This program is 29 minutes long
(Buras, Louisiana: Matt Gutman) BP's position on the oil spill site as the cap holds examined; underwater video & diagrams shown. [University of Houston Don VAN NIEUWENHUISE- says BP has the well under control.] [Voice of BP vice president Kent WELLS - says the test is extended.] A letter from Representative Edward Markey about the flow from the well quoted & BP's potential fine & how BP has been underestimating the spill cited.
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) Report introduced.
(In the Gulf: Ted Oberg) A quiet day at the well site reviewed; scenes shown of the ships & rigs & oil in the water 5>34>40Heat Wave
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The nationwide heat wave reviewed; temperature map shown.
(Chicago: Eric Horng) The hot weather featured; scenes shown of people outdoors; details given about heat deaths & the causing weather phenomena. [Two WOMEN, KNXV meteorologist Rich DAHLQUIST, MAN, two Chicago FOLKS - talk about the heat.]
(Studio: Ron Claiborne; Washington: Jake Tapper) The White House political dynamic as midterm elections near discussed.
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) Tomorrow's "This Week" interview with Vice President Joe Biden mentioned.
(Cleveland: David Kerley) The program at Lincoln Electric that promises no layoffs examined; scenes shown from the Cleveland plant; details given about the company's background & work concepts. [Employees Mark WELLS, Kimberly MATTINA, Frank WELLS, chairman/CEO John STROPKI- talk about the company's commitment.] ["Spark" author Frank KOLLER- comments.]
(Pentagon: Clayton Sandell) The stress on soldiers in combat that can lead to suicide examined; Army suicide prevention video shown; details given about the causation factors. [In the video, Army Spc. Joseph SAUNDERS - recounts his suicide attempt.] [Army vice chief of staff Gen. Peter CHIARDELLI- expresses frustration over the suicide numbers & behavior health issues.]
(Rhinebeck, New York: Linsey Davis) The veil of secrecy for the summer wedding Chelsea Clinton & Marc Mezvinsky examined; scenes shown from the quaint town of Rhineback, New York, where the wedding might be held. [Two Rhinebeck RESIDENTS, "Hudson Valley News" director Jim LANIGAN- react.] [April 28, former President Bill CLINTON - jokes about the wedding.]