This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Norah O'Donnell) A statement from President Obama's administration about the slaughter in Syria examined; details given of the strategy of diplomatic pressure including the expulsion of diplomats. [In response to reporter's questions, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY†- comments on the regime's brutal behavior and concerns about further militarization leading to greater chaos.] The US reluctance to arm rebel groups and what is next for US diplomatic policy to get Assad to step down discussed.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The Stuxnet and Flame computer viruses targeting Iran by spying and stealing from the system examined; details given about the potential for sabotage and espionage via Flame. [MAN - says Flame is twenty times more powerful than Stuxnet; states the reports and evidence about the start of the virus; indicates two different teams did the viruses.]
(Washington: Jan Crawford) Romney's campaign reviewed and examined; scenes shown from the campaign trail with his focus on jobs; details given about his relationship with Donald Trump, who has been questioning Obama's birth certificate. [ROMNEY - campaigns against President Obama on the jobs issue.] [On the plane, ROMNEY - comments.]
(Camden, New Jersey: Seth Doane) Indications that at a New Jersey church prayer group Hernandez confessed to killing a boy examined; scenes shown from the church and his sister's home. [NYPD commissioner Ray KELLY - talks about claims in a high-profile case.] A statement from Camden police Chief John Thomson about the claims from Hernandez's sister quoted. [Former ADA in New York Eugene O'DONNELL - says it is Hernandez's word alone.]
(Phoenix: Barry Petersen) The donation from Wells Fargo bank in Phoenix to help home buyers examined; scenes shown from a mortgage approval fair; details given about the foreclosure problems. [Home seekers Jillian de WOLFE, Jay ROMERO- talk about the dream of home ownership.]
(Montague Island, Alaska: John Blackstone) The debris from the Japan tsunami that floated on the ocean to the shores of the US featured; scenes shown from Alaska's Montague†† Island of the debris. [Gulf of Alaska Keeper president Chris PALLISTER††- shows the debris on the shoreline.] [Fisherman Tim CABANA††- talks about the pieces of stuff on the water.] [NOAA marine debris monitor Nancy WALLACE††- says it will not be radioactive.]