This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Norah O'Donnell) Obama's announcement on gay and lesbian marriage after a statement from Vice President Joe Biden examined; Gallup Poll findings on increasing public support for gay marriage cited. [OBAMA - comments on gay marriage; states the difference does not make sense to his daughters.] [December 22, 2010, OBAMA - says his position evolves.] [On Monday, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- comments on the president's position.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The response from Mitt Romney noted. [ROMNEY - says marriage is between a man and a woman and it is a tender topic.] Map of states making same-sex marriage illegal and those making it legal shown.
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) How this could be a difficult issue for Obama with Hispanic voters and in swing states examined. [Hispanic church technician Robert PICO, church secretary Ludi MEREDA- oppose Obama's position.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(New York: Elaine Quijano) The political impact of the same-sex issue on New York City Jewish Democrat David Weprin, who lost his seat, examined. [WEPRIN- says it should have been a side issue and he made his stand on civil rights, not on political grounds.]
(Studio: John Miller) More revelations about the double agent who infiltrated Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and foiled a bomb plot against US-bound airplanes presented; details given about the volunteer double agent's background, other bomb plots, the death of Fahd al-Quso killed by a drone strike and the future for Al Qaeda bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri. [Former CIA agent Phil MUDD- says public safety wins; asks if the plot was leaked too early preventing the discovery of the bombmaker; states the double agent will get millions.] The possible damage to intelligence of the leak about this source discussed.
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The role of a Texas millionaire. Leo Linbeck, who is going after incumbent politicians, examined; details given of the defeat of 10-term Representative Tim Holden after Super PAC ads against him. [Campaign for Primary Accountability founder LINBECK - expresses frustration that Congress was not working due to incumbents, who punish people who oppose them; states he has put a million dollars of his own money into the movement.] [Representative Sylvester REYES - responds to the veracity of Super PACs.]
(Ft. Meade, Maryland: Bill Plante) Air Force military photographer M/Sgt. Jeremy Lock, six time Military Photographer of the Year, profiled; sample photos shown. [LOCK - talks about the golden moment before his photos and capturing war in the faces of soldiers; explains the background of some of his photos from around the world.]