This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Michelle Miller) The investigation into the shooting murders of two college girls from Georgia featured; photos shown of victims Eve Carson of the University of North Carolina and Lauren Burk of Auburn University and of the suspect in Carson's murder. [Chapel Hill police Chief Brian CURRAN- comments on the Case.] Courtney Lockhart, the arrested suspect in the Auburn Case, shown. [Clarke Central High School principal Maxine EASOM- remembers Carson.]
(ChiCago: Dean Reynolds) The week that was for Obama, who lost three of four contests on Tuesday, reviewed; scenes shown from his Monday news conference, where he was questioned about Tony Rezko and then walked away; details given about the statement in "The Scotsman" newspaper from Obama adviser Samatha Power that Hillary is a monster. [On his plane OBAMA - comments on press coverage.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) The delegate total for Clinton and Obama cited.
(New York: Jeff Greenfield) The dispute over the Democratic delegate count from Florida and Michigan examined; details recalled of the '72 controversy over the California slate and about the cost and process of a do-over vote in '08. [Florida Governor Charlie CRIST, OBAMA, CLINTON, Democratic National Committee chairman Howard DEAN, Michigan Governor Jennifer GRANHOLM - state their positions.]
(Lake Erie, Buffalo: Mike Seidel) The snowstorm that buried Ohio featured; scenes shown of snow in the major cities. [WORKER, two MOTORISTS, TRAVELLER - comment.]
(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) Coping with early onset Alzheimer's disease featured; statistics cited; details given about one family's genetic disposition for the disease. [Alzheimer's disease patient Bob BALFOUR, Emory University Alzheimer's research director Dr. Alan LEVEY, patient's father Bob BALFOUR, Sr., son Bobby BALFOUR, wife Trish BALFOUR- comment on dealing with the disease.]
(Kenitra, Morocco: Allen Pizzey) The making of an Iraq war movie "Green Zone" using real soldiers as actors in the film featured; scenes shown from the set in Morocco. [Director Paul GREENGRASS, actor Matt DAMON, soldier/actors Adam WENDLING, Brian SIEFKES- explain using the reservoir of soldiers with stories to tell in the film about an important foreign policy decision.]