This program is 29 minutes long
(Pentagon: David Martin) The US charge that Pakistan was behind attacks targeting Americans in Afghanistan, including the US embassy attack and a truck bombing, examined; details given about the discovery that Haqqani insurgents’ cell phones were used to call Pakistani intelligence operatives and about the conversation between US commander Gen. John Allen and Pakistani army commander Gen. Parvez Kayani; map shown of Haqqani operations.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Earlier interview held with Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar about the accusations. [KHAR – states we seek US cooperation to work as partners rather than use Pakistan as a scapegoat; denies that the Pakistani government was involved in the operations; warns against alienating Pakistan; says sentiments in Pakistan are exceptionally hostile.]
(Ramallah, West Bank: Mark Phillips) The reaction in the West Bank to this historic day reviewed; scenes shown of the celebration in Ramallah and the crowd throwing shoes at the television screen while Netanyahu spoke; details given about the attack by Jewish settlers on the Arab village of Qusra, where a resident was killed by Israeli soldiers, and the confrontation at an Israeli checkpoint. [Palestinian MAN – says the American government stands beside the Israeli.]
(El Segundo, California: Bill Whitaker) The latest estimates on when and where debris from NASA’s falling satellite will hit the Earth featured; scenes of the satellite in space and animations shown. [Aerospace Corp. Bill AILOR- says it could fall anywhere on the planet.] [Tulsa resident Lottie WILLIAMS- recalls being hit by space junk in 1997.] [Griffith Observatory director Ed KRUPP- says this was the satellite that pinned down the depletion of the ozone hole.]
(Orlando: Jan Crawford) Texas Governor Rick Perry’s performance in last night’s Republican presidential debate in Florida reviewed. [In debate, PERRY – states opponents of the Texas law giving college tuition breaks to illegal immigrants don’t have a heart; rambles about Pakistan and India.] Whether Perry can recover from this discussed.
(New York: Scott Pelley) A look at New York City’s counterterrorism bureau presented; scenes shown of an assault team practicing for a hostage situation on a subway; details given about the technology for detecting a nuclear device. [Police commissioner Ray KELLY – says we’re the number one target in the country.] [On an NYPD boat, inspector Mike RIGGIO– explains that people who had medical radiation treatments trigger the detectors.]
(Lakeside, Ohio: Steve Hartman) The popularity of shuffleboard among kids in Lakeside, Ohio featured; scenes shown of the pee-wee singles tournament; photo shown of the reporter with his shuffleboard trophy in 1973. [KIDS – talk about the game.]