This program is 28 minutes long
(Tripoli: Allen Pizzey) A NATO air strike in Tripoli that resulted in civilian casualties reviewed; scenes shown from the bombed neighborhood that may have had a military connection. [Libyan government spokesman Moussa IBRAHIM- blames Sarkozy and Obama for this murder.] [NATO spokesman Wing Commander Mike BRACKEN- says a technical failure may have caused civilian casualties.]
(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Pentagon: David Martin) The War Power Act and Congressional legal complaints about the administration policy in Libya and the latest news on the withdrawal of US troops from the war in Afghanistan discussed.
(New York: Michelle Miller) What is being done to turn the high unemployment figures for African Americans around featured; unemployment for black males statistics cited. [Unemployed New Yorkers Christopher SCOTT, Jermaine CHRISTIAN- worry.] [Job counselor David JOHNS- cites the need for a skill.]
(Kennedy Space Center, Florida: Kelly Cobiella) The coming NASA layoffs as the space shuttle program ends examined; statistics cited; scenes shown from the new Embraer airplane plant and defense contractor AAR that hired shuttle workers. [United Space Alliance worker Barbara KENNEDY - comments on the layoff deadline and the uncertainty.] [Space Coast Economic Development Commission's Lynda WEATHERMAN- talks about the space industry.] [Embraer Executive Aircraft managing director Phil KRULL; SSR worker Joe URICH- talk about jobs.]
(Esmund, Illinois; Cynthia Bowers) The debate over subsidies to farmers growing corn for ethanol fuel examined. [Illinois corn farmer Paul TAYLOR - reacts to Senate cuts in ethanol subsidies.] A statement from Senator Tom Coburn on deficit reduction quoted. [PFGBEST energy analyst Phil FLYNN- says the ethanol industry no longer needs credits.] [Representative Mike ROGERS - says ethanol cannot continue bankrupting the country.]
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) A program in Chicago's gang-ridden Woodlawn neighborhood featured; scenes shown of kids working on bicycles at the Blackstone bike shop. [Youth program manager Aaron SWANTON- talks about the kids: work and reward.] [Blackstone worker Kevin APPLEWHITE- comments on his life and having a job that keeps him off the street.] [Expermental Station, Woodlawn Neighborhood, co-founder Connie SPREEN- talks about the kids.] [Young program participant Nelson WILLIAMS- comments.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The story of a single father raising two sons in east Los Angeles while working as a counselor for Homeboy Industries, an inner city anti-gang program, featured; scenes shown of their life. [Little League player Simon DIAZ - talks about his dad.] [Father Raul DIAZ - talks about his family and being the best father.] [Homeboy industries Juan SANTANA, Daniel ROSALES - talk about Diaz's help.]