This program is about 4 hours long
(White House: Whit Johnson) President Obama's speech to pro-Israeli activists about the borders for a peace plan in the Middle East featured; scenes shown of the Friday meeting of Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. [OBAMA - says the US commitment to Israel is ironclad; states the Israeli government has to make hard choices.] [On Thursday, OBAMA - says the Israeli-Palestinian borders should be based on the 1967 line.] [Former US Middle East negotiator Aaron David MILLER- says it is an unsquareable circle.] [NETANYAHU - says the 1967 lines are indefensible.]
(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Washington: John Dickerson) The story lines in the Republican field now that Daniels is out, what former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is saying about Medicare reform and the party discussed. [On "Face the Nation," GINGRICH - talks about the Ryan plan and Democratic scare tactics.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) An arrest in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan paramedic Bryan Stow at the opening baseball game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles featured; police sketches and billboards shown; details given about Stow's medical condition. [LAPD Lt. Rick STABILE- says we a suspect and detained others.] [Los Angeles Mayor Antonio VILLARAIGOSA- says this was a priority to find these individuals.] [Voice of mother Ann STOW- praises the police.]
(Buffalo: Elaine Quijano) The close race between Kathy Hochul, Jane Corwin and Jack Davis to fill a Congressional seat in the 26th District in New York state that is focused on the Republican plan to replace Medicare with a voucher system featured; scenes shown of the campaigners and voters. [CORWIN, two VOTERS, HOCHUL - talk about Medicare.] [DAVIS - speaks for smaller government.] [May 9, Representative John BOEHNER - campaigns for Jane.]
(Minneapolis: Reg Chapman) The impact of tornadoes on Minneapolis featured; scenes shown of storm damages: downed trees and power lines.
(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The tornadoes that hit Reading, Pennsylvania, reported; scenes shown of the twister and wrecked homes.
(New York: Jay Dow) New York City's new law banning smoking outdoors featured; map of states banning smoking indoors and outdoors shown. [Smokers Fran ZIERAN, Caroline BRITT, non-smoker Shari DORFMAN- complain.] [John Jay College public policy professor Dan FELDMAN- worries restrictions could be hurt.]