This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: David French) New survey shows business executives confidence in the economy dropped; Bush promises to boost economy.
(Port Monmouth, New Jersey: Charles Bierbauer) Voters worried Bush is not focused on domestic economy; Bush will restate his economic view; Will not have a budget list; In Pennsylvania, Bush says Clinton has done little in Arkansas; Clinton's draft record in question; Bush trails in battleground states. [Excerpts of George BUSH; General P.X. KELLEY, Former Marine Corps Commandment.]
(Studio: David French) Bill Clinton focuses on welfare reform; Clinton also made an overture to black voters.
(Jonesboro, Georgia: Deborah Potter) National Baptist Convention speech; Jesse Jackson not been embraced by party; Black voters feel ignored by Republicans and taken for granted by Democrats; Concern of Clinton targeting conservative voters with welfare reform; Trying to play a balancing game without alienating either side. [Excerpt of Bill CLINTON; Interviews with Unnamed VOTERS; Interviews with Ron WALTERS, Political Analyst; Jesse JACKSON.]
(Studio: David French) Al Gore says Clinton's record in Arkansas shows he can straighten out the country's economic woes.
(Studio: David French) Dan Quayle echoed the message of the President; Quayle does a free promotional commercial of the television show, Murphy Brown, after his comments citing the decline of family values. [Excerpt of Dan QUAYLE]
(Studio: David French) Dan Quayle echoed the message of the President; Quayle does a free promotional commercial of the television show, Murphy Brown, after his comments citing the decline of family values. [Excerpt of Dan QUAYLE.]
(Studio: David French) Health and Human Services Secretary Louis Sullivan says both parties are playing politics with the health care plan.
(Washington: Jeff Levine) Both candidates are pitching plans to the New England Journal of Medicine; Bush proposal would extend coverage through system of tax credits and prevention; Clinton plan would put most of the burden on employers to provide coverage; Critics say neither candidates are suggesting what they would actually do. [Excerpts of George BUSH; Bill CLINTON; Interviews with Dr. Marcia ANGELL, NEJM; Gail WILENSKY, White House Advisor; Jay ROCKEFELLER, Senator (D) West Virginia; Alain ENTHOVEN, Stanford University.]
(Studio: David French) Report says about 40 million Americans who are poor are not getting enough food; Hunger extending across the United States; Even before recession, downscale in economy existed. [Interview with J. Larry BROWN, Tufts University Hunger Center.]
(Studio: David French) Joint Chiefs Chairman, Colin Powell got a first hand look at the damage of Hurricane Andrew in Florida.
(Homestead, Florida: Brian Jenkins) Some houses held up better than others in the storm; A house build by Habitat for Humanity in six weeks had only minor damages; In Dade County, the house was build with a reinforced concrete foundation never used before; Damages may have to do more with the method of building; Most engineers say preventing damage is a matter of enforcing requirements; Mobile homes completely demolished; Managers rethinking building standards. [Interviews with Carlos MERCADO, Homeowner's Son; Robin ADAIR, Housing Contractor; Dirk HOLKEBOER, Habitat for Humanity; Anthony NADASKAY, Structural Engineer; Jerry CONNORS, President Manufactured Housing Institution.]
(Studio: David French) Florida has ordered rates of American International Group to freeze; Insurance company sees hurricane as opportunity to increase rates; Insurance Commissioner Thomas Gallagher says state will not tolerate taking advantage of hurricane victims. [Interviews with Sean F. MOONEY, Vice President, Insurance Information Institution; Robert HUNTER, President, National Insurance Consumer Organization.]
(Studio: David French) Another cutback at Hughes Aircraft; Cutting 4000 jobs among 9000 company layoffs; Hughes plans to reduce combines missile workforce.
(Studio: David French) General Motors came out with a new GM Master Card; Card users can earn up to 3,500 of credit on a new GM car or light truck.
(Studio: David French) United Nations confirmed that a relief plane from Italy was shot down in Bosnia-Herzegovina, all four crew members dead; U.N. also blamed the killing of two peace keepers on Bosnian forces; Security Council has scheduled a special meeting to discuss situation.
(Studio: David French) In the Middle East, four more Arab nations are supporting No-Fly Zone over Iraq, South of the 32nd Parallel; Arab leaders worried the parallel will partition the country.
(Studio: David French) Protests spreading in South Africa to eliminate the country's independent black homelands; The African National Congress staged marches nationwide.
(Johannesburg, South Africa: Jeremy Thompson, ITN) Qwa-Qwa, the smallest ethnic homeland had a march of 5,000 ANC activists; Demonstrators demanded resignation of Qwa-Qwa's government; Protest was peaceful' ANC leaders meet to to decide whether to suspend talks with S. Africa's government; President DeKlerk called for urgent meeting with ANC to draw up plan to end violence; Relations between the government and ANC are at an all-time low.
(Studio: David French) Spring Walker Invention; Costs about 1,500 dollars; Can be as fast as 30mph; Amplified leg movements.
(Studio: David French) Introduces weather.
(Studio: Karen Maginnis) Weather report.
(Studio: David French) Published report that Grand Jury ivestigation has cleared a New York police officer has been cleared for the shooting of a drug dealer; Did not.release the information for fear of renewed violence.
(New York: Jim Hill) Teenagers learning building trade while building classrooms for their vocational school; Program called "Clave," helps teenagers who may have given up; Neighborhood has high murder and drug rate; Several days of rioting and shooting has troubled the city. [Carlos TEJADA, Construction Student; Unnamed STUDENTS and DIRECTOR.]
(Studio: David French) People who try to stop harvesting forests may hurt career.
(Missoula, Montana: Greg Lafave) People who try to stop timber cutting is leading to losing careers; Timber lobbyists pressuring Senator Craig, who placed pressure on chief Dale Robertson of the Forest Service; Mumma forced into early retirement; Others say timber targets cannot be achieved; Pomeroy, under pressure to leave, transferred to other forest [Interviews with Larry CRAIG, Senator (R) Idaho; John MUMMA, Former Forest Service Executive; Bill POMEROY, Forest Service Biologst; George MILLER, Representative (D) California; Tim POWER, University of Montana; Dale ROBERTSON, Chief United States Forest Service; Chuck JONKEL, Urisd Research Center; Don VANCE, Environmentalist.
(Studio: David French) Russia President Boris Yeltsin cancels trip to Japan; Simmering dispute from World War II is the reason as Japan refuses to provide financial aid to Yeltsin until Russia returns islands it seized in WWII.
(Studio: David French) Bobby Fischer and Bors Spassky face off again; Fischer loses Sunday and today and resigns to Spassky.
(Studio: David French) Prince Charles and Princess Diana were seen together.
(Nottingham, England: David Chater, ITN) First official engagement together since the publication of the "Dianagate" Tape; Royal Watchers say this is an exercise of Public Relations. [Interviews with Ashley WALTON, Daily Express; Unnamed CITIZENS.]
(Studio: David French) A Wedding suit made for Duke of York is for sale, could go for $400,000 in the auction.
(Studio: David French) Unmanned Delta Rocket carrying navigation satellite was deployed today; Airforce hopes to have 24 navigation satellites in orbit each equipped with an atomic clock; 50th shuttle flight scheduled for Friday; Shuttle Endeavor will include first black woman and married couple.
(Studio: David French) Justice Department is telling some members of Congress that they are not implicated in the House Bank scandal, including Speaker Tom Foley, and Minority Whip Newt Gingrich.
(Studio: David French) Edward Carnes easily won confirmation to become federal judge despite protests from civil rights groups which showed a prejudice against blacks.
(Studio: David French) Teacher strikes; One in East St. Louis, Illinois; Teachers also striking in Michigan, Ohio, and Idaho.
(Studio: David French) Introduces sports.
(Studio: Nick Charles) Bengals players charged in rape complaint angry that names were released; Sports update. [Remarks from David SHULA, Bengals Head Coach.]
(Studio: David French) Photography shoot in New York.
(Jeanne Moos) Central Park photography shoot; Modeling winter clothing in the heat; Average of 1200 dollars a day. [Interviews with Unnamed MODELS; Jan BOSCARINO, Stylist]