This program is 29 minutes long
(Capitol Hill: Sharyl Attkisson) BP's release of video footage & questions about its use of chemical dispersants examined; video of the leak shown. [Representative Edward MARKEY, spokesman Dan McLAUGHLIN- comments on BP releasing the video feed.] [Senator Barbara BOXER - wants access to information.] [Purdue University Steven WERELEY- says a substantial amount of oil is being discharged.] The possibility of criminal charges against BP & the Senate call for an investigation of BP discussed.
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Empire, Louisiana) The impact of the oil spill on fishing & the environment in the Gulf featured; scenes shown from Louisiana's coast of oil on shore & from on board an oyster boat. [Oysterman Jeff GALLOIS- worries about being shut down.] [Grand Isle Mayor David CAMARDELLE- complains about the government.] [FISHERWOMAN - reacts.]
(White House: Chip Reid) Breaking news that President Obama has gotten the resignation of Dennis Blair, his national intelligence director, featured; details given about the reasons for his removal from the job of coordinating intelligence information.
(Washington: Armen Keteyian) Congressional hearings on the lack of processing of criminal rape kits featured; statistics on rape kits waiting cited. [Rape victim Valerie NEUMANN- testifies about her rape case being closed.] [Representative Anthony WEINER - criticizes the prosecutor; offers we will pay.] [Human Rights Watch researcher Sarah TOFTE- comments.] [At hearings "Law & Order" actress Mariska HARGITAY - testifies about letters she gets about rape.]
(Pentagon: David Martin) An investigation into charges American soldiers deliberately killed villagers in Afghanistan reviewed.
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The admission by American cyclist Floyd Landis that he used performance enhancing drugs for years featured; details given about his accusations against Lance Armstrong & about the drugs Landis used; scenes shown of Armstrong in a crash. [On ESPN Radio, LANDIS - says he wants to clear his conscience.] ["Bicycling" magazine editor Bill STRICKLAND- says Landis wants to bring the system down.] [ARMSTRONG - says he has no proof.] [For ESPN, Dr. Don CATLIN- says cycling is cleaning itself up.]
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The mayhem on the market today reviewed; details given about the concern about the debt crisis in Europe.
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The impending layoff of hundreds of thousands of school teachers due to the recession examined; map shown of job cuts by states; details given about cuts to save money; scenes shown of teacher protests. [Music teacher Bonita SHECKEL- comments on losing her job.] [Secretary of Education Arne DUNCAN- worries about an education catastrophe.] [United Teachers Los Angeles vice president Julie WASHINGTON- says we deserve a living wage.] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE- asks teachers to put aside salary demands.]
(London: Mark Phillips) The brazen art theft at the Paris, France, Museum of Modern Art featured; pictures shown of the stolen paintings. [Art Loss Register's Julian RADCLIFFE- says they won't be put up for public sale.] [Painting recoverer Charlie HILL - comments on art theft.]