This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Jessica Yellin) Senator Barack Obama's economic message featured; details given of his short-term solutions. [OBAMA - says it is time for a change; criticizes Senator John McCain's endorsement of President Bush's policies; states we can extend a hand to struggling people; outlines the choices you'll face in November.] [McCain campaign adviser Carly FIORINA, McCAIN - criticize Obama's plan.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and Ed Rollins and Democratic strategist DeeDee Myers about the campaign and the economy. [From Boston, GERGEN - says the economy is becoming the mother lode of the campaign and Obama got off to a strong start today; outlines what Obama has to do in his next speech.] [In-studio, ROLLINS - says McCain has to offer some alternatives.] [In Saratoga Springs, MYERS - says Obama has to connect with working class voters.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.
(Washington: Candy Crowley) The Clinton campaign and her female supporters reviewed; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [CLINTON - thanks all those women in their 80s and 90s; says it will now be unremarkable for women....] [At Wellesley, CLINTON - speaks about the all-boys club of politics.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and Ed Rollins and Democratic strategist DeeDee Myers about the campaign and the economy. [From Boston, GERGEN - says the challenge for Senator Barack Obama is to see if he can open up a lead, but if Senator John McCain stays close Obama may want Clinton on the ticket; suggests Obama needs a strong women's outreach program.] [In Saratoga Springs, MYERS - says Obama will have to work to keep Hillary supporters in his camp; suggests the election will be won among working class women.] [In-studio, ROLLINS - assesses the need for McCain and Obama to solidify their bases.] Other material: [McCAIN - praises Clinton for her tenacity and courage.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The extreme weather with Midwest flooding and heat in the Northeast reviewed; scenes shown of flooding and tornadoes. [Indiana Governor Mitch DANIELS, New Hartford, Iowa, fire department J.D. LUND, Wisconsin Governor Jim DOYLE- comment on the flooding.]
(Ruhenger, Rwanda: Anderson Cooper) The "Planet in Peril" report on the endangered mountain gorillas of Rwanda and Congo introduced; scenes shown from the national park in Ruhenger, Rwanda.
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live "strategy session" held on race and politics with "New York Times" writer Marcus Mabry, Republican strategist Ed Rollins and radio talk show host Roland Martin. [MARTIN, MABRY, ROLLINS - offer views on Senator Barack Obama, race in America, generational differences, being "too black" and the campaign.]
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) An Up Close look at former President Bill Clinton after his wife's presidential election campaign presented. [CLINTON - outlines what he will do now.] [At the U.N., CLINTON - speaks about AIDS.] [In Millbank, South Dakota, CLINTON - speaks about campaigning for Hillary.] [In Huffington Post's OfftheBus, CLINTON - talks about the biased media coverage.] [Democratic strategist Donna BRAZILE- comments on Bill.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown, Gary Tuchman) The "stealth" blog coverage of former President Bill Clinton and earlier of Senator Barack Obama discussed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) Saudi Arabia's call for a conference of oil-producing and oil-using nations; American Airlines' hike of domestic fares and a new model iPhone from Apple reported.