This program is about 1 hour long
(Kendall, Florida: Brian Jenkins) Residents of this affluent neighborhood threaten to sue builders for poor workmanship on their homes which made them vulnerable to hurricane damage.
[Interview: Lucy DOYON, homeowner, Interview: Frank LEONE, homeowner, Interview: Terry LUNN, Dade County Building Department.]
Residents of tent cities say it will take a long time for life to get back to normal.
[Interview: unnamed CITIZENS.]
Study shows that white collar wages are falling.
(Los Angeles: Cameron Sanders) Public health care clinics face shortages in funding resulting in caring for fewer people.
[Interview: Dr. David BAKER, Harbor UCLA Medical Center, Interview: Beverly CHU, District Health Officer, Interview: Fern SEIZER, Executive Director, Venice Family Clinic, Interview: Victoria SANCHEZ, patient, Interview: Jacqueline PELLETIER, patient, Interview: Dr. Susan FLEISCHMAN, Venice Family Clinic.]
(Chicago: Jill Dougherty) Bush says that Clinton wants to tax and spend too much.
(Studio: David French) Bill Clinton campaigns in republican stronghold South Carolina.
(Darlington, South Carolina: Deborah Potter) Bill Clinton attends Southern 500 car race to mixed reviews in attempt to win back once democratic blue collar workers.
[Interview: Merle BLACK, southern political analyst, Interview: unnamed CITIZENS.]
(New York: Gary Tuchman) Strength of close families celebrated at Hispanic-American Festival in New York. Families are worried about having the resources to keep families better.
[Interview: Fernando FERRER, Bronx, New York Borough President, Interview: Maria Elena GIRONE, Puerto Rican Family Institute, Interview: Beatriz BOLIVAR, Salvadoran immigrant, Interview: Blanca BOLIVAR, Salvadoran immigrant.]
(Bardera, Somalia: Gary Streiker) The more food is brought, the more people come from smaller towns in search of food.
[Interview: Carl HOWORTH, CARE, Interview: R.G. Krishnan, CARE.]
Italian officials say that missile was likely responsible for crash of Italian relief plane.
(Washington: Jamie McIntyre) President George Bush and challenger Bill Clinton are both left handed.
[Interview: Dean CAMPBELL, Lefthanders International, Interview: Barry SMITH, Professor of Psychology, University of Maryland, Excerpt speech: President George BUSH, Interview: Dr. Burton LEE, President's physician.]
(Studio: Tom Kirkland) Sports headlines include football, baseball and tennis.
(Tom Stinar) It takes a lot of effort to train world champion Frisbee dogs.
[Interview: Peter BLOEME, 1984 World Champion, Interview: unnamed DOG OWNERS.]
(Studio: Ted Textor) Weather report.
(Washington: Jeff Levine) There are many different types of attempts at a vaccine for the AIDS virus.
[Interview: Lester STEIN, study participant, Interview: Dr. Jonas SALK, Salk Institute, Interview: Dr. Daniel HOTH, National Institute of Health, Interview: Dr. H. Clifford LANE, National Institute of Health.]
(San Francisco: Linda Joyce) In this program, prisoners and ex cons grow vegetables to feed the homeless.
[Interview: Ronald KATZ, inmate gardener, Interview: Lavelle SHAW, Interview: Interview: Elliot HOFFMAN, Just Desserts / Tassajara Bakery, Interview: Catherine SNEED, program organizer, Interview: Suzanne MENDOZA, program graduate.]