a package of trade sanctions.
[Excerpt press conference: John MAJOR, British Prime Minister.]
[Excerpt speech: Dick CHENEY, Defense Secretary.]
(Chicago: Jeff Flock) Chicago protesters demand justice for those affected by actions of Commander John Burge and two other officers accused of torture. The department is in the process of firing the officers.
[Interview: Dr. Robert KIRSCHNER, Deputy Chief Coroner, Cook County, Illinois, Interview: Flint TAYLOR, People's Law Office, Interview: Dewey Stokes, President, Fraternal Order of Police, Interview: unnamed Burge SUPPORTERS, Interview: Joseph RODDY, Burge's attorney, Interview: Willie PORCH, alleged victim, Interview: Commander Jon BURGE, Chicago Police Department.]
(Washington: Carl Rochelle) Lawmakers say that public may be falling victim to bogus lenders.
[Excerpt hearing statements: Representative Esteban TORRES, (D) California, Excerpt hearing statements: Charles MORTON, Baltimore home owner, Excerpt hearing statements: Peggy MILLER, Consumer federation of America, Excerpt hearing statements: Lawrence LINDSEY, Federal Reserve Board.]
(Bat Yam: Jared Kessel) Rioting in Israeli border towns to threaten Palestinians after murder of Israeli citizens.
[Excerpt press conference: Mosche ARENS, Israeli Defense Minister.]
Also, U.S. continues controversial policy of returning Haitians to their own country. Jean Bertrand Aristide expected to speak out against this policy at a Miami rally tonight.
(Vietnam: Michael Nicholson) Americans search for evidence of those still missing from the war.
[Interview: Sergeant Earl CABRERA, U.S. Army, Interview: Senator John KERRY.]
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(New York: Jim Hill) Problem of how to reach black teens arises.
[Interview: unnamed black TEENAGERS, Interview: Debra HAFFNER, teen counsoler.]
(Toronto: Jeff Levine) A drawback of Canada's national health care system is that some kinds of care are often rationed and citizens must wait in line.
[Interview: Frank DELONG, Canadian heart patient, Interview: Dr. Carole GUZMAN, Canadian Medical Association, Interview: Margaret CATLEY-CARLSON, Canadian Deputy Health Minister, Interview: Dr. Wilbert KEON, Ottawa Heart Institute, Interview: Frances LANKIN, Ontario Health Minister, Interview: Dr. Jack LAIDLAW, Canadian Cancer Society.]
(Larry Woods) Scientists argue that the Earth's temperature is rising due to the accumulation of carbon dioxide and methane gas and the cutting down of trees.
(Studio: Fred Hickmann) Sports headlines include tennis and baseball.
(San Francisco: Don Knapp) Many companies pay settlements to make up for scanners making mistakes.
[Interview: Lee HARBICK, shopper, Interview: Lydia VILLAREAL, Deputy District Attorney, Monterey County, Interview: Ken MCELDOWNEY, Consumer Action, Interview: Harley DELANO, President, Cala Foods.]