This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Ned Potter) Moves to ban BPA in plastic bottles examined; statements from Wal-Mart and a government panel about BPA baby bottles quoted. [MOTHER, Canadian minister of health Tony CLEMENT, Mount Sinai Hospital Dr. Maida GALVEZ, American Chemistry Council Steven HENTGES- comment on the BPA safety issue.]
(Philadelphia: David Wright) The campaigning by Obama and Senator Hillary Clinton featured; scenes shown of Obama at a plant in Erie. [Twice, CLINTON - speaks about the kitchen.] [REICH - criticizes the Clintons' "old politics."] Nunn quoted. [Political strategist Tad DEVINE- says the party wants a closing; adds the Pennsylvania results will impact the decision of the superdelegates.] [Democratic National Committee chairman Howard DEAN - says we need to know who our nominee is.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Senator John McCain's tax return for 2007 outlined on screen.
(San Angelo, Texas: Neal Karlinsky) The custody battle in Texas over the 416 children taken from a polygamous sect in Eldorado featured; scenes shown from outside the San Angelo courthouse; details given of the testimony from child psychiatrist Dr. Bruce Perry about the women of the group and from CPS investigator Angie Voss about girls giving birth at 16 or 17; courtroom sketches by Brigitte Woosley shown. [Benjamin Cardozo law school professor Marci HAMILTON- says the children will not go back home.] [Attorney for sect boy, Ramsey PATTON- comments.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The production behind the pope's visit to New York City featured; scenes shown from his appearance at the U.N., watching a children's choir and visiting the Park East Synagogue; details given about this pope's dealings with Jews and Muslims.
(Sadr City: Ryan Owens) The crucial battle in Baghdad's Sadr City featured; scenes shown from these sprawling slums controlled by the militia of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr who have been launching rockets into the Green Zone and of a wall being built to separate and control the area; details given of the refusal by Iraqi soldiers to fight. [Army Maj. Gen. Jeffrey HAMMOND- says some could not stand up to the test.]
(Joliet, Illinois: Jan Crawford Greenberg) The long imprisonment of Alton Logan for a Chicago murder he did not commit reviewed; details given about how lawyer Dale Coventry came to know his client, Andrew Wilson, committed the crime. [In an interview at the Joliet prison, LOGAN - says he never gave up hope after being convicted; states his family is long and gone.] [Former public defender COVENTRY- recounts what Wilson told him, but it was privileged; states they prosecuted an innocent man.]
(No location given: Bob Woodruff) Olympic swimmer Army Lt. Melissa Stockwell, who lost her leg as a soldier in Iraq four years ago, profiled; scenes shown of her in the pool and in Iraq. [STOCKWELL - says she gave it all she had; recalls the moment of the IED explosion; states she has no regrets, is proud to wear the uniform; loves skiing and swimming.]