This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) A government warning report about sunscreen and skin cancer examined; details given about sunscreen labels, the increase in melanoma skin cancer, the problems with sunblock ingredients that do not block UVA rays, the new rules for sunscreen. [Consumers Union scientist Michael HANSEN- comments on sunscreen.] [American Academy of Dermatology president Dr. Ronald MOY- says melanoma is common for young adults.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) The reasons why the FDA took this long to change ingredients to block UVA and which sunblocks work best discussed.
(San Juan: Matt Gutman) President Obama's visit to Puerto Rico featured; scenes shown from San Juan of the warm reception for Obama; details given about the Puerto Rican swing vote and Latino voter in the US. [OBAMA - addresses the people of Puerto Rico.] [Governor Luis FORTUNO- comments on the vote.] [La Raza national campaigns director Clarissa MARTINEZ- talks about Latino vote support.]
(Studio: John Berman) Bachmann profiled; details given of her efforts to repeal the health care plan and her role in the Tea Party. [BACHMANN - declares she will run; calls Obama a one-term president; notes she is foster parent of 23.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The announcement by Jon Huntsman he will bid for the White House noted.
(Durham, North Carolina: Ron Claiborne) The sobering new national report on history education in the US featured; details given about test proficiency for 4th, 8th and 12th graders. [National Center for Education Studies commissioner Jack BUCKLEY- comments on the test.] [On the street, several PEOPLE - can't answer about the Constitution.]
(Capitol: Jake Tapper) The questions about Congress having two gyms brought to light by the fact that Representative Anthony Weiner took photos of himself from inside the House gym examined; scenes shown from inside the Rayburn House building where the locked gym is located; details given about the costs at the "Members' Wellness Center." [Citizens Against Government Waste spokeswoman Leslie PAIGE- talks about the Congressional perks.]
(New York: Cynthia McFadden) The opening of the revamped theatrical musical "Spider-Man" featured; scenes shown of rehearsels, the production with flying actors and from backstage. [In interview, composer BONO, The EDGE - comment on the bad reviews, fixing the show.] ["Spider-Man" actor Chris TIERNEY- lists his injuries.]