This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: David Kerley) The Democratic presidential campaign between Senator Barack Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton in a week that saw the controversy over Obama's pastor featured; Obama campaign ad shown. [Obama campaign co-chair retired Gen. Tony McPEAK- says he is saddened about what former President Bill Clinton said.] [Earlier, Bill CLINTON - speaks about who is right.] [Political strategist Matthew DOWD - comments.] [New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON - says he will campaign for Obama.]
(Studio: David Muir) Democratic concerns that the partisan battle will make it hard for the party to win the general election noted.
(Washington: John Cochran) The split between Obama and Clinton and their supporters examined; details given about how the race has grown nastier. [H. CLINTON - speaks about her credentials.] [Voice of Obama campaign manager David PLOUFFE- says Hillary is not seen as trustworthy.] ["Time" magazine Mark HALPERIN- comments on Plouffe's words.] [Clinton supporter Laura COURSON, Obama supporter Kevin MILLS- state their positions.] [Democratic voter Jeffrey KASSEL- says it has gotten out of hand.] [Former White House political director Sara TAYLOR- outlines what could happen at the convention.]
(Valley Park, Missouri: Eric Horng) The flooding in the Midwest featured; scenes shown from Valley Park, Missouri, of flooded homes. [Missouri state water patrol Lou AMIGHETTI- comments on the flood conditions and how some residents won't leave.] [Flood victims William SCHMIDT, Jeff SNYDER - comment.]
(Camp Speicher: Miguel Marquez) The death of three more US soldiers in a bombing northwest of Baghdad featured; casualty statistics cited; details given of the reasons for the drop in the casualty figures, including the success of the surge and the great dangers ahead.
(New York: Gigi Stone) The impact of the economic problems on American charities examined; details given about the situation for Meals on Wheels and the Bottomless Closet organization. [Housebound Ethel POLLARD, Meals on Wheels president Enid BORDEN, MOTORIST, Bottomless Closet Kendall FARRELL, WOMAN - comment on the crisis situation.]
(Denver: Brian Rooney) The views of science and evolution held by scientists and creationists featured; scenes shown from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. [Tour guides Rusty CARTER, Billy JACK, two PEOPLE - outline the creation position.] [Paleontologist Kirk JOHNSON- says they have a pre-existing belief system; states nothing in biology makes sense without evolution.]
(New York: Ned Potter) The downloading of education lectures from iTunes University featured; examples cited. [Trucker Baxter WOOD - says he is a student of life.] [University of California at Berkeley professor Hubert DREYFUS- talks about podcast lectures that include his course on 20th century philosopher Martin Heidegger's "On Being and Time."] [Actor Stephen OTT- reads letter to Dreyfus.]