This program is 29 minutes long
(Greensburg, Pennsylvania: Ron Allen) Clinton’s decision to address the controversy over Senator Barack Obama’s pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, featured. [CLINTON – says we have a choice when it comes to our pastors; admits she made a mistake when describing her 1996 visit to Bosnia.] [March 18, OBAMA – speaks of Wright.] [Democratic strategist Steve McMAHON- says the Clinton campaign is trying to make the case that Obama is unelectable.]
(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: Tim Russert) Clinton’s campaign strategy and the impact on the battle for superdelegates discussed.
(Atlanta: Martin Savidge) The drop in home prices and consumer confidence featured; statistics cited; map shown of hardest hit areas. [CNBC’s Steve LIESMAN- says things are getting worse at a faster rate.] [Los Angeles home buyer David EVERETT- comments on the difficulty in getting a loan.] [Coral Gables, Florida, realtor Ileana ABELLA- says buyers are scared.] [Chicago home buyer Frank GARCIA- comments.]
(Miami: Mark Potter) A crane accident at a condominium construction site in Miami featured; scenes shown.
(Baghdad: Richard Engel) Rampant corruption in Iraq’s oil industry, which was supposed to pay for the war effort and rebuilding, examined. [Former anti-corruption advisor to Iraq Lt. Col. Charles GRINNELL- says the corruption and profits are staggering.] [Oil refinery DIRECTOR – describes how drivers hide the theft of oil.] [Oil minister Hussain al-SHAHRISTANI- comments on the suspicious burning of records.]
(Durham, North Carolina: Robert Bazell) A study on the long-term risks for premature babies reviewed; details given of the impact of multiple births on the prematurity rate; scenes shown of prematurely born Donell Gibbs. [Duke University Dr. Geeta SWAMY- says there may be increased risk of mortality and long-term effects for children.] [Duke University Dr. Ricki GOLDSTEIN- notes the implications for parents.]
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The views of Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on the ailing economy featured; details given of their proposals to stop the housing and credit meltdowns. [CLINTON, OBAMA – express views on foreclosures and the mortgage crisis.] [Peterson Institute of Economics Fred BERGSTEN- notes flaws in their plans.]