This program is 29 minutes long
(Capitol Hill: Jonathan Karl) Congressional outrage over gas prices, oil company profits and tax breaks examined; scenes shown from the Senate Finance Committee hearings with leaders of the oil industry; details given of the Democratic push to eliminate tax breaks that has no chance of passing in Congress. [Senator Jay ROCKEFELLER - says you are out of touch.] [In response to question from Senator Charles SCHUMER, ConocoPhillips CEO Jim MULVA- says our task is to provide energy; criticizes raising taxes.] [Chevron CEO John WATSON- comments.] [Republican Senator Orrin HATCH - responds.] The percentage that oil companies pay in taxes and whether the oil industry tax rate is fair discussed.
(Morgan City: Jim Avila) The flooding in Louisiana from the Mississippi River that could lead to the opening of spillways to save the bigger cities of Baton Rouge and New Orleans featured; scenes shown from Stephensville, Louisiana, where the school classes are moving to high ground, the flood gates that would flood farmlands and an emergency levee in Morgan City; details given about why there will be no reimbursement for the people who leave the land. [Stephensville Elementary Dan RAWLS- talks about taking precautions.] [Resident Deborah LeBLANC- expresses anger.] [Butte Lareaux resident Adam BODAN- explains what they are being told.] [In a helicopter, Governor Bobby JINDAL- comments on the floods.]
(Studio: John Berman) The criticism of Romney's prior stance on health care in Massachusetts in 2006 examined; details given of Republican opposition to Obama's health care plan. [ROMNEY, President OBAMA - comment on the health care issue.] The criticism of Romney from the conservative "Wall Street Journal" and from Republican opponent Rick Santorum quoted.
(Washington: John Donvan) The conviction of Nazi John Demjanjuk for Holocaust crimes at a concentration camp reviewed; scenes shown from past Nazi trials. [May 5, 1994, former SS officer Erich PRIEBKE- speaks out.] [Simon Wiesenthal Center Efraim ZUROFF- says 100 Nazi investigations are ongoing and old age is not protection.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) Lightning strike on airplanes examined; photos and diagrams shown of an Airbus A380 being hit in London and a JetBlue flight over Boston. [Former Capt. Kevin HYATT - recounts what happened when the plane was struck by lightning.] How a plane is designed to repel lightning explained.
(No location given: David Muir) The story of 11-year-old Zach Bennett, who was born with neurofibromatosis, and had been befriended by the Albany River Rats hockey team, featured; scenes shown of the boy, his family and the hockey guys after the team moved to North Carolina. [Sister Jenna BENNETT- talks about Zachary and the team.] [Parents Danielle and Randy BENNETT- worry about the team leaving.]