This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Kristen Welker) The State Department's extension of the closing of embassies in the Middle East and north Africa due to intelligence reports about Al Qaeda in the Arabian peninsula featured; details given about NSA intelligence and a terror threat in Pakistan. [Senator Saxby CHAMBLISS- comments on the chatter.] [NBC's Atia ABAWI - says the Kabul compound will remain closed.] [Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael CHERTOFF - talks about the plot.] [Two TRAVELLERS - comment.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM, Representative Adam SCHIFF- offer views on Al Qaeda and the NSA.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Cairo: Richard Engel) The link of the threat to Al Qaeda in Yemen led by Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's former secretary examined; scenes shown from downtown Cairo of the embassy behind a concrete barrier.
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The day-by-day plan for dealing with the unspecified terrorism at a time of a danger plot discussed.
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) A car rampage on the boardwalk in the Venice Beach area of California, featured; security camera video of the moment of impact, the aftermath and the boardwalk today shown; details given about the death of an Italian honeymooner. [Three WITNESSES - react to what happened.] [LAPD Robert LONG- says Mason Campbell has been booked.]
(New York: Ron Mott) The suspension facing Rodriguez examined; scenes shown of him practicing in the minor leagues; details given about the clinic in Florida providing drugs to players. [NBC Sports Bob COSTA- says baseball is serious.] [At press conference, RODRIGUEZ - says he will tell it all at some point.]
(Tehran: Ann Curry) The shift in power in Iran with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad being replaced by a moderate examined; scenes shown of the presence of the world press for the inauguration and the show presented by Iran with top foreign officials not from the West there.
(Orlando, Florida: Rehema Ellis) A look at state sales tax breaks for the purchase of school supplies before classes start examined; spending statistics cited. [SHOPPERS - talk costs and tax savings.] [Moody's chief economist John LONSKI, CNBC's Courtney REAGAN- talk about the revenue risks of tax holidays.] [National Retail Federation Kathy GRANNIS- suggests parents reuse.]
(on Seal Island, Maine: Anne Thompson) The plight of the puffin sea birds featured; scenes shown of puffin chicks on Seal Island, Maine. [National Audubon Society Dr. Steve KRESS- says we can help bring back species.] [Scientist Jeffrey RUNGE- talks about the ocean warming trend and the puffin food supply.]
(Somewhere in Great Britain: Kerry Sanders) The recovery by treasure hunters of 110 tons of silver from a shipwreck featured; scenes shown of the salvage operation off Ireland at the wreck of a World War II ship torpedoed by a German U-boat and of the recovered silver bars. [Odyssey Marine Exploration Andrew CRAIG, Mark GORDON- comment on the silver ingots from deep waters.]