This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Jake Tapper) The bleak outlook for the Clinton campaign featured; details given about her meeting with superdelegates to out her plan to win. [In West Virginia, CLINTON - talks about the rules.] [Former presidential candidate George McGOVERN- says Clinton cannot catch up.] [Democratic strategist Tad DEVINE- says the race is over.] Statement from Senator Dianne Feinstein quoted.
(Chicago: David Wright) Obama's campaign strategy featured; statement Obama campaign's David Plouffe directed to fence-sitting superdelegates quoted. [Superdelegate Representative Jason ALTMIRE- comments.] [Political strategist Matthew DOWD- says Obama has to campaign against Senator John McCain.] [OBAMA - denies the party in divided.] [VOTER - comments.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) What is going on behind the scenes for Clinton, who says she is staying in despite concerns she is dividing the party; the small group staying loyal to Hillary and various exit strategies with the possibility of Hillary being on an Obama ticket discussed.
(Bangkok: Jim Sciutto) The aftermath of the disaster in Myanmar featured; scenes shown of survivors now dependent on the monks and of video of the Saturday cyclone; details given about the issue of the government refusal of aid. [dictatorwatch.org Roland WATSON- says the government is only thinking about staying in power.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) The rescue mission by three US Navy ships that were in the region for a humanitarian relief exercise examined; scenes shown from the ships in the Gulf of Thailand with helicopters; details given about the reluctance of the Myanmar government to deal with the US military. [US Pacific Command commander Adm. Timothy KEATING- says it is up to Burma.]
(New York: Jim Avila) The citizen uproar in Philadelphia over the police beating of drug suspects that was videotaped by news helicopters featured; video scenes shown; details given about the crime rate crisis in the city. [Beating victim's mother Leomia DYCHES- says no one deserves to be beat like that.] [Police Commissioner Charles RAMSEY- expresses concern about police conduct.]
(Indianapolis: John Donvan) The wrenching questions about a cancer drug made by the small firm GenVec that is still in trials and the efforts of one family to gain access to that drug examined; GenVec statement quoted; YouTube video of the Loughman story shown; details given of the issue of "compassionate use" and the FDA drug approval process. [Patient's daughter Jackie LOUGHMAN, mother Connie LOUGHMAN- comment on the lifesaving drug.] [Pancreatic cancer patient's wife Marilyn JORDAN- says the drug killed his cancer.] [Former FDA deputy commissioner Dr. Scott GOTTLIEB- outlines the concern.]