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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 29, 2002
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(Washington: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(White House: Campbell Brown) The preparation for President Bush's "State of the Union" speech featured; details given of topics to be discussed; photos shown from the White House.

(Washington: Tom Brokaw) Stock Market Report.

(Edison, New Jersey: Anne Thompson) The loss of 1.4 million jobs since the beginning of the recession and mixed signals about the economy examined; scenes shown from businesses in Edison, New Jersey. [Auto worker Kenny REEVES, Edison, New Jersey, Mayor George SPEDORO, deli owner Craig MAHLER, Menlo Park museum owner Jack STANLEY - talk about aspects of the economy.]

(Washington: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(State Department: Andrea Mitchell) Bush's plans to discuss the war on terrorism, including sending warnings to rogue nations Iran, Iraq, and North Korea outlined. [Interim Afghan leader Hamid KARZAI - promises changes in Afghanistan.] [Former National Security Advisor Sandy BERGER - says the United States must keep pressure on countries sponsoring terrorism.] [Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Lee HAMILTON - says the Middle East policy is "deteriorating".]

(Washington: Tom Brokaw; Washington: Tim Russert) Bush's high approval rating, his plan to appeal for bipartisan unity in dealing with the recession and the politics of the Enron scandal discussed.

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Brown, Campbell;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Russert, Tim;
Thompson, Anne
Duration:
00:08:10

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