This program is 28 minutes long
(Vatican: Jim Sciutto) The church & its handling of sex abuse by priests featured; scenes shown from St. Peter's Square where Cardinal Angelo Sodano defended the pope; details given about protests in Ireland & Britain & criticism from inside the church. [In New York, Archbishop Timothy DOLAN; Archbishop of Ireland Cardinal Sean BRADY; Archbishop of Scotland Cardinal Keith O'BRIEN- offer views on the church & abuse of children.]
(Washington: Yunji de Nies) The difficulties for Presidents in attending church services featured; scenes shown of the Obama family out for Easter service at the Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church; details given about what past presidents did. [Allen Chapel AME Rev. Michael BELL- reflects on President Obama coming.] [OBAMA - comments.] [Presidential historian Richard Norton SMITH- says presidents discover nothing is the way it was.] [Nineteenth St. Baptist Church Rev. Derrick HARKINS- talks about modern technologies.]
(London: Miguel Marquez) A bloody Sunday in Iraq with the bombings in Baghdad targeting Christians & embassies featured; scenes shown of an explosion in the street with dazed & injured bystanders & blown-up cars. [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON- calls this a fragile, dangerous period in Iraq.] The issue of the withdrawal of US troops mentioned.
(Augusta, Georgia: Steve Osunsami) The practice round at the Masters golf course for Tiger Woods featured; scenes shown of him swinging; details given about the sex story. ["USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN, sports psychologist Gio VALIANTE, Masters Inn Hotel Carolyn DAVIS; at Gary's Hamburgers, Robert CROSS- offer views on Tiger, how he is viewed & golf.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The economy, jobs, the position of President Obama's administration & how the economy has become a political problem for the Democrats examined; CNN poll figures cited; details given about the issue of financial reform. [On "This Week," former Labor Secretary Robert REICH; hotel employee Cheryl CHUA; on "Meet the Press," Council of Economic Advisers chair Christina ROMER; on "This Week," political strategist Matthew DOWD, National Economic Council director Larry SUMMERS- speak about the economy, jobs & unemployment.]
(New York: Jeremy Hubbard) The brutal crime in Trenton, New Jersey, in which a 7-year-old girl was sold for sex by her teenage step-sister featured; scenes shown from the apartment complex. [Mayor Douglas PALMER- comments on this "barbaric act."] [Trenton police department Capt. Joseph JUNIAK- says the girl was held against her will.] [On the streets, two WOMEN - react to what happened.]
(Orland Park, Illinois: Eric Horng) Fifth grade basketball player Jaylin Fleming, who is already considered a top prospect, profiled; scenes shown from the basketball court. [Pro player Roger POWELL, father John FLEMING- praise Jaylin.] ["Game On" author Tom FARREY- worries about classifying Fleming so early.] [10-year-old Dakota SIMS, J. FLEMING - talk basketball.]