This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) New poll puts Bush's approval rating at all time low of 37%; Poll also shows Ross Perot has taken the lead.
(Washington: Candy Crowley) Perot's edge has political potential; Driving force from April to May since the Rodney King Case; However it has not helped Clinton, only Perot. [Bill SCHNEIDER, Public Opinion.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) A Michigan woman suffering from Multiple Sclerosis committed suicide after consulting with Dr. Jack Kevorkian; Kevorkian is awaiting trial in the suicides of two women. [Excerpt of PATIENT and Dr. Jack KEVORKIAN.]
(Studio: David French) Gathering of 35,000 protesters in Washington.
(Washington, D.C.: Jamie McIntyre) Demonstrators lead by mayors of dozens of cities facing a hard time; Call was for more federal money; Mayors want more federal aid for jobs, economic assistance, and education; Angry at federal government. [Excerpts of Barbara SMITH, Jobs for Peace; Raymond FLYNN, Mayor (D) Boston; Mario CUOMO, Governor (D) New York; Interview with unnamed CITIZENS.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) In Dallas, at graduation of Southern Methodist University, Bush says he is tired of negative attitudes. [Excerpt of BUSH.]
(Studio: David French) Shuttle Endeavor story.
(Unnamed Location: Tony Clark) Shuttle lands at Edwards Airforce Station; Mission ended two days earlier than originally planned because of failed attempts to rescue satellite; Satellite retrieval important steps for future. [Interviews with Pierre THOUT, Mission Specialist; Dan BRANDENSTEIN, Commander; Remarks from Leonard NICHOLSON, Director of Shuttle Program.]
(Studio: David French) Wife of Exxon International President, David Reso, says she was contacted by kidnappers. [Remarks from Patricia RESO, Wife of Victim.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Pool Player ,Minnesota Fats, remains hospitalized.
(Studio: David French) Lawn care products may cause harm.
(Washington: Jeanne Meserve) Chemical products used to kill weeds can harm people; Public concerned with pesticides; Possible to care without pesticides. [Interviews with Susan COOPER, National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides; Ray BYE, Homeowner; Christopher FORTH, Chemlawn; Don WADASE, National Park Service.]
(Studio: David French) Another ceasefire attempt in Former Yugoslav Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina ends in failure; Breakout of violence; 80,000 pounds of food and supplies flown to Zagreb, Croatia.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Kurdish elections held in Northern Iraq.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Nelson Mandela and President of South Africa meet at conference to write a new constitution; Talks faltered and people dies in outbreaks of violence in townships. [Excerpt of Nelson MANDELA, African National Congress]
(Studio: David French) Recap of Top Stories.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Oakland, California residents reacted differently to Rodney King Case.
(Craig Heaps) Oakland remained peaceful during Rodney King Case; Town held meetings about racial issues and homicides; Oakland Men's Project helps people understand the roots of violence; Peace in the past is not a guarantee of peace in the future. [Interview with Don SUTTON, Oakland Community Partnership; Excerpt of Paul KIVEL, Oakland Men's Project.; Interview with Cessaly CACAS, Workshop Participant.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Most people in United States think poverty concerns deserve top priority and are optimistic about race relations getting better.
(Studio: David French) Introduces story.
(Philadelphia: Gary Tuchman) Banks avoid mortgages for urban area homes; Bank fairs provide opportunities for low mortgage rates to help lower income citizens. [Interviews with Glover POWELL, New Homeowner; Laverne BUTTS, ACORN Community Action Group; Cindy GRAHAM, Banker; Gillis FRISON, Fair Participant.]
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Introduces sports.
(Studio: Vince Cellini) Sports update.
(Studio: David French) Marlena Dietrich, Actress, buried in Berlin, Germany.
(Studio: David French) In Faribanks, Alaska, still snowing. Introduces weather.
(Studio: Ted Textor) Weather report; Local forecasts.
(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Introduces story.
(Baltimore: Jeff Levine) Video headset which uses tiny camera to boost vision to help people with blind spots; Pioneered by NASA and Johns Hopkins; To be used as a personal large screed television; May help many suffering from severe eyesight deficiencies. [Jean PATTERSON; Robert MASSOF, Johns Hopkins University; Peter LALLE, Veterans Affairs Medical Center.]
(Studio: David French) Women in the army for fifty years; Women veterans gather in Alabama to remember Women's Army Corps.
(Fort McClellan, Alabama: Pat Ethridge) In 1942, Army called for women to join troops; Fifty years later, they have gathered to remember; Served as nurses but were still in harm's way; Women's Army Corps discontinued as separate entity. [Interviews with Lieutenant Colonel Edna Miller UHAZI, United States Army, Retired; Anna BUCKLEY, WAC, Retired; Colonel Mary HALLAREN, United States Army, Retired; Major General Mary CLARKE, U.S. Army, Reitred; Captain Robin PUTNAM, U.S. Army; Sergeant Donna PERKINS; Private Amy JONES.]