This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Sam Champion) The deep freeze and related cold weather health concerns reviewed; weather and temperature maps and frozen video, including a wet T-shirt that froze, shown. [Six PEOPLE - comment on the cold.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) Obama's plan after the inauguration featured; details given about the issue of climate change and his Organizing for Action advocacy group to promote his agenda. [Senator Mitch McCONNELL - calls the inauguration speech left of center.] [In speech, OBAMA - speaks about the threat of climate change.] [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- says the president will move forward on climate change.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's appearance tomorrow before Congress to answer questions about the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, previewed; scenes shown of her last night at the inauguration with husband former President Bill Clinton; details given about the specifics she will be asked about security in Libya. [Senator John McCAIN - criticizes Hillary.] Senator John Kerry's confirmation hearing to succeed her noted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) The Australian study findings on the aspirin-macular degeneration link discussed.
(Washington: Jim Avila) A USP study of fraud in food examined; details given about the doctoring of liquids in ground food, diluted olive oil, pomegranate juice, spices, tea bags, lemon juice. [National Consumers League director Sally GREENBERG- talks about diluted lemon juice.] Consumer advice and the reaction of the FDA and GMA to food fraud issues presented.
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The story behind Beyonce's singing of the national anthem at yesterday's presidential inauguration examined; scenes shown of the "Star Spangled Banner" being sung live or lip-synched with Kelly Clarkson and James Taylor singing live. [Voice of TAYLOR - talks about the problems of playing guitar live in the cold.] Two explanations from the US Marine Corps Band about the Beyonce performance quoted.
(Washington: Cecilia Vega) The candid camera look at the Obama family during yesterday's presidential inauguration while they watched the parade examined; scenes shown of President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and the two daughters, Sasha and Malia. [January 14, OBAMA - talks about his girls.] [Former chief of staff for Laura Bush, Anita McBRIDE†- talks about the live inside the bubble.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A report that the president has said Malia cannot have a Facebook page mentioned.