This program is 29 minutes long
(Greensburg, Pennsylvania: David Wright) The endorsement of Senator Barack Obama by Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey before the state primary featured. [OBAMA - jokes about the race.] [CASEY - says he believes in Obama.] [Voice of Senator Patrick LEAHY - says Senator Hillary Clinton ought to withdraw.] [On the campaign trail, CLINTON, former President Bill CLINTON - speak out.] [University of Pennsylvania professor Donald KETTL- says the key for Obama is not to lose too badly here; states this is a state Clinton should "own."]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The calls for Clinton to get out of the race that could backfire against Obama, the statement from Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean about the superdelegates and wanting to get the Democratic race done before July 1 and how the Casey endorsement should help Obama discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The response from Chelsea Clinton that her mother might make a better president that her father was noted.
(Chicago and Bolingbrook, Illinois: Chris Bury) The impact of rising diesel prices on truckers and then on consumer goods examined; statistics on food prices cited. [Trucker Bill PEPPERS, Daman Express president Glen GRACE, independent operator Reginald POWELL- react to fuel prices.] [American Trucking Assn. economist Tavio HEADLEY- cites rising diesel use in Europe, China and India.]
(Baghdad; Miguel Marquez) The days of open fire in Iraq featured; scenes shown of the shelling of Baghdad and the militia in Basra; details given about Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's extension of a deadline. [Military consultant retired Gen. Jack KEANE- questions the policy of turning in weapons; outlines what needs to be done in Basra.]
(Chicago: Barbara Pinto) The delicate question of the rights of egg and sperm donors to privacy versus a child's right to know examined; details given about a voluntary online data base allowing the sharing of information about donors. [Mother of egg donor Dr. Jennifer SCHNEIDER- talks about her donor daughter and seeking the families that received her eggs after he daughter died young from cancer.] [Inst. on Biotech and the Human Future Nigel CAMERON, American Society of Reproductive Medicine Dr. David ADAMSON, Donor Sibling Registry Wendy KRAMER, Ryan KRAMER- offer differing opinions on the issue.]
(Washington: John Berman) The comparative academic success of female basketball players over their male counterparts examined. [George Washington University student/athletes Sarah-Jo LAWRENCE, Whitney ALLEN- talk about the importance of academics.] [Central Florida professor Richard LAPCHICK- says the men focus on the basketball game.] [George Washington University athletic director Jack KVANEZ- offers advice to the guys.]