This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Bill Blakemore) The pope's day in New York City reviewed; scenes shown from Ground Zero where one cello played and the pope prayed and met survivors and family members and from the "cathedral" of Yankee Stadium, where he spoke of human dignity and led the Mass. [En route to Yankee Stadium, WOMAN - comments.]
(Studio: Dan Harris) Live discussion held with ABC consultant Father Keith Pecklers about the pope's visit. [PECKLERS - says the pope goes back to the a Vatican changed by his visit; comments on the changes in the American Catholic church.]
(Scranton: David Wright) The exchanging of jabs in the final push in the Pennsylvania primary race between Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton featured; TV ads from Obama and Clinton shown. [At a family restaurant and a high school, OBAMA - campaigns against Clinton's campaign.] [In Bethlehem, CLINTON - criticizes Obama's negativity.] [Berks County Democratic chairman John MORGAN- says the campaign has gotten so bad.] The view from a general supporting Obama about Hillary's Bosnia story noted.
(New York: Ron Claiborne) Senator John McCain's campaign featured; details given about his efforts to tie Obama to a 1960s radical, William Ayres, who is now a college professor. [On "This Week," McCAIN - says Obama spent time with the unrepentant guy, Mr. Ayres; reacts to stories about his temper.] [OBAMA - responds.] ["Time" magazine Mark HALPERIN- says they will try to disqualify Obama.] "Washington Post" article on McCain's temper quoted.
(Baghdad: Ryan Owens) How Iraqi soldiers and police are deserting from the fight in Iraq featured; scenes shown from the streets of Sadr City in the slums patrolled by the militias of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. [Army Capt. William McNUTT- comments on the soldiers and their families.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The wave of copper theft featured; details given about the sites being hit for the copper wire, including the cutting through live wires. [Scrap metal dealer Steven PETRIELLO- says copper prices are the highest in history.] [New Orleans RESIDENT, DTE Energy Michael LYNCH- react to the copper theft.] The government auction of retired military aircraft at the Tucson boneyard to bring in money noted.
(London: Mike Lee) The "silent tsunami" of the rise in global food prices featured; scenes shown of unrest in several countries; details given about the roles of development in India and China and of the bio-fuel production using grain. [U.N. World Food Programme Greg BARROW, Josette SHEERAN- say the real issue is access to the food.] [Georgetown University professor Vanda FELBAB-BROWN- says anti-American groups will mobilize marginalized populations.]
(Boulder, Colorado: Erin Hayes) A program that helps girls from troubled homes featured; scenes shown of the girls and the young horses in Boulder, Colorado, in the Hope Foal Project; details given about how trust is built between horse and human. [Two GIRLS, Hope Foal Project director Karolyn GAZELLA- talk about their lives and the program to help them.]