This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Charlie D'Agata) A deadly round of attacks and counterattacks in Homs, Syria, and the spread of violence to other cities featured; scenes shown of shelling in the city, heavy weapons there and the site of the assassination of a general. [Homs resident "KAMAL" - says it is a dangerous place.]
(Washington: Chip Reid) A win for Mitt Romney in the Maine caucuses with Representative Ron Paul a close second and the straw poll victory for Romney by key conservative group CPAC reviewed; scenes shown of the campaigning in Maine. [ROMNEY - campaigns against President Obama.] [ROMNEY - says he was a severely conservative governor.] [Two CPAC ATTENDEES - comment.] [At CPAC, former Alaska Governor Sarah PALIN - speaks against Obama.]
(Studio: Elaine Quijano; Chicago: Scott Conroy) How things look for Romney as the campaign goes forward and the position of President Obama's campaign on speaking at super PAC fundraisers discussed.
(New York: Michelle Miller) The jobs picture in Ohio reviewed; scenes shown from a Honda plant in Maryville and a jobs fair in Columbus. [Plant manager Jess HOBKA, worker Albert GORTNER- talk about the business.] [In Columbus, job seeker Jennifer AMONT; in eastern Ohio, unemployed Patrick BULLOCK- comment on the job hunt.]
(New York: Tony Guida) The week for New York Knicks new basketball star Jeremy Lin reviewed; game scenes shown; details given about his background at Harvard and attempts to make the NBA. [LIN - comments.] [Knicks coach Mike D'ANTONI- calls Lin amazing.] [In Chinatown clinic, kid Ada LIU; APEX vice chairman Eddie SHIOMI- comment on Lin.]
(Marquette, Michigan: Cynthia Bowers) American female boxer Michaela Mayer, who hopes to be on the first Olympic Games boxing team, profiled; Marquette, Michigan, gym scenes shown. [MAYER - comments on boxing, her "bad girl" phase in high school and competing.] [Trainer Al MITCHELL - talks about training girls.]