This program is about 1 hour long
(San Francisco: Linda Joyce) Man starts job co-op for himself and his unemployed friends.
[Interview: Michael HERNANDEZ, Job Co-op Founder, Interview: Sarah CASTEEL, Co-op Member.]
(Washington: Jamie McIntyre) Bush announces program to help developing countries save forests.
[Interview: Senator Albert GORE, (D) Tennessee, Interview: William REILLY, EPA Administrator, Interview: Michael OPPENHEIMER, Environmental Defense Fund.]
Greek Americans call on President Bush not to recognize Macedonia as a state.
(Jill Dougherty) George Bush's campaign seems to be struggling and complicated by the factor of Ross Perot.
[Excerpt speech: President George Bush.]
(Los Angeles: Patti Paniccia) L.A. tourism industry expected to loose a billion dollars in the next year.
[Interview: unnamed TOURISTS, Interview: Fred SAPIR, Starline Tours, Interview: Bruce BALTIN, Tourism Consultant.]
(Miami, Florida, John Zarrella) Poor showing at hurricane show in Miami shows that Americans are not cautious enough.
More frequent and powerful hurricanes predicted in coming years.
(Studio: John Michaels, Ted Textor) Michaels interviews meteorologist Textor about hurricane history.
[Interview: Bob SHEETS, Director, National Hurricane Center, Interview: Billy WAGNER, Monroe City, Emergency Management.]
(Christopher Terry) Athletes barred from competition and their fans express disappointment.
[Interview: unnamed FANS.]
(Studio: Van Earl Wright) Sports headlines include tennis and golf.
(Studio: Ted Textor) Weather report.
(Washington: Jeanne Meserve) Entrepreneur Christopher Whittle to open string of for-profit private schools.
[Interview: Christopher WHITTLE, Whittle Communications, Interview: Benno SCHMIDT, President, Yale University, Interview: Jonathan KOZOL, Author, "Savage Inequalities," Interview: Governor Mario CUOMO, (D) New York.]
(Paris: Sharon Robinson) New law in Paris bans public smoking unless signs specifically allow it.
[Interview: unnamed CITIZENS, Interview: Dr. Jean Pierre LA CHRONIQUE, French Ministry of Health.]
(Pittsburgh: Glen Oglaza) Laura Davies arrives in the United States to receive a liver bowel transplant.
[Interview: Fran DAVIES, mother, Interview: Sue CARDILLO, Pittsburgh Children's Hospital.]