This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) The bail requirements for former International Monetary Fund director Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who is charged with sexually assaulting a hotel maid, featured; scenes shown from the court and the Bristol Plaza building that opposed him living there; details given about his IMF severance pay and pension. [Voice of New York state supreme court Justice Michael OBUS- comments on conditions.]
(Studio: Jim Avila) The consumer-driven job surge examined; statistics cited; scenes shown from Fenton, Missouri, from the Hitchcock Butterfield mirror company and from other American manufacturing businesses. [WORKER, BOSS, light bulb worker Chris ANDERSON, industrial worker Carl VANDERS - comment on jobs.] [Wells Fargo economist John SILVIA- talks about retail jobs.]
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The belief held by many that May 21 will be judgment day featured; details given about the followers of Howard Camping of Family Radio. [CAMPING - says tomorrow will be the beginning of judgment day at 6PM; asserts it is going to happen.] The reasons for the current receptivity for doomsday prophecy outlined. [Oregon State University Courtney CAMPBELL- talks about control.] A Tweet from Jon Stewart quoted.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) New information about Jared Loughner, who shot Giffords and others in Tucson, examined; details given from 2010 e-mails from Pimas Community College indicating his madness. [Campus security expert Ken TRUMP- says better decisions could have been made.]
(Vicksburg, Mississippi: Yunji de Nies) A look at the levee built by one homeowner in Vicksburg, Mississippi, presented; scenes shown of the house that is now like an island.
(White House: Jake Tapper) The White House meeting of President Obama with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu featured; details given of the issue of Obama's view that Israeli-Palestinian negotiations should be based on the 1967 borders and their agreement on Syria and Iran. [OBAMA - says Israel's security remains paramount in US evaluations; comments on US steps to pressure Syria.] [NETANYAHU - speaks about the dream of a sovereign state for Israel; states the 1967 lines are indefensible.] [Brookings Inst. Martin INDYK- talks about the tension between the two men.]
(New York and studio: Cynthia McFadden) A behind-the-scenes look at the revised "Spider-Man," the musical, presented; scenes shown from the show. [Composer BONO - agrees with the "New York Times" review.] [Stuntman/actor Chris TIERNEY - recounts the extent of his injuries.] Further coverage on "Nightline" discussed
(No location given: Jeremy Schaap) The four women whose lives were saved by organs donated by boxer Paco Rodriguez, who died after a boxing match, profiled; photos and video shown of the four organ recipients who met the donor's family in Chicago. [Trainer George HERNANDEZ, wife and brother Sonia and Alex RODRIGUEZ- recount what happened to Paco after the fight.]