This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Whit Johnson) A Syrian government assault on the protesters in Homs featured; scenes shown of fires in the streets, an emergency U.N. meeting that refused to criticize Syrian President Bashir al-Assad because of the opposition of China and Russia and of protests at Syrian embassies in several cities. [US Ambassador to U.N. Susan RICE - complains.] A statement from President Obama critical of Assad noted.
(Moscow: Elizabeth Palmer) Protests in Moscow, Russia, calling for democratic reforms and against Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin with elections coming in a month featured; scenes shown of the protesters; details given about fraud in the last election.
(Las Vegas: Jan Crawford) Romney's expected win in Nevada featured; TV ad and Romney campaigning in other states shown. [ROMNEY - campaigns.]
(Studio: Nancy Cordes) Report introduced.
(Las Vegas: Chip Reid) Gingrich's campaign in Nevada featured. [At a church, GINGRICH - complains about the negative campaign; criticizes Romney about the poor.]
(Studio: Nancy Cordes; Washington: John Dickerson) The Nevada campaign and what Gingrich needs to do to get back in the race discussed.
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The deadly cold weather in Europe featured; scenes shown from Ukraine, Bosnia, Serbia, Romania, the Black Sea, Rome, London.
(Studio: Nancy Cordes) The loss of public sector jobs noted.
(Vallejo, California: John Blackstone) The economic problems in working class Vallego, California, examined; details given about layoffs in the fire and police departments. [City manager Phil BATCHELOR, fire chief Paige MEYERS- comment on the city's problems and coming back as a community.]
(New York: Michelle Miller) Grammy nominated Cuban-born Latin jazz musician Arturo O'Farrill profiled; performance scenes shown; details given about his work with young school musicians. [O'FARRILL - talks about the fabric of jazz, reasons for his visits to Cuba and his mentoring.]
(Studio: Nancy Cordes) The Grammy AWards on CBS noted.