This program is 29 minutes long
(Seattle: Elizabeth Dinh) Breaking news on an avalanche near the Washington state Stevens Pass ski resort featured; details given about casualties and snowfall.
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) Iran's announcement it will cut off oil supplies to Britain and France due to European Union-imposed sanctions as gasoline prices rise examined; price projections cited. [GasBuddy.com analyst Patrick DeHAAN†- comments on the elevated prices.] [Three MOTORISTS - react to their budgets.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The controversy over remarks made by Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum about President Obama's "phony theology" examined. [SANTORUM - calls it a phony ideal or theology; states he trumps the value of the church.] [On "This Week," former White House press secretary Robert GIBBS- responds to Santorum.] [February 2, President OBAMA - speaks about the teachings of Jesus.] [On "Face the Nation," SANTORUM - clarifies his remarks.]
(Vatican: Jeffrey Kofman) The College of Cardinals in the Catholic church who will pick the papal successor examined; details given about American Cardinal Timothy Dolan; scenes shown of the aging Pope Benedict XVI. [DOLAN - jokes.]
(Studio: Mark Greenblatt) A consumer alert about inhalable shots of caffeine called Aero Shot examined; details given about an FDA investigation about the product and the impact on younger users. [Some Columbia University STUDENTS - comment.] [University of Florida professor Dr. Bruce GOLDBERGER, Senator Charles SCHUMER - worry about caffeine toxicity.] [AeroShot creator David EDWARDS- defends the product's safety.]
(New York: Mohammed Lila) The lawsuit brought against Google by a Stanford University graduate student, Jonathan Mayer, concerned with the bypassing of security settings on an Apple browser featured. [iPhone USER - comments on security.] [MAYER - comments on Google.] Google's position on personal information quoted. [Electronic Privacy Information Center director Marc ROTENBERG- says it is a bug problem for Apple.] Three steps to maximize privacy concerns outlined on screen.
(Pinghu, China: Gloria Riviera) The "Linsanity" in Lin's ancestral home in China featured; scenes shown from the school in Pinghu, his visit last year and Chinese kids playing basketball.