This program is 29 minutes long
(Manchester: Jan Crawford) The attacks on Mitt Romney from his challengers on his business background examined; Gingrich super Pac "movie" attacking Romney shown. [Jon HUNTSMAN, former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH, Texas Governor Rick PERRY - criticize Romney.] [ROMNEY - says he has worried about getting fired; states he like being able to fire people; clarifies his remarks about insurance companies.]
(Manchester: Scott Pelley) CBS Poll findings of who has the best chance of beating President Obama outlined on screen.
(Manchester: Scott Pelley) A CBS interview held with Gingrich. [GINGRICH - says he has to rebuild after a series of attack ads hurt him; states to win South Carolina is important; defends going negative to defend himself; predicts we will survive New Hampshire.]
(Manchester: Scott Pelley) The issue of changing Social Security introduced.
(Exeter: Bill whitaker) Huntsman's view of Social Security examined. [Voter Don LADD - raises questions about Social Security.] [HUNTSMAN - says those in upper income categories will get less; wants to move back the eligibility age.]
(Manchester: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Manchester: Dean Reynolds) The view of Representative Ron Paul of Social Security examined; details given of his plan for younger workers to opt out. [PAUL - says let 'em get out.] [At a town hall, PAUL - says it makes no sense to spend a trillion dollars overseas.]
(Manchester: Scott Pelley) The CBS Poll rating of President Obama's job approval and his handling of the economy cited.
(White House: Norah O'Donnell) The unexpected resignation of White House chief of staff William Daley to go back to Chicago with Jack Lew replacing him examined; details given of his rocky tenure.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The arrest of a man, Sami Osmakac, in a terrorism plot in Tampa examined; details given about the evidence against him from recorded conversations. [US attorney Robert O'NEILL - talks about his plot.]
(New York: Jon LaPook) The medical mixup at a Novartis plant in Nebraska leading to a recall of four over-the-counter medications reviewed and the frequency of medical mix-ups discussed.
(Cordova: Heather Hintze) A blizzard in the tiny fishing town of Cordova, Alaska, where it has snowed for 24 straight days featured; scenes shown of the town under 20 feet of snow and of the National Guard help. [RESIDENTS - react to the snow.]
(Concord: Scott Pelley) The view of the independent voters of New Hampshire presented; scenes shown from Concord. [Concord shop owners Audrey LITTLE‡, Michael BEAUREGARD‡, Michele LINEHART‡- talk about considering who to vote for, what the government needs to do and the jobs issue.]