This program is 29 minutes long
(Chicago: Bill Plante) President Obama's summit with the NATO alliance about the long war in Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of Obama with his fellow leaders; details given about what the allies want to do and about the war's cost in a time of global austerity. [OBAMA - says we will complete this mission; notes there will be hard days ahead, but we are on the right track.] [NATO Secretary General Anders Gogh RASMUSSEN- promises to stay committed to the operation.] [Afghanistan's President Hamid KARZAI - talks about the allies' role.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The demonstrations in Chicago against the NATO meeting featured; scenes shown of the protesters with police; details given of the arrest last week of three conspiring terrorists and an Anonymous cyber attack on Chicago's Website. [Protester Jeri SPARKS- comments.] [Police supt. Garry McCARTHY- comments on safety at the protests.]
(Cairo: Elizabeth Palmer) The presidential election in Egypt where Christians feel unsafe featured; scenes shown from Cairo, a fire at a Coptic church and the demonstrations for democracy last year. [Egyptian CHRISTIAN - worries about what will come.]
(New York: Tony Guida) The arrival of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng in the US where he will study law at the New York University featured; scenes shown of the welcome in New York City; details given about his long crusade against forced abortion and his settling into the city. [Columbia University professor Andrew NATHAN - says China tacitly acknowledged Chen was abused.]
(Joplin: Ben Tracy) The recovery of Joplin from the destruction of the tornado featured; scenes shown of a tent church service and rebuilding across the city. [Peace Lutheran Church member Sue Ellen BURRACK- reacts to what happened.] [Victim's mother Michelle HAIR- comments on her late son, the visit by police confirming the death, thinking about him in the morning.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor, Erin Moriarty) The expected prison sentence of Ravi in this bias intimidation case, the evidence the judge is considering and the message sent to prosecutors about hate crimes previewed.
(San jose, California: John Blackstone) Chinese-American Ariel Hsing, an Olympic table tennis player, profiled; scenes and photos of Ariel shown. [School counselor Erik ELLEFSEN, HSING, football coach Mike MACHADO- comment.] [HSING - talks about her "Uncles" Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.]