This program is 29 minutes long
(Venice, Louisiana: Mark Potter) The oil spill disaster updated; video of the leaks and satellite photo shown; map of the fishing ban area shown. [Purdue University Steve WERELEY- comments on the flow of oil.] [Louisiana Governor Bobby JINDAL – comments on oil reaching shore.] [Fisherman’s wife Kindra ARNESEN- comments on health problems.]
(Capitol: Kelly O’Donnell) The Senate hearing on the leak reviewed; [Senator Bill NELSON – points out the Gulf Stream.] [Senator Barbara BOXER- comments on BP’s resistance to releasing the video.] [Interior Secretary Ken SALAZAR- comments on cracking down on MMS.] [To Senators Ron Wyden and George VOINOVICH, SALAZAR – responds to questions about the disaster.] [BP America Inc. president Lamar McKAY- says we’re going to put fault, blame and other issues to the side until the investigations are finished.]
(Key West, Florida: Michelle Kosinski) The discovery of tar on the beaches of Key West, Florida featured; scenes shown of tar balls. [Key West residents Rosanne POTTER, Janice HAMPTON, TOURIST - react.] [Coast Guard PO Lissette GUITIEREZ- comments on collecting tar from the beach.]
(New York: Robert Bazell) The inconclusive findings of a study on a link between cell phones and brain cancer examined. [On the street, 2 WOMEN – express views.] [London Institute of Cancer Research Anthony SWERDLOW- says the science does not show a raised risk of brain tumors.] [American Cancer Society Dr. Otis BRAWLEY- outlines questions to be investigated.] [IIT Research Institute David McCORMICK- comments on the investigation into how cell phone radiation causes cancer.]
(Kabul: Tom Aspell) A deadly suicide bomb attack in Kabul featured; scenes shown from the site.
(Washington: Tom Costello) The NTSB’s investigation of professionalism in the cockpit and control tower featured; details given about recent incidents; scenes shown of the hearing at which relatives of the 2009 Buffalo plane crash wore red. [NTSB expert witness Tony KERN- says we can do better.] [NTSB chairman Debbie HERSMAN- says pilots and controllers can’t make mistakes.] [FAA administrator Randy BABBITT- comments on holding others accountable.]
(San Antonio, Texas: Norah O’Donnell) Actress Eva Longoria Parker’s efforts on behalf of special needs kids featured; details given about her Eva's Heroes program in San Antonio. [PARKER – talks about being inspired by her mentally disabled sister Lisa and her spirit and strength.] [Eva's Heroes director Christiane PERKINS-GARCIA- describes the after-school program.] [Autistic Jerome CALLENDER- comments.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow’s segment previewed.