This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Anne Thompson) The pope's day in New York City featured; scenes shown of the pontiff at Mass in St. Patrick's Cathedral, where he spoke about the priest sex abuse scandal, the motorcade up Fifth Avenue, his meeting with handicapped children and a musical rally. [POPE - speaks about spiritual closeness.] The pope's itinerary tomorrow noted.
(Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Lee Cowan) Senator Barack Obama's campaign in Pennsylvania featured; scenes shown from the train in southeastern Pennsylvania. [In Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Philadelphia, OBAMA - campaigns; criticizes Senator Hillary Clinton and Republican Senator John McCain.]
(Studio: Natalie Morales) Report introduced.
(York, Pennsylvania: Ron Allen) Clinton's campaign in Pennsylvania as her lead in the state narrows featured; scenes shown of her shaking hands and signing autographs. [CLINTON - talks about the pressure of the job of president.] [Governor Ed RENDELL, poet Maya ANGELOU - campaign for Hillary.]
(Studio: Natalie Morales) Further coverage of the campaign on "Meet the Press" noted.
(San Angelo, Texas: Don Teague) The state's handling of the children after the judge's ruling that the children stay in protective custody featured; scenes shown from the YFZ ranch; details given about the issue of underage marriage at the ranch, the requirement of DNA testing to determine the relationship of children and parents and the police investigation of the distress calls that led to the raid on the sect compound. [Attorney Susan HAYS- says the trial was a first step.] [Legal Aid of Northwest Texas John KENNEDY- calls the taking of the children unfair.] [Texas department of child protective services Marleigh MEISNER- says this is about keeping the children safe.] [Former FLDS member Flora JESSOP - says the phone caller lied.]
(London: Michelle Kosinski) A rough "ballistic" landing for the Russian Soyuz space capsule in remote Kazakhstan featured; scenes and photos shown of the crew, villagers and landing craft; details recalled of other difficult landings for the Soyuz.
(Los Angeles: John Larson) The legal case involving Cindy Sommer, who spent two years in prison for a crime that never happened, presented; details given about the incorrect criminal lab report that her husband had been murdered by arsenic poison. [SOMMER - says she knew the testing was wrong.] The "CSI Effect" in which jurors believe crime technicians are never wrong noted. [Sommer's lawyer Allen BLOOM- outlines the tissue evidence.]
(Closter, New Jersey: Trish Regan) The impact of rising food prices on small businesses examined by looking at one pizza parlor; scenes shown from Rudy's Pizza in Closter, New Jersey; statistics of sample food prices cited. [Owner Fred OTTO- shows rising ingredient prices; states we will have to raise prices.]
(Washington: Bob Faw) The non-profit Segways-4-Vets organization that provides Segway devices for wounded veterans featured; scenes shown. [Segway user Jim NAPIER, organization founders Jerry KERR, Leonard TIMM, Sgt. John KEITH - talk about the Segways for the disabled.]