This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Ron Allen) The end of the road for Senator Hillary Clinton's presidential election campaign presented; scenes shown of her cheering crowd. [In Washington, DC, CLINTON - speaks about continuing our fight by helping elect Senator Barack Obama the next president; comments on sharing optimism with Obama; states we have to work together.] Obama's response quoted. [NBC News political director Chuck TODD, "Chicago Tribune" Jill ZUCKMAN- comment on Clinton and Obama.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Washington: Savannah Guthrie) The female voters featured; photos shown of possible female vice presidential candidates. [Clinton SUPPORTER - comments.] [Center for American Women and Politics Debbie WALSH- says Obama will have to ask them for support.] [CNBC's John HARWOOD- outlines what Senator John McCain will have to do.] [McCain adviser Carly FIORINA- comments.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Further coverage of the campaign on "Meet the Press" noted.
(No location given: Mark Potter) The severe weather in Indiana and Ohio and the heat on the East Coast featured; scenes shown of deep flood waters, Johnson Memorial Hospital and Prince's Lake. [In Indiana, two PEOPLE, voice of WTHR helicopter reporter Brian MILLER- react.] [NBC WeatherPlus.com Gary ARCHIBALD- describes the weather conditions.]
(Los Angeles: Jim Forman) The bad economic turn of events on Friday reviewed; scenes shown from a job fair in Los Angeles; details given about the drop in employment. [At job fair, two WOMEN; in Arcadia, California, MOTORIST - react.] [Mesirow Financial economist Diane SWONK- predicts a rise in unemployment through 2008.] [MSNBC analyst Vera GIBBONS- outlines what consumers can do.]
(Elmont, New York: Michelle Franzen) The upset defeat of Big Brown in the Belmont Stakes by unknown Da'Tara reported.
(Studio: Bob Costas) McKay's career as anchor of "The Wide World of Sports" and his coverage of the Munich Olympic Games reviewed; footage and photos shown.
(Reagan National Airport: Tom Costello) The impact of fuel prices on the airlines industry examined; jet fuel and fares prices cited. [Air Transport Assn. James MAY- calls this more serious than the impact of 9/11.] [Aviation consultant Michael BOYD- talks profit.] Four cities that will lose all air transport this year listed.
(New York: Mike Taibbi) This week's climbing of the "New York Times" skyscraper building in New York City by two daredevils featured; scenes shown of their ascents and of the live media coverage. [Four WATCHERS, May 2007, in Shanghai, climber Alain ROBERT, New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG- comment.] The 1974 tightrope walk by Philippe Petit shown.