This program is 29 minutes long
(Tampa: Peter Alexander) Mitt Romney's campaign in Florida featured; details given about his negative ads aimed mostly at Newt Gingrich; scenes shown of him calling voters in Tampa, leading the crowd in singing “America the Beautiful”; anti-Gingrich ads shown. [ROMNEY – comments.] [VOTER – comments on the negative campaigning.] The campaigning by Ron Paul and Rick Santorum in Nevada and Colorado noted. [SANTORUM – says this race is wide open.]
(Orlando: Ron Mott) Gingrich’s campaign in Florida featured; scenes shown from Fred's Southern Kitchen in Plant City; his robocall about Romney defunding a Kosher meal program played. [GINGRICH – jokes about Romney dropping out.]
(Studio: Brian Williams, Tamron Hall, Chuck Todd; Washington: David Gregory) Florida exit poll findings, Romney’s campaign after Florida, the possibility of a third party and Gingrich’s plan to stay in the race discussed.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The threat of an attack on the US by Iran examined; details given about Mossad head Tamir Pardo briefing Congressional leaders and CIA director David Petraeus. [NBC national security analyst Michael LEITER- says a plot in October changed the views on what Iran was willing to do.] [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU- says Iran must not be allowed to develop nuclear weapons.] [PETRAEUS, National Intelligence director James CLAPPER- comment on working with Israel.] [Former CIA officer Bruce RIEDEL- explains why the US is more vulnerable than Israel.]
(New York: Anne Thompson) The warm January weather featured; scenes shown of a golfer in North Platte, Nebraska, a skateboarder in Virginia; details given about the role of the jet stream and global warming; diagram shown. [New YORKER, St. Louis WOMAN – comment.] [In February 2011, Chicago driver Glenn TELUCKY- comments on being trapped by the blizzard.] [Today, TELUCKY – comments on the warm day.] [National Center for Atmospheric Research Gerald MEEHL- notes there is a better chance of record warmth and reduced chance of record cold.]
(Los Angeles: Nancy Snyderman) Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Larry Dorr, who founded the Operation Walk charity to provide free surgeries for people around the world, featured; details given about the free surgeries provided by him and other surgeons for uninsured Americans with bad hips and knees. [DORR – says these people have lost their hope for their tomorrows.] [Patients Teri DANZ, Steven ROBERSON- comment on their pain.]