This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The position taken by President Obama on the controversy over the targeting by the IRS of conservative political organizations like the Tea Party that seek tax-exempt status examined; details given about the FBI investigation. [OBAMA - speaks about the IRS misconduct: it is inexcusable.] A letter to Obama from evangelist Franklin Graham claiming religious organizations were also targeted quoted. [Romney fundraiser Frank VANDERSLOOT- says the IRS audited him.] [Attorney General Eric HOLDER - promises accountability.] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - asks who is going to jail.] Obama's press conference tomorrow discussed.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The White House release of e-mails related to what the administration said after the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, examined; details given about revisions of the talking points as asked for by State Department Victoria Nuland and final editing by deputy CIA director Mike Morrell. How these matters are a serious distraction for President Obama's second term discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) A new sexual assault scandal in the military involving an Army sergeant at Ft. Hood, who is being investigated for abusive sexual contact and ties to prostitution, examined; details given about orders on sexual assault training from Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and the growing extent of the problem. [Four OFFICIALS - say we "have no tolerance."] [Representative Jackie SPEIER- says just training won't do it.]
(New York: Paula Faris) The reaction to the announcement in the "New York Times" by actress Angelina Jolie she had a preventive double mastectomy due to having the high-risk BRCA breast cancer gene examined; details given about her plans to have her ovaries removed. [Ovarian cancer patient Niki QUASNEY- says it is about ovarian, as well as breast cancer.] [ABC's Dr. Jennifer ASHTON- explains removing ovaries after mastectomies.] Ovarian cancer statistics and risks in removing ovaries cited. [[In 2006 interview, JOLIE - comments.]
(Las Vegas: Neal Karlinsky) The appeal by O.J. Simpson to overturn his robbery conviction featured; scenes shown from his testimony in the courtroom about the 2007 sports memorabilia robbery. [Simpson friend Thomas SCOTTO- describes his life in jail.] [Trial lawyer Mark GERAGOS- assesses O.J.'s appearances.]
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The jackpot in the Powerball Lottery featured; scenes shown of lottery ticket buyers and sellers; sales statistics cited. [Tennessee Lottery Corp. Rebecca HARGROVE- comments on the lottery changes.]
(Cuenca, Ecuador: John Quinones) The retirement Shangri-La for Americans in Ecuador visited; scenes shown from this secret hotspot for 4,000 retirees: Cuenca. [Retirees Edd and Cynthia STATON, Jan and Paul COTTAGE- comment on their lives.]