This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Mike Taibbi) The deadly fire at a crowded nightclub in Brazil featured; scenes and photos shown from Santa Maria of the fire and clubgoers; details given about similar nightclub tragedies in Rhode Island in 2003 and Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2004.
(Cairo: Ayman Mohyeldin) The deadly protests in a divided Egypt that is testing President Mohamed Morsi updated; scenes shown from the Port Said funeral procession that turned deadly and of other unrest, including a fire at a Cairo hotel; details given of Morsi's declaration of a state of emergency with a curfew and emergency political talks to end the deadly violence.
(Davenport, Iowa: Mike Seidel) The winter storm in the Midwest and East with a warmup in the South and then a cold front later in the week reviewed; weather and temperature maps shown.
(White House: Peter Alexander) President Obama's tackling of second term priorities on immigration and gun control featured; details given about his immigration plan. [Senators John McCAIN, Dick DURBIN, Robert MENENDEZ - talk about immigration issues.] Statements from Senator Marco Rubio about illegal immigration and citizenship and from President Obama about guns quoted. [Representative Paul RYAN - says Newtown is our worst nightmare so we need a deeper investigation.] The coming Congressional hearings on gun violence and what Obama said about football noted.
(New York: Rehema Ellis) School sports programs for disabled children examined; details given about Department of Education suggestions for the hearing impaired, swimming rules, student opportunities etc. [American Assn. of Adapted Sports Programs Tommie STORMS- says we need more guidelines; explains how teams are created in school districts.] [Son with cerebral palsy, Bryan McGOUIRK- talks about his son playing sports.]
(Atlanta: Katy Tur) The economic implications of a new surcharge on credit card use examined; details given about state bans on surcharges. [Consumer Action Joseph RIDOUT- says this is not good news for consumers.] [Three SHOPPERS - react to the fees.] [CNBC's Sharon EPPERSON- doubts businesses will use the fee.] [Clothing store owner Sylvia KARCH- explains her balancing act.]
(New York: Michelle Franzen) The reunion of the Breezy Point members of the Golden Age Club, who used to meet on Tuesday at the St. Thomas More Church, featured; scenes shown of the reunion on the bus bound for the all-girl Nightingale-Bamford school to tell their story. [Sandy survivor Annie HEZLIN- says at least we survived.] [Club's Lorraine LARSON, student Meg FIELD- comment.]