This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Jim Axelrod) The reasons for Clinton's victory in Texas and Ohio featured; CBS News exit poll figures on the voting breakdown cited; state map shown. [On "The Early Show," CLINTON - jokes about a ticket with Obama.] [Political consultant Dane STROTHER- calls this a bad situation for the Democratic Party.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The new tone for Obama's campaign featured; exit poll findings cited. [On his plane, OBAMA - questions Clinton's experience on foreign policy; comments on her kitchen sink strategy.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) The road ahead for the Democrats noted.
(Studio: Jeff Greenfield) The coming races in Wyoming, Mississippi and Pennsylvania on April 22, Indiana and North Carolina in May and more in June previewed; details given about the demographics and possible re-votes in Florida and Michigan, which look like pro-Clinton states.
(Washington: Chip Reid) The endorsement of Republican nominee McCain by President Bush featured; scenes shown of the pair in the Rose Garden at the White House; details given about the disagreements between Bush and McCain; anti-McCain TV ad shown. [BUSH - praises McCain; jokes about coming to his rallies.] [McCAIN - reacts to the president's endorsement.]
(New York: Anthony Mason) The economic impact of oil prices in a slowing economy examined; gasoline prices cited; statement from OPEC's president about oil prices quoted. [Connie's Pizza owner Marc STOLFE- says food and gas prices are up.] [Oil trader Ray CARBONE- cites the falling dollar's impact on oil.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) "Journal of the American Medical Assn." report on how colonoscopies for colon cancer may miss "flat lesions" examined; diagrams shown of polyps and flat lesions. [V.A. Palo Alto County health care system Dr. Roy SOETIKNO, Dr. Tonya KALTENBACH- comment on the lesions and the preparations for colonoscopies.] The importance of screening discussed.
(Page, Arizona: Ben Tracy) The massive manmade flooding of the Glen Canyon Dam into the Colorado River in Arizona featured; scenes shown of the "liquid missile" of water designed to replace the natural habitat of wildlife. [WOMAN - talks about rebuilding the ecology with sediment.] [Environmentalist Grand Canyon Trust Nikolai LASH - says the public is being duped about the Grand Canyon.] [USGS John HAMIIL- states we have to try to help the Grand Canyon.] The mixed results of the first two flood efforts discussed.
(New York: Michelle Miller) The "learn and earn" programs that pay cash incentives for low-income families for good student grades examined; details given about how the program works in New York City; map shown of states having such programs. [New York single mother Tonia JONES, Fulton County, Georgia, commissioner Robb PITTS, Manhattan Inst. Heather MacDONALD, National Math and Science Initiative Gregg FISHER, student Gigi MARTINO- offer views on these education programs.]