This program is 29 minutes long
(Oakland: Lee Cowan) A school shooting at a Christian college in Oakland, California, featured; scenes shown from the Oikos University private campus; details given about the school and about a possible suspect. [Student Deborah LEE, teacher Lucas GARCIA, staffer Marilyn DANIELS - describe and react to what happened.]
(Washington: Norah O'Donnell) What President Obama said about the Supreme Court's consideration of his health care law examined; details given about the issue of judicial activism. [OBAMA - says the court will not take the step of overturning a law passed by a majority of Congress.]
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The Census details examined; film shown; statistics on income, education and sample records cited. [National Archives Connie POTTER - comments on the Census.] [Genealogist David KLEIMAN- talks about the Census and family history.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The difficulties CBS News had logging onto the records noted.
(Istanbul: Clarissa Ward) Yesterday's interview held with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about Syria and Assad's regime. [CLINTON - comments on how Assad must go, the rebels communication problems, the cracks in Assad's regime, which has cracked down on families.] How aid from the Persian Gulf states will get to the rebels via the Syrian National Council discussed.
(Rangoon: Seth Doane) The elections in Burma in which activist Aung San Suu Kyi ran for a seat in parliament examined; scenes shown from Rangoon and a farming community where the farmers talked about politics and the hope of democracy. [SUU KYI - speaks about the people.] The people's investments in Aung San Suu Kyi and the belief it could be a new era for Burma/Myanmar discussed.
(Studio: Jon LaPook) A study of disease, DNA and the usefulness of genetic testing examined; diagrams shown about DNA damage, the limited usefulness of testing for cancers and other illnesses.
(Charlotte, North Carolina: Anna Werner) The story of Vietnam War veteran Sgt. De Hillyer presented; war era footage from Vietnam and of anti-war protests shown. [HILLYER - explains how the war changed him forever.] [Therapy group member Marvin CUFFEE- comments.] A Saturday celebration in North Carolina at the Speedway finally welcoming home the veterans shown. [At the fete, HILLYER - reacts.]