This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Norah O'Donnell) The international options to help Syria examined; details given of the US opposition to arming the Syrian opposition. [In response to reporter's questions, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- says we don't rule out any measures if....; comments on the case of the Libyan opposition.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Beirut: Clarissa Ward) How nine medical volunteers went missing and were found dead by execution and the problems of reporting inside Syria discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Last night's citizen blogger video of the siege in Homs that turned out to be Romni al-Sayed's last video report shown.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The controversy over the US military in Afghanistan mistakenly burning copies of the Koran featured; demonstrations and photos from several cities shown. [ISAF commander US Gen. John ALLEN- admits it was a mistake.]
(Tucson: Dean Reynolds) The position of Santorum on social issues reviewed; details given of his views on abortion, birth control, the law requiring companies to provide contraception, amniocentesis, gay marriage and civil unions. [SANTORUM - says it is an issue of religious liberty; opposes government funding of tests leading to abortion: it is eugenics.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Mesa, Arizona: Jan Crawford) The position of Romney on social issues reviewed; details given of his stance on abortion, the law requiring companies to provide contraception and amniocentesis. [ROMNEY - says he is pro-life.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) A diet breakthrough with possible FDA approval of the drug Qnexa examined; details given about the drug's side effects that led to its prior rejection. [Dieter Mariel ROSENWASSER- talks about losing weight with the diet drugs.] [On approving panel, Kenneth BURMAN- cites the drug's benefits.] [University of Alabama at Birmingham Dr. Tim GARVEY - comments on this obesity drug.]
(Washington: Chip Reid) Some of the artifacts in the new museum featured; scenes shown of items that belonged to Harriet Tubman. [78-year-old collector Charles BLOCKSON- reacts to the Tubman items and the burden of having them.] [Museum director Lonnie BUNCH- comments on the Tubman material.]