This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The Republican race for the 2012 nomination and the super PAC money for Mitt Romney examined; anti-Gingrich TV ads shown; details given about funds raised by Restore Our Future with money from individual and corporate donors outlined on screen.
(Muskegon, Michigan: Dean Reynolds) Santorum's political conservatism that gives him a lead in Romney's home state examined; scenes shown from the campaign trail where Santorum spoke on social issues and against the current administration. [On "Face the Nation," SANTORUM - says prenatal testing results in abortion; comments on President Obama's worldview.] The facts about amniocentesis programs and complications leading to abortion cited. [SANTORUM - speaks against Obamacare, Obama's "phony theology" and his radical environmental ideology.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: John Dickerson) Santorum's appeal to religious and conservative voters and the risk of emphasizing social issues in appealing to other Republicans discussed.
(Pentagon: David Martin) U.N. inspections of Iranian nuclear enrichment sites featured; scenes shown of the inspectors in Tehran and of a military base; details given about a possible attack on Iran by Israel and US efforts to persuade Israel to give sanctions more time to work. [IAEA team head Herman NACKAERTS- says the priority is the possible military dimensions of Iran's nuclear program.] [In Congressional testimony, US intelligence director James CLAPPER - says the weather is better in the spring.]
(Stevens Pass, Washington: Bill Whitaker) The story of Elyse Saugstad, one of the survivors of the avalanche, presented; video of a snowboard skier's air bag deploying shown. [SAUGSTAD- describes what happened with the power of the snow, her fear of dying and being unburied and rescued.] Photos of three who died in the snow slide shown.
(Los Angeles and Compton, California: Ben Tracy) A new controversial California state law that allows the parents to take over a state school, Desert Trails School in Adelanto††, examined; scenes shown from the school; details given about the Parent Trigger Law†† that allows parents to close a school and change its staff. [Principal David MOBLEY††- talks about the school system.] The court battle over the parental takeover of McKinley Elementary†† in Compton explained. [Desert Trails parent Doreen DIAZ††- comments.]
(Washington: Bill Plante) The 50th anniversary of the US Mercury flight by astronaut John Glenn in 1962 recalled; scenes and photos shown of the launch and descent after his three orbits around the globe with Glenn speaking. [In CBS interview, GLENN - talks about the US depressed psyche in the space race against the USSR; recalls what happened on the flight and being seen as a hero; hopes for the American curiosity to continue.]