This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Armen Keteyian) Champion cyclist Lance Armstrong’s denial of accusations from former teammates that he took performance-enhancing drugs featured; details given about what teammate George Hincapie told investigators about using EPO with Armstrong. [On "60 Minutes," former teammate Tyler HAMILTON – admits Armstrong injected EPO like we all did.] Where the federal investigation might go discussed.
(White House: Bill Plante) The tense White House meeting between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu featured; details given of Obama's call for negotiations with the Palestinians based on Israel’s 1967 borders; map shown. [OBAMA - says there are differences between us.] [NETANYAHU – says a peace based on illusions will crash eventually on the rocks of Middle Eastern reality; says it falls on his shoulders to work with you to fashion a peace...]
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The question of why gas prices are not falling as quickly as oil prices examined; graph shown. [3 DRIVERS – comment.] [Gasoline and Automotive Service Dealers of America Michael FOX- says it rises like a rocket and drops like a feather.] [Ohio State University Matthew LEWIS- says when prices are falling gas stations make their most profit.]
(New York: Michelle Miller) The bail conditions for former International Monetary Fund director Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who is accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid, outlined; scenes shown from the courtroom; details given about opposition from his prospective neighbors to his living in their building. [Attorney Gerald LEFCOURT- says there are people out on far worse.] [Former prosecutor Wendy MURPHY- says some people probably see this as favoritism.] [Strauss-Kahn’s attorney William TAYLOR- says he had to move because the press tried to invade his private residence.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The belief held by Christian followers of Family Stations, Inc. president Howard Camping that tomorrow, May 21, is the apocalypse featured; Judgment Day signs and billboards shown; Family Radio assets cited; scenes shown of late night comics joking. [CAMPING - says you and I are living at the time of the end of the world; says there’s going to be huge earthquake.] [Camping follower Ken RONNING- says there is still time to cry out for mercy.] [St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church Rev. Michael SEILER- says it’s a combination of a peculiar way of reading the Bible coupled with brilliant American marketing.]
(Washington: Jan Crawford) The rough start for the Republican field in the 2012 presidential election featured; details given about attacks on Newt Gingrich’s criticism of Representative Paul Ryan’s budget plan and the possible entry of Governor Mitch Daniels and Representative Michele Bachmann into the race; ads targeting Gingrich and Mitt Romney shown. [PAWLENTY – says we can’t improve this country with the president we have.]
(Moneygall, Ireland: Mark Phillips) President Obama's plan to visit the village of Moneygall, Ireland, where he has family roots, during his upcoming trip to Europe featured; scenes shown from the town; footage shown of past presidents visiting Ireland. [In 2007, parishioner Carey WILDE- says she didn’t know who he was.] [Today, WILDE – says she’s grown to love him.] [Obama’s 8th cousin Henry HEALY- says he’ll find everyone crawling out of his family tree to meet him.] [Moneygall resident Senead CULLITON- worries about “post-Obama stress disorder.”]