This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) Intelligence about terrorism threats from Al Qaeda as the anniversary of the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden nears with US plans for a security surge examined; details given of concerns about the Al Qaeda group in Yemen led by master bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri, who designed the underwear bomb and the bombs hidden in printers. [Former counterterrorism official Richard CLARKE- comments on the September 11 kind of attack.] What Homeland Security is saying discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The investigation in the wake of the Colombia sex scandal of new allegations that Secret Service agents hired prostitutes in El Salvador featured; details given of witness accounts from El Salvador, a "Wall Street Journal" report of a rowdy party in Moscow 12 years ago. [Representatives Peter KING, Sheila JACKSON LEE- talk about the investigation.] [Secretary of Homeland Security Janet NAPOLITANO - comments.]
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The concession from billionaire Rupert Murdoch in the British investigation into hacking by his newspapers into voice mails in the search for sensational stories examined; details given about the arrests and the extent of the global media empire headed by Murdoch. [In response to question from Robert Jay, MURDOCH - says "I have failed"; states someone took charge of a coverup.] [Actor Hugh GRANT - says his messages were tapped.] ["Daily Telegraph" Peter OBORNE- says his life work has been destroyed for it now appearing to be a criminal organization.]
(New York: Dan Harris) A Harvard medical school medical study on the effect of strawberries and blueberries on the human mind examined; details given about anthocyanins in the berries that work on the brain's hippocampus to help create memory and other benefits about eating mixed berries. [Nutritionist Nancy COOPERMAN- recommends frozen blueberries and wine in moderation.]
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) The confession from Republican presidential candidate's wife Ann Romney about her battle with multiple sclerosis while campaigning presented. [Several times, Mitt ROMNEY - introduces his wife.] [Ann ROMNEY - talks about the long campaign ride.] [For "Entertainment Tonight," Ann ROMNEY - recalls being tired on the Super Tuesday campaign trail.] [Johns Hopkins University Dr. Adam KAPLIN- talks about multiple sclerosis.] [In 2008, Michelle OBAMA - talks about her father's MS.] [With Diane Sawyer, Ann ROMNEY - talks about the stress of campaigning.]
(Dallas: Ryan Owens) The reaction to the video of a young baseball fan crying at a Yankees-Rangers game after an adult got the ball thrown into the stands reported; scenes shown from the stands with narration by the Yankees announcers. [Last year, kid Ian McMILLAN- recounts giving his ball to another.] [Got the ball, Sean LEONARD- explains.]