This program is 28 minutes long
(Falls Church, Virginia: Wyatt Andrews) Target’s revelation about the extent of the security breach of customers’ personal information examined; statement from Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel quoted. [BillGuard CEO Yaron SAMID- explains how the information may be used by the hackers.] [Target customer Laura DOWNS- says it’s a sign of the times.]
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The latest jobs report examined; details given about the impact of people dropping out of the workforce; statistics cited. [Unemployed John FUGAZZIE- says there’s not enough jobs out there for everybody.] The role of December’s bad weather noted.
(Charleston, West Virginia: Chip Reid) The contamination of the water in West Virginia after a chemical spill into the Elk River featured; scenes shown of people at water distribution sites; details given about the leak from a Freedom Industries tank. [Resident Stephanie KEATON- reacts.] [Freedom Industries president Gary SOUTHERN- comments on the uncertainty about the volume.] [West Virginia American Water president Jeff McINTYRE- says it’s in the distribution system.] The Justice Department’s investigation mentioned.
(State Department: Margaret Brennan) The State Department’s travel alert to Americans who plan to attend the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia due to concerns about terrorist attacks featured; State Department remarks quoted; details given about the discovery in Russia of dead bodies in cars with explosives and the threat from Chechen rebels; map shown.
(Baghdad: Elizabeth Palmer) Anxiety in Iraq due to the return of Al Qaeda-linked extremists to Fallujah in Anbar province featured; scenes shown of a tearful prayer gathering. [Jilani Mosque head Syed al-JILANI- says Iraq is not safe.]
(Dallas: Anna Werner) The flu outbreak in Texas reviewed; scenes shown from Dallas County’s health clinic; details given about the impact of the H1N1 strain on children & young adults; photo shown of victim Dustin Wright, who died. [Clinic director Dr. Martin JONES- says we’re also seeing secondary complications of influenza, including pneumonia.] [Widow Ashley WRIGHT – comments.]
(North Plainfield, New Jersey: Steve Hartman) 99-year-old Agnes Zhelesnik††, America's oldest teacher, profiled; scenes shown from the Sundance grade school in North Plainfield, New Jersey. [ZHELESNIK – talks about her life and starting work at age 81.] [Several KIDS – comment.]