This program is 29 minutes long
(Gainesville, Florida: Kelly Cobiella) The Koran burning controversy examined; scenes shown from Gainesville, Florida; details given about Jones's background, his church and his statements about other religions. [JONES - says backing down is not the right thing; recounts what a soldier told him about Muslims in Yugoslavia.] [Islamic Society of Central Florida Imam Muhammed MUSRI, Gainesville resident Salvador PANCORVO- comment.] [Mayor Craig LOVE- says book burning is an illegal act.]
(Studio: Katie Couric; Washington: Jan Crawford) The legal consideration about book burning, the First Amendment and the Supreme Court rulings on free speech discussed.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The military investigation of a civilian massacre in Afghanistan by US soldiers examined; details given about the conspiracy started by Sgt. Calvin Gibbs that led to random murder. [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON - says this incident hurts the US.]
(Dallas: Don Teague) The rainfall and flooding in Texas from Tropical Storm Hermine featured; scenes shown from a flooded apartment complex in Arlington, Nolanville and across Texas. [Arlington resident Martha CULLEY, assistant fire chief Alan KASSEN, Nolanville MAN - comment on the flooding.]
(Near Boulder: Barry Petersen) The wildfire in Colorado featured; scenes shown of the flames, smoke, burned-out homes and firefighters. [RESIDENT, Veriska TRASK - react.]
(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) The findings of the BP report on the causes of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that blames subcontractors Halliburton and Transocean for the safety failures reviewed; report specifics for the cause of the oil rig explosion, fire and oil leak outlined on screen. [University of Texas Greg McCORMACK- says "if" ....] [May 11, before Congress, BP America chairman Lamar McKAY- comments on the well.] Statements in response to the report from Halliburton and Transocean blaming BP's well design quoted.
(Yellowstone National Park: John Blackstone) The problem of recent grizzly bear attacks outside Yellowstone National Park examined; 911 call about an attack played; old photos and video of people feeding bears shown. [Tourist Reid WHITING, victim Deb FRIEL, Gardiner bear awareness Illona POPPER, park bear biologist Kerry GUNTHER- talk about bears.]
(New York: Richard Schlesinger) A scientific biometric analysis look in Britain at the dance moves that attract the ladies examined; experimental computer generated avatars shown. [WOMAN, evolutionary psychologist Northumbria University Dr. Nick NEAVE- describe the movements of a bad dancer and the good dancer.]