This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) North Korea's pardoning of two imprisoned journalists Laura Ling & Euna Lee, after former President Bill Clinton met with Korean leader Kim Jong Il featured; details given of the roles of former Vice President Al Gore & Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in securing their release & of the criticism of the administration. [New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON - comments on this "coup."] [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS- says it is a private mission.] [Two weeks ago, H. CLINTON - says the women are regretful.] [Former State Department official Peter BROOKES- calls sending a high profile person to North Korea a mistake.] The nuclear issue mentioned.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) How this mission came about, what may have happened at the Clinton-Kim meeting & White House concern about what Iran may do discussed; photos shown of the journalists & their families.
(White House: Jake Tapper) The protests by the people about health care reform that may be organized featured; YouTube scenes shown from a town hall meeting held by Representative Steny Hoyer & in Philadelphia. [Representative Lloyd DOGGETT - says the Republican Party has coordinated this outrage.] A memo from grass roots conservative activist Bob MacGuffie quoted. [MacGUFFIE- says Congress need to hear the people's voice.] [Freedom Works vice president Max PAPPAS- comments on the outrage.] [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS- reacts.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The coming government guidelines for schools to deal with any outbreak of swine flu featured; scenes shown from Rockdale High in Georgia; details given of the complexities resulting from any closing of schools. [Rockdale County Public School principal Georgi BROWN, Cindy BALL- comment on procedures.] [Mayo Clinic Dr. Gregory POLAND, parent Dawn CROCKETT- offer views on whether to close the schools.]
(Hackensack, New Jersey: Sharyn Alfonsi) What happens to the clunker cars being turned in featured; scenes shown from New Jersey of the cars being crushed, scrapped & salvaged after the engines are disabled. [Auto Wreckers Sally MAGGIO, Parkway Iron & Metal Jason PUTZER- talk about the salvage cars & what happens.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The likely closing of urban area post offices due to the financial problems in the United States Postal Service featured; scenes shown from Hampton Roads, Virginia & Atlanta; details given about a GAO report on financial losses. [Postal WORKER, CUSTOMER - react.] [Three PEOPLE - comment on change.] ["Wired" magazine editor Nicholas THOMPSON- offers views on the post office.]
(New York: John McKenzie) The use of antidepressants for medical symptoms other than depression examined; details given about the extent of spending on antidepressant ads. [Columbia University Medical Center Dr. Mark OLFSON- outlines what the study indicates about the use of antidepressants.] [Vanderbilt University Medical Center Dr. Paul RAGAN- comments on prescriptions written by general practitioners.]