This program is 29 minutes long
(Exeter, New Hampshire: Jake Tapper) The front runner and the challengers featured; scenes shown from the Exeter high school and last night's debate in Manchester. [In Rochester, ROMNEY - says he worried about getting fired.] [In debates, Rick SANTORUM - speaks against class and against Romney.] [Former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH - says we set the stage for South Carolina.] Representative Ron Paul's strong showing in the debate noted.
(Manchester: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Manchester: Jonathan Karl) The scorecard for the two major debates presented. [In ABC debate, GINGRICH, ROMNEY, PAUL - debate and criticize each other.] [In NBC debate, SANTORUM, ROMNEY - bicker.] [Jon HUNTSMAN - speaks Chinese; defends serving his country.]
(Manchester: David Muir) Tuesday's coverage of the New Hampshire primary noted.
(Washington: David Kerley) The re-election campaign by President Obama featured; details given about President Ronald Reagan's second campaign, which also faced high employment numbers. [On "This Week," Obama campaign's David AXELROD- says Mitt Romney is not trusted.] [Yahoo! political director David CHALIAN- says Obama has to instill hope.] [October 1982, REAGAN - speaks about the bad news.] [ABC's George WILL - says if the economic numbers improve Obama could be in good shape.]
(New York: Tanya Rivero) A day of remembrance in Tucson on first anniversary of the shooting in Tucson of Representative Gabrielle Giffords featured; scenes shown from 2011 of the shooting site. [For "Good Morning America," husband Mark KELLY - comments on her decision to run again for the House.] [In ABC interview, GIFFORDS - calls her husband "brave."]
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The identification of the body found on the sprawling estate of the British royal family featured; scenes of the Sandringham estate and photos of teen Alisa Demetrijeva, who went missing last August and of Kate with Prince William.
(Atlanta: Yunji de Nies) The controversy over a math assignment in an Atlanta school Beaver Ridge Elementary, involving problems about slavery examined; sample questions quoted. [Black fathers Christopher BRAXTON, Terrance ARNETT- react to the questions.] [Gwinnett County schools Sloan ROACH- agrees the questions are not appropriate.]
(Manchester: John Berman) The strategy behind choosing a political campaign song examined; scenes shown of Kid Rock performing "Born Free," past political songs for FDR, JFK, Bill Clinton and some current songs used by the Republican presidential candidates; details given about permission problems with singer Tom Petty.