This program is 28 minutes long
(Phoenix: Bill Weir) Federal judge Susan Bolton's ruling blocking of Arizona's law on illegal immigration examined; details given about the specifics of the injunction with the judge's ruling excerpted. [University of California at Irvine professor Erwin CHEMERINSKY- outlines the appeals process.] [Governor Jan BREWER, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe ARAPAIO- talk about the legal process.] [Day labor organizer Salvador REZA- says the people are going north.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Phoenix: Barbara Pinto) The reaction to the legal ruling on immigration examined; scenes shown from Phoenix. [Grocer Rosario PERALTA; yesterday & today, undocumented immigrant Erika ANDIOLA- react to the ruling.] ABC News/"Washington Post" poll findings on support for the crackdown on illegal immigration cited. [Phoenix resident Andrew CLARK, Arizona Republican Party Randy PULLEN- offer their views on the law.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The revelation in the documents released on the WikiLeaks Website of the names of ordinary Afghans who have helped American forces examined; specific examples of Afghans at risk cited. [Former acting FBI director John McLAUGHLIN- says people will be killed due to this exposure; criticizes the "amateurs."] [On "Today," WikiLeaks founder Julian ASSANGE- talks about the numbers killed in Afghanistan.]
(Venice, Louisiana: Jeffrey Kofman) The status of the oil in the marshes on May 18 & now featured; scenes shown from on the Mississippi River of skimmer boats at anchor & the marshes then & now. [Worker Mike KING - says things are better.] The birds damaged by oil in the Exxon Valdez spill compared to here.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Photos of the 11 victims of the oil rig explosion shown.
(Pakistan: Nick Schifrin) The investigation in Pakistan into the crash of an Airbus jet featured; scenes shown from Islamabad of the wreckage at the remote hill crash site.
(New York & studio: Richard Besser) Two more studies on the new way to save an adult life via CPR examined; scenes & virtual view shown of the use of chest compression alone without mouth-to-mouth. [NYU emergency medicine Dr. William GOLDBERGER- comments on doing it.]
(Springfield, Missouri: Linsey Davis) The story of 77-year-old Mary Price Walls, a black woman who applied in 1950 to Missouri State University to become a teacher, presented; photos shown. [WALLS - says she would have made a wonderful teacher & was hurt.] [Son Terry WALLS- says she was the first black person to apply to the college.] [Missouri State University diversity officer Leslie ANDERSON- comments on Walls's memories.]