This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Major Garrett) The inaugural address reviewed. [OBAMA – speaks about Social Security, gay rights, climate change, immigrants, gun control and the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.] Obama’s remarks about eliminating reforming inefficient programs that was aimed at Republicans noted.
(Washington: Scott Pelley, Bob Schieffer) Inauguration Day and Obama’s speech discussed.
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The plan for House Republicans to vote to extend the debt ceiling for 3 months featured; details given about the impact of multiple showdowns over the debt and spending on the Republican Party; findings of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll cited. [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER – comments.] [Senator John THUNE- says this is a recognition by the Republican Party.] The Republicans’ push for Democrats to pass a budget noted.
(Washington: Scott Pelley) President Obama’s call for new gun control measures in his inaugural address noted.
(Philadelphia: Elaine Quijano) The divide over gun control featured. [South Philadelphia High School principal Otis HACKNEY- says he would like Obama to continue this fight.] [Shooting range owner Tom MANNEWITZ- worries about his Second Amendment liberties.] The rush at gun shops across Pennsylvania noted.
(London: Mark Phillips) The battle at the In Amenas gas facility between the Mass Brigade Islamic terror group and Algerian forces reviewed; scenes shown from the site, Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal speaking about the assault, the kidnappers’ arsenal of weapons; video of Mass Brigade leader Mokhtar Belmokhtar shown. [Daughter Erin LOVELADY- comments.] [Freed hostage Alan WRIGHT- recounts what he told his family.]
(Phoenix: Bill Whitaker) Immigrant rights activist Erika Andiola’s push for immigration reform featured; details given about how she saved her mother and brother from deportation; her tearful YouTube video shown. [In interview, ANDIOLA – asks for a chance to give back to the country.]
(Washington: Byron Pitts) The Native American Women Warriors color guard team that marched in the inaugural parade today featured; scenes shown; details given about the conditions on the Crow reservation in Montana. [Founder Sgt. Mitchelene BIGMAN- talks about her grandmother, who served in World War II; recalls having to prove herself to her all-male battalion; says it’s time to heal as a nation.]