Gene Sperling; Frederick Wiseman; E.G. Marshall; Howard Gardner
National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling discusses the passage of President Clinton's budget plan. Documentarian Frederick Wiseman describes his 25th film, "Zoo," which documents day-to-day life in Miami's Metro Zoo. Actor E.G. Marshall describes the National Memorial Day concert at the Capitol, which he's been hosting annually for the past five years. Psychologist Howard Gardner explains his controversial theory of the nature of intelligence and his book "Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice."