This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Bianna Golodyrga) The significance of the March jobs numbers examined; job statistics by field & temporary jobs cited. [President OBAMA - says the economy produced jobs; adds we are turning the corner.] [Hired, Dan HUIZINGA- comments on landing a job.] [in Texas, Signal Metal Industries owner Ryan ROBINSON- expresses cautious optimism.] [RDQ Economics economist John RYDING- comments on job creation.] The number of people looking for work noted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Live discussion held with Moody's economy.com economist Mark Zandi about the economy. [ZANDI- says even with job growth it will take 3-5 years to get jobs back; asserts we have turned the corner in jobs; expects a broad-based recovery by next year.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The guests on "This Week" mentioned.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) the question of whether new rules for screening for terrorists at airports would have stopped "underwear bomber" Umar Abdulmutallab examined; details given about the guidelines on screening. [Secretary of Homeland Security Janet NAPOLITANO - says we have changed the way we screen passengers.] [Former 9/11 commissioner Richard BEN-VENISTE- says information needs to be shared between agencies.]
(Studio: Bill Weir) Maine's superintendent of insurance Mila Kofman, who battles Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield in her state for health insurance in the private market, featured; details given of Anthem's suing the state to raise insurance rates. [Consumer Federation of America insurance director Robert HUNTER- questions the role of regulators.] [KOFMAN - says we are the supercops: insurance regulators.] The broken nature of the insurance system in Maine outlined.
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) Forsythe's acting career reviewed; scenes shown from "Dynasty," "The Trouble with Harry," "Charlie's Angels."
(Rome: Jim Sciutto) The training of Catholic priests featured; scenes shown from the North American College seminary in Rome where sex & celibacy is discussed as part of the education of priests; details given about the questionnaire & about who is joining the priesthood. [North American College Father Gregory GRANNAZZISI, student Deacon Michael NOVAJOSKY, counseling services director Father David SONGY, student Deacon Matthew WIERING- talk about what is discussed as part of the education & screening process.]
(Chicago: Chris Bury) The question of whether calorie counts will influence the food ordered by consumers examined; high caloric examples cited from Sonic, Burger King, Wendy's & White Castle. [Center for Science in the Public Interest Margo WOOTAN- talks calories.] [Two CUSTOMERS, Panera Bread Pat MELLOR- comment on the options.] The findings of a Stanford University 'study of calories per purchase at Starbucks cited.