This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The defiance of Democrats against the deal to extend the Bush-era tax cuts featured; details given about the proposal for a payroll tax cut, an extension of unemployment benefits, the tax cuts and the estate tax. [Representatives Jay INSLEE, Lloyd DOGGETT, White House press secretary Robert GIBBS, Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI, Representative Chris VAN HOLLEN- offer views on the deal.] The vote on the repeal of the military's gay policy of "don't ask, don't tell" discussed.
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The student protests in London, England, against the British government's plan to triple college tuition fees featured; scenes shown of the violent demonstrations in the street, including attacking the car carrying Price Charles and his wife, Camilla.
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The police controlled burning of a home in California that contained a cache of bomb-making material featured; scenes shown of the spectacular flames in Escondido. [Deputy D.A. Terri PEREZ- comments on the explosives found.] [Estranged wife Marina IVANOVA- says her husband is crazy.] [San Diego County Sheriff William GORE- explains the burn.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) Why women are not getting routine mammograms examined; study statistics cited. [WOMAN, Marcia KANE - comment on the mixed messages.] [Monmouth Medical Center breast imaging director Dr. Dr. Jorge PARDES- says women drop out.] [May 26, 2009, Elizabeth EDWARDS- says she would have gotten mammograms more often.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) A later cancer story previewed.
(Chicago: Cynthia Bowers) The billion-dollar project of building the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago featured; scenes shown of the hardhats dancing under the leadership of 11-year-old Jamanelle Ransom-Marks, who had been a leukemia patient. [Mortenson Power construction foreman Bobby RIGGS, Ann LURIE- comment on the passion for the hospital.] [RANSOM-MARKS - talks about her battle with cancer and putting up a beautiful hospital.]