This program is 29 minutes long
(Columbus: Jim Axelrod) Clinton's campaigning before the primaries featured; ABC News/"Washington Post" poll findings on the Democrats' view of the race cited.
(Columbus: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(San Antonio: Dean Reynolds) The view of the campaign from the Obama camp reviewed; scenes shown of Obama campaigning in Houston; details given of his reaction to the Clinton "spin."
(Columbus: Katie Couric) Earlier interview with the two candidates announced. [In Columbus, CLINTON - outlines what she is doing; points out her husband did not get the nomination until June; comments on Michigan and Florida, on the purpose of the superdelegates in the process and on the national security issue.]
(Columbus: Katie Couric) The possibility Senator John McCain can clinch the Republican delegate count tonight noted.
(Dallas: Chip Reid) McCain's presidential election campaign examined; details given about what the McCain camp needs to do to unite the Republican Party.
(Columbus: Katie Couric; New York: Jeff Greenfield) How the Democrats view the issues and their presidential candidates discussed; CBS News poll figures cited.
(Columbus: Katie Couric; Washington: Bob Schieffer) The trends indicating a huge turnout of Hispanic and African American voters in Texas and what it means for Obama discussed; CBS poll figures cited.
(New York: Jeff Glor) The retirement of Green Bay Packers pro football player Brett Favre featured; game video shown; details given about his off the field problems with drugs and alcohol and about his charitable work. [Packers general manager Ted THOMPSON- comments on Brett's passion.]