This program is 30 minutes long
(Washington: Jim Miklaszewski) The five home videotapes revealing the life of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in hiding in Pakistan featured; excerpts shown of gray-bearded Osama in 2010 watching himself on TV; details given about the likelihood he had a support network inside Pakistan. [Retired Gen. Barry McCAFFREY- says he died isolated.] [On "60 Minutes," OBAMA - speculates about Pakistan and bin Laden.] [on "Face the Nation," Senator John KERRY- says he likely had a support system.] [On "Meet the Press," national security adviser Tom DONNELLY- says bin Laden was involved in Al Qaeda operations.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Islamabad: Peter Alexander) The reaction in Pakistan to the bin Laden tapes featured; details given about what his wives are telling authorities about bin Laden's life; scenes shown from a rural farming village where he lived before Abbottabad. [Two PAKISTANIS, former head of Pakistani intelligence Gen. Javed ASHRAF- react to the tapes.] The public relations war between the US and Pakistan about the significance of bin Laden's role noted.
(Studio: Lester Holt) Live discussion held with terrorism analyst Roger Cressey about bin Laden. [CRESSEY - explains why we are sharing this information, the success we have had over a decade against Al Qaeda, but how the threat is still real.]
(Memphis: Jay Gray) The flooding from the Mississippi River in Memphis featured; scenes shown of flooded streets, sandbagging operations, people evacuating. [Four RESIDENTS, evacuee William OWEN- react to the flood waters.]
(Los Angeles: George Lewis) The story of Rita Chretien, who survived 7 weeks lost in the Nevada backwoods with her husband Albert, featured; photos shown of their car; details given about the search for Rita's husband. [Son Raymond CHRETIEN- recounts how they got lost and how his mother was rescued.] [St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center Dr. James WESTBERRY- comments on Rita's condition.]
(Benghazi, Libya: Richard Engel) The future for Al Qaeda central terrorism after the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden†† and what it means for American security examined; details given about past attacks and plots against the US, the role in Yemen of Anwar al-Awlaki and the powder keg in Somalia. [NBC terrorism analyst Evan KOHLMANN†- says Al Qaeda is operating under their own banner.] The possible role for bin Laden aide Ayman al-Zawahiri and the rise of smaller groups attempting to take over the organization discussed.
(Colorado Springs: Kerry Sanders) "Pediatrics" report on the number of children with food allergies examined; statistics cited; details given about how different school communities deal with student allergies to peanuts. [Allergic to peanuts, 6-year-old Lilly MARTIN - comments on her allergy.]
(New York: Kevin Tibbles) The surprise reunion in Hawaii of half-brothers Rick Hill and Joe Parker featured; scenes and photos shown. [PARKER, HILL - recount finding out they were brothers after 38 years; talk about their similarities.]