This program is about 1 hour long
(Homestead, Florida: Brian Jenkins) Life in tent cities is difficult but residents are grateful.
[Excerpt press conference: President George BUSH, Interview: Dennis MALONEY, tent city resident, Interview: Billy GIBSON, tent city resident.]
(Studio: Susan Rook) Vice President Dan Quayle to admits Bush tax cuts were a mistake.
(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Bill Clinton campaigns in Connecticut.
(East Haven, Connecticut: Deborah Potter) He introduces plan to create manufacturing jobs.
[Excerpt speech: President George BUSH, Excerpt TV appearance: Vice President Dan QUAYLE, Excerpt speech: Bill CLINTON, Democratic presidential nominee, Interview: unnamed CITIZENS, Interview: Michael EVANS, economist.]
(Detroit: Ed Garston) Teachers in Detroit strike for empowerment.
[Interview: unnamed TEACHERS, Interview: John ELLIOT, teachers' negotiator, Excerpt press conference: Frank HEYDEN, President, Detroit School Board, Interview: Bob CHASE, Vice President, National Education Association.]
[Excerpt speech, Nelson MANDELA, President, African National Congress, Interview: Pik BOTHA, South African Foreign Minister, Excerpt speech: Archbishop Desmond TUTU.]
(Pentagon: Wolf Blitzer) United States and United Nations consider deploying forces to protect humanitarian airlift, which was suspended due to violence.
[Excerpt press conference: Pete WILLIAMS, Pentagon Spokesman, Excerpt press conference: Richard BOUCHER, State Department Spokesman, Interview: Dick CHENEY, Defense Secretary.]
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weater report.
(Lolo National Forest, Montana: Jeff Lefevre) Loggers push deeper into forest to satisfy increased demand for wood. [Interview: Dave JOLLY, Regional Forester, U.S. Forest Service, Interview: Tucker HILL, Champion International, Interview: Kent COLTON, National Association of Homebuilders, Interview: Jerry STUART, Stone Container Co., Interview: Mark Rey, American Forest Resource Alliance.]
[Excerpt speech: Abdul Hamid KABIA, United Nations, Excerpt speech, James KUNDER, USAID.]
(London: Rick Sallinger) Somali refugees in London face challenges such as crime, unemployment and difficulty getting the help they need.
[Interview: Ali ASMAIL, Somali refugee, Interview: Hussein Ismail ABDI, Somali refugee, Interview: Ian ORTON, Wapping Neighborhood Director.]
(Jeff Levine) Doctors still believe that transplants of animal organs to humans could work.
[Excerpt: Dr. Thomas STARZL, University of Pittsburgh.]
(New York: Jeanie Moos) Reporters who do sound, picture, and interviews themselves on NY 1 channel.
[Interview: Lynda LAVERGNE, NY 1 Reporter, Interview: Nancy LOO, NY 1 Reporter, Interview: Paul SAGAN, Vice President, NY 1.]
(Studio: Nick Charles) Sports headlines include baseball and tennis.
(Los Angeles: Ann McDermott) The accordion is a versatile instrument loved by those who play it.
[Interview: Kimberli PATTERSON, accordion player, Interview: Sandy MARTIN, accordion teacher, Interview: Andrew MARBACK, accordion teacher, Interview: Neil SZIGETHY, accordion player.]