This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Bob Orr) The prisoner exchange featured; details given about the plea agreement and the Russians accused of spying for the CIA, including Igor Sutyagin and Sergei Skripal; photos and courtroom sketches shown. [From “Face the Nation,” Attorney General Eric HOLDER – explains the swap.] [Anna Chapman’s attorney Robert BAUM- says she is happy to be out of jail.] [CBS security analyst Juan ZARATE- says both countries want to put this case behind them.] Viewer question about what will happen to the children of the spies discussed.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The ongoing manhunt for Adnan Shukrijumah†, who is linked to bomb plots in New York City, Manchester, England and Norway, updated; video shown of him as a student. [In May 2004, FBI director Robert MUELLER†- says he poses a threat to the US.] [In March 2003, director of FBI Counterterrorism Pat D’AMURO†- outlines likely targets in the US.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies Rick NELSON†- says it's more of a quantity versus a quality approach.]
(Grand Isle, Louisiana: Mark Strassmann) BP’s revised timeline for completing the relief wells featured; statement from BP CEO Bob Dudley quoted; details given about the costs to BP; scenes shown of BP’s skimmer that separates oil and water. [MAN, incident commander Adm. Thad ALLEN – express skepticism.] [Lipow Oil Associates analyst Andy LIPOW- cites the share price if BP caps the well in July.] [BP COO Doug SUTTLES – comments on the timeline.] [Actor Kevin COSTNER – says we take this fight to the oil.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Studio: Jon LaPook) Concerns about the health and safety of cleanup workers featured; details given about the problems for former Exxon Valdez cleanup worker Gary Stubblefield, the scarcity of studies of the health impact of tanker spills and the effects on workers of the 2002 spill off the coast of Spain. [STUBBLEFIELD, his sister Barbara REED- comment on his respiratory and brain problems.] [Stubblefield’s attorney Dennis MESTAS- says the workers were abandoned to their fate.] [NIOSH director Dr. John HOWARD- calls for a longer-term study of the Gulf spill.] The measures used to protect the Gulf workers discussed.
(Greenwich, Connecticut: Armen Keteyian) Tonight's announcement on live TV by pro basketball player Lebron James about where he will play next season featured; scenes shown of the Boys and Girls Club of America in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he will announce his decision; details given about the leading contenders. [CBSSports.com NBA columnist Ken BERGER- wonders if James is deserving of this hoopla.]
(New York: Jeff Glor) The craze over the Doodle Jump application for Apple's iPhone developed by Croatian immigrants Igor and Marko Pusenjak† featured; scenes shown of the game; statistics on downloads cited. [Several FANS – comment.] [I. PUSENJAK – says it’s made a lot of money; offers tips on how to play.] [BoyGeniusReport.com Jonathan GELLER†- says it’s a rags to riches story.]