This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Jim Avila) The dropping gas prices, the hiring spree and stable food/clothes prices featured; oil/gas price statistics cited. [Seattle driver Cheryl SANDERS - comments on spending.] [Mesirow Financial chief economist Diane SWONK- comments on "green shoots."] [Quality Float Works vice president Jason SPEER- talks about hiring.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The intelligence material taken from bin Laden's compound examined; details given about the material that is a playbook for Al Qaeda with specifics on targets, including prominent US cities and plans for attacking on US holidays, outlined. [Former counterterrorism official Richard CLARKE- says bin Laden was getting computer material with plots on them.] [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT - says he wanted to create unrest.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Report introduced.
(Ft. Campbell, Kentucky: Jake Tapper) President Obama's meeting with Navy SEALs who carried out the mission featured; details given about what he told the unit; scenes shown of Obama with his cabinet Sunday night after the mission was completed. [OBAMA - says "job well done" for this mission; recalls what Peyton Wall told about her father's last words on September 11 .]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Tonight's "20/20" on the bin Laden mission noted.
(Millington, Tennessee: Steve Osunsami) The evacuations from along the flooded Mississippi River featured; scenes shown from Millington, Tennessee, the rivers and a map of the cresting river and towns. [Resident evacuees Rita WATSON, MAN, Katie ROMANS- comment on the water.] [Louisiana Governor Bobby JINDAL- talks about the water levels.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) This severe hay fever allergy season examined; details given about pollen research findings linking higher temperatures of global warming to allergies. [Two PEOPLE - comment on symptoms.] [Cleveland Clinic Dr. David LANG- talks plants, pollen and symptoms.]
(New York: John Berman) The Mother's Day debate about the monetary value of a mother's work featured; insure.com information about the work of mothers cited. [Two SONS, DAUGHTER - praise their mothers.]
(New York: David Muir) Teen Brook Peters, who grew up in the fire station that had 11 members die on 9/11 and has done a documentary film, profiled; photos from the fire station shown. [PETERS - recalls a firefighter telling him to grow up to be a good man; remembers the World Trade Center towers; states he wants to be a filmmaker and a fireman.]