This program is 29 minutes long
(San Angelo, Texas: Hari Sreenivasan) Texas state court ruling that the children should not have been removed from the polygamous FLDS sect compound in Eldorado, Texas, examined; court rulings quoted; details given about the largest child custody action set off six weeks ago. [Texas RioGrande Legal Aid Julie BALOVICH, FLDS spokesman Rod PARKER, CBS legal analyst Andrew COHEN, guardian ad litem Susan HAYS- react to the ruling.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Live interview held with state bar of Texas Guy Choate about the appellate court ruling. [CHOATE - defends the legal process despite the court decision; comments on the evidence of abuse to underage girls involving sex and spiritual marriage.]
(Capitol Hill: Chip Reid) The split between Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain and preacher John Hagee and the debate between McCain and Senator Barack Obama about a veterans' benefits bill examined; details given about Hagee's suggestions about Adolf Hitler, Israel and the Holocaust, gay rights etc. [OBAMA - criticizes McCain; comments on the bill.] McCain's written response quoted.
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) Supply, demand and the price of oil examined; scenes shown from gas stations. [MOTORIST - wants free gas.] [At Senate hearings, Energy Secretary Samuel BODMAN- explains what the strategic petroleum reserve is for.] [Lehman Brothers Edward MORSE, Consumer Federation of America Jack GILLIS- comments on aspects of oil.]
(Studio: Emily Senay) Nanotechnology in the war on cancer examined; diagrams shown; details given of funding for research centers and the development of a nanoparticle delivery system. [National Cancer Inst. Anna BARKER†- outlines the potential of nanotechnology.] [MIT-Harvard Center of Cancer Nanotechnology professor Bob LANGER†, Inst. for Nanobiotechnology at Johns Hopkins George SGOUROS†, MIT-Harvard Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Dr. Sangeeta BHATIA†- explain the cancer-targeting system to deliver drugs to a specific site.] The timetable for using nanopartciles on humans discussed.
(Long Beach, California: Armen Keteyian) CBS News exclusive report on the Army's investigation into whether Airtech International has sold sub-standard parts for military aircraft presented; Army memo and documents quoted; details given about the construction of composites used in planes. [Project on Government Oversight Nick SCHWELLENBACH- explains why bogus materials are a threat to those flying.] Airtech's statement quoted.
(Ft. Bragg, North Carolina: David Martin) The reaction of one honored soldier to the incident in which his two buddies, Sgt. Joshua Morley and Spec. Tracy Willis, died presented; scenes shown from Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, of Bush with the families. [Distinguished Service Cross recipient Sgt. Christopher CORRIVEAU†- says "it sucks"; states they were his best buddies; comments on what he did.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Arlington National Cemetery where flags are being placed on the grave markers for this coming Memorial Day shown.