This program is about 1 hour long
(Homestead, Florida: Brian Cabell) Bush speaks with local officials and hurricane victims about providing low interest loans, disaster unemployment assistance and grants to those affected by hurricane.
(Studio: Natalie Allen) Secretary of Transportation Andrew Card says that relief efforts are going better in Louisiana than they are in Florida.
Insurance claims adjustment process going as quickly as it can.
[Excerpt speech: President George BUSH, Interview: Andrew CARD, Secretary of Transportation, Wayne HEDIEN, Chairman and CEO, Allstate Insurance Co.]
(Pentagon: Wolf Blitzer) Homestead Air Force Base has nearly been closed several times recently.
[Interview: Ted CARPENTER, CATO Institute, Excerpt press conference: Bob HALL, Pentagon Spokesman.]
Construction spending is down.
(Long Beach, California: Jeanne Johnson) California raises community college and public college fees to help solve budget problems and students protest.
[Excerpt speech: Bonnie ANDERSON, Community College Student, Interview: Susan CARLEO, Harbor Community College, Interview: Robert FLEMING, student, California State Long Beach.]
Nuclear Weapons inspectors report no problems first day of work.
(Sarajevo: Christian Amanpour) Sarajevo's resistance movement makes use of scraps to build weapons. The movement is made up of Bosnians, Croats, and even many Serbs.
[Interview: Deputy Commander Jovan DIVJAK, Bosnian Army, Interview: Commander Zoran Stevanovic, Bosnian Army, Interview: Private Gojko Vukadinovic, Bosnian Army.]
[Excerpt press conference: Andrew NATSIOS, Agency for International Development.]
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(Jonathan Mann) Shen Tong, a Chinese dissident, was arrested on a recent trip to China and remains a political prisoner.
[Interview: Shen TONG, Chinese Dissident, Interview: Marshall STRAUSS, Democracy for China, Interview: Jamal BENOMAR, Human Rights Director, Carter Presidential Center.]
[Interview: Arthur KROP, President, People for the American Way.]
(Atlanta: Dan Rutz) Jimmy Gass lost use of his legs when he broke his neck in a diving accident.
[Interview: Jimmy GASS, victim, Interview: Dr. David APPLE, Shepard Spinal Center.]
(Greensboro, North Carolina:Gene Randall) Clinton campaigns in the South.
(Studio: Natalie Allen) Al Gore accuses Republicans of behaving like they have a monopoly on God.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Vice President Dan Quayle serves role of campaigning in small town America.
(Albany, Georgia: Bill Delaney) Quayle tries to stir up fear of Clinton.
[Excerpt speech: Bill CLINTON, Democratic presidential nominee, Interview: Clayton YEUTTER, Bush Deputy Campaign Chairman, Excerpt speech: Vice President Dan QUAYLE.]
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports headlines include baseball and tennis.
[Interview: unnamed CITIZENS.]
(Chicago: Jeff Flock) Facets Video rents obscure films by mail to more than 10,000 customers.
[Interview: Sherma PATIBANDA, Facets Video Manager, Interview: Richard GLASSER, mail order renter, Interview: Roger Ebert, film critic.]