This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Kate Snow) The neck and neck race in Iowa examined; poll findings cited. [OBAMA - campaigns.] [Last month, CLINTON - speaks about Iowa.] [ABC poll director Gary LANGER†- assesses the view of Clinton.] [Today, CLINTON, OBAMA - speak about the presidency.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The hand-to-hand combat among the three Democrats, the retail nature of campaigning in Iowa and the electability issue discussed; poll figures cited.
(Washington: David Wright) The issue of the financial cost of caring for the aging relatives as baby boomers age examined; details given about where the money goes. [Caring for their mothers, Shelley TILLMAN, Debby ROSENMAN- talk about the job.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) New government rules for school bus safety examined; details given of the specific proposals on seat backs and shoulder belts without making seat belts mandatory. [New York Assn. for Pupil Transportation Peter MANNELLA- asks for a mandate.]
(Sharum Khula, Bangladesh: Nick Schifrin) The cries for help in Bangladesh after the cyclone featured; scenes shown of the damages, the devastated village of Sharum Khula that cannot be reached by road and of airlifted aid.
(Minneapolis: John McKenzie) One doctor's proposal that kidneys be sold for donations examined; hospital scenes shown; details given about the legal and ethical aspects and about his donor proposal. [Mother Kelly LAWSON- wants a kidney for her son.] [University of Minnesota Children's Hospital Dr. Arthur MATAS- says something dramatic is needed for those on dialysis; calls for a pilot kidney sale project.] [UCLA school of medicine Dr. Gabriel DANOVITCH- says the needy would be most vulnerable in such a plan.]
(London: Nick Watt) The 60th wedding anniversary for Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip featured; scenes shown of the royal couple now and then in 1957. [Royal biographer Robert LACEY- says Philip rules the roost.] [Royal fan Terry HUTT, royal grandson Prince WILLIAM - comment on the royals.]
(New York: Bob Woodruff) The mission of Army Capt. Mike Kielty, who is training for the Philadelphia marathon to run for families of wounded and fallen service members, featured; scenes shown of him running in Afghanistan and at the Philly race yesterday; photos shown of three of Kielty's late comrades who went to New York's Chaminade High School. [KIELTY - outlines the reaction of Afghanis to his running; remembers his friends while running; states he will resume train to run to raise more money.]