This program is 30 minutes long
(Minot: John Yang) The historic flooding in Minot and from the Missouri River featured; scenes shown of the water, dirt levees, the Missouri flooding, Minot homes and shelters. [Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Kendall BERGMANN- calls it "our war zone."] [Two RESIDENTS - react.] [Food Services of America project manager John DROGOSZ- explains removing the berm.]
(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) The celebration in New York City at the annual gay pride parade following the state's passage of a same-sex marriage act featured; scenes shown from the West Village of demonstrations. [Governor Andrew CUOMO, gay MAN - comment on equality.] [Crosby Street Hotel Craig MARKHAM - talks about the businesses associated with weddings.] Map shown of states banning or approving same-sex marriage. ["Washington Post" Neil IRWIN- talks about the spending when it is legalized.]
(White House: Mike Viqueira) A poll in Iowa showing Representative Michele Bachmann as the Republican front runner along with Mitt Romney featured; details given about her reputation and possibly being overshadowed by former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin with Tim Pawlenty as the loser in Iowa as he trails many. [On Fox, BACHMANN - comments on the economy; denies she is a flake.] [In 2008, BACHMANN - says President Obama has anti-American views.] [Political analyst Stuart ROTHENBERG- says Pawlenty has to change the dynamic.] The debt ceiling debate mentioned.
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) New details about the years on the lam for mob boss and FBI informant James "Whitey" Bulger reviewed; photos shown; details given about his time now in jail after years in Santa Monica, California, with trips to Mexico. [Ex-girlfriend Lindsay SEAR- praises Jimmy.]
(New York: Peter Alexander) The crossroads in the trial of Casey Anthony for the murder of her daughter, Caylee, featured; scenes shown from the Orlando courtroom; details given about the sudden Saturday adjournment, the issue of whether Casey will take the stand in her own defense, the testimony from mother Cindy Anthony and brother Lee Anthony and new pictures of Caylee at the home swimming pool. [InSession correspondent Beth KARAS- comments on the possibility of Casey's testimony about a drowning; notes the elements of mystery drawing in crime story followers.]
(Empire, Nevada: Mary Thompson) The modern-day ghost town of Empire, Nevada, that lost its residents when the drywall plant shut down visited; scenes shown from the closed-down company town. [USG company plant manager Lonnie DYKE- comments on the frustration of losing jobs and homes.] [Former residents David CARTER, Al WORLEY- talk about the town.]
(In the Napa Valley: Lee Cowan) The story of an innovative program for treating PTSD in returning military war veterans by using civilians to help in the transition for the soldiers to civilian life featured; scenes shown of therapies at the Pathway Home and the Napa vineyards. [Army vets Ryan KAHLOR, Romeo HORVATH- comment on their adjustments.] [Pilates instructor Heidi STRONG, PTSD worker Fred GUTTMAN- talk about giving back.] [Veteran Matt CARHART- comments on the program.]