This program is 29 minutes long
(Tampa: Jan Crawford) Mitt Romney's campaign after Florida featured; details given about the coming caucuses and the key Super Tuesday states. [ROMNEY - campaigns on the process: we have the organization to get the delegates.]
(Miami: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Orlando: Dean Reynolds) Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich's campaign featured; scenes shown from Orlando; details given about his fund raising and the upcoming Super Tuesday. [GINGRICH - says the race will run six months.] [Gingrich campaign manager Bob WALKER - says it is a national race.]
(Miami: Scott Pelley) CBS News estimates of the Republican delegate count to date outlined on screen.
(Miami: Scott Pelley, Bob Schieffer) The reaction in Florida to the nasty negative ads from Romney and how it could cost the Republicans down the line discussed.
(Miami: Scott Pelley) CBS News coverage tonight of the primary results noted.
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The battle in Syria between the government and the rebel opposition featured; scenes shown of the fighting in Homs, Dara'a and Idlib and a deserting army battalion.
(Lehigh Acres, Florida: Mark Strassmann) The huge drop in Florida home prices since 2006 examined; scenes shown from around Ft. Myers. [Lost home, Sue KALKA- shows her foreclosed house; calls her street "Foreclosure Alley" where we all lost our homes; blames Wall Street and the banks.] [Presidential candidate Mitt ROMNEY - campaigns about homes.]
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The cheating scandal at Claremont McKenna College in which false data about math and reading SAT scores was submitted to "US News and World Report" for its best colleges ranking examined; details given of the experts' criticism of ranking colleges and the significance of such rankings. [Claremont student Sam MITCHELL - talks about the school.] [American Assn. of College Registrars director Barmak NASSIRIAN- comments on the college ranking system.]