This program is 28 minutes long
(kennedy Space Center: Matt Gutman) The launch of the space shuttle Atlantis featured; scenes and photos shown of the launch; details given about the 1986 and 2003 accidents. [Two SPECTATORS - react.] [Ex-astronaut Bob CRIPPEN - comments on the shuttle.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A statement from Atlantis commander Christopher Ferguson quoted.
(Washington: John Donvan) The end of the shuttle program reviewed; scenes shown of the moon landing and the shuttle launches. [President John F. KENNEDY - talks about the goals.]
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The bleak jobs report examined; scenes shown from Louisville, Kentucky, of a new Ford plant; unemployment statistics cited. [At Philadelphia jobs fair, Joe VIOLA - comments.] ["Wall Street Journal" Jon HILSENRATH- assesses the slow job growth.] [Clothing store owner John HELLINGS- says he can't grow his business until there is more demand.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) What politicians are saying about jobs examined; his proposals outlined on screen. [President OBAMA, Representatives Jeb HENSARLING, John BOEHNER- talk about jobs.] The inability of Congress to compromise on moves on the economy noted. [In response to questions, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- outlines what the president will do about Congress.] What Senator Charles Schumer says about jobs quoted.
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The spread of the scandal around the tabloid newspaper "News of the World" examined; scenes shown of editor Andy Coulson, charged with perjury and hacking people's phones; details given about how the paper eavesdropped and the political importance in Britain of the endorsement by Rupert Murdoch. [Prime Minister David CAMERON - comments.] [Former "News of the World" deputy editor Paul McMULLAN- says we broke the law.] ["The Guardian" newspaper reporter Nick DAVIES- says the Murdoch corporation has too much power.]
(Beverly Hills, California: Bob Woodruff) The visit by the royal couple to California featured; scenes shown of the preparations for the royal invasion and the celebratory hot dogs; details given about the coming visits to Hollywood and Los Angeles. [Royal correspondent Katie NICHOLL- comments.] [Two PEOPLE - comment on Kate.] Photo of Kate with a young Canadian cancer patient shown.
(Studio: Richard Besser) A medical procedur in which a new windpipe was grown on plastic scaffolding from a man's stem cells reviewed; diagrams and video shown. [Transplant surgeon Paolo MACCHIARINI- says you can have the organ immediately.] [Transplant patient Andemariam TEKLESENBET-comments.] The biggest breakthrough when we can grow hearts, kidneys and livers from stem cells thus preventing organ rejection discussed.