This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Annabel Roberts) The hospitalization of Britain's Queen Elizabeth due to gastroenteritis reviewed; scenes and photos shown of the queen last week. [NBC royal contributors Robert JOBSON, Camilla TOMINEY- sums up the queen's health.] [Gastroenterologist Dr. Ray SHIDRAWI- sums up treatment.]
(Vatican: Keir Simmons) The stunning admission from Catholic Cardinal Keith O'Brien about his sexual improprieties as the cardinals gather to begin the process of selecting a new pope examined; his statement quoted; scenes shown of church services. [NBC Vatican analyst George WEIGEL- says the next pope must decide on how to avoid these situations.] [Father Dermot RYAN- talks about the pope as a man.]
(White House: Peter Alexander) The issue of the politics of the sequester examined; details given about the impact on the defense industry and the coming budget battle on funding the government. [Two Virginia WORKERS, Alabama WORKER - comment.] [In NBC interview, Speaker of the House John BOEHNER; Senator Mitch McCONNELL - blame President Obama.] [National Economic Council director Gene SPERLING- hopes Republicans will compromise.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) The deep philosophic divide between Republicans and Democrats, what may happen on other issues and why this debate may come back discussed.
(Seffner, Florida: Gabe Gutierrez) The demolition of the house in Seffner, Florida, that has a sinkhole under it featured; scenes shown of the house coming down. [Residents Janell WHEELER, Wanda CARTER - cries.] [County public utilities director John LYONS- worries about the houses.]
(Studio: Kim Cunningham) The 19th major winter storm moving across the country featured; weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The story of what happened to a senior citizen having a heart attack reviewed; scenes shown from Glenwood Gardens, a senior independent living facility in Bakersfield where staffed cannot provide CPR; 911 call played. [Senior care expert Mary WINTERS - says these facilities are basically hotels.]
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The home work debate examined. [Worker Melissa POTVIN- backs working at home.] ["The Encore Career Handbook: author Marci ALBOHER- comments on this management move.] [February 20, Yahoo! CEO Marisaa MAYER - talks about the job.] [Families and Work Inst. president Ellen GALINSKY- backs work flexibility.]