This program is 28 minutes long
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Major Garrett) The Republican race before tonight's debate featured; scenes shown from a Marco Rubio rally; details given about the leading candidates. [RUBIO - jokes.] [John KASICH - says there is some air out of Donald Trump's balloon.] [TRUMP - focuses on New Hampshire.] [Jeb BUSH - says Trump needs therapy.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Studio: Chip Reid) The Democratic race between presidential candidate Hillary Clinton & Bernie Sanders featured; scenes shown from the trail in New Hampshire. [SANDERS, CLINTON, former Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT%- campaign.] The coming campaign plans for both candidates noted.
(Los Angeles: Meriya Villarreal) An earthquake in Taiwan featured; scenes shown of wrecked buildings & rescues with reports from survivors. [Voice of English teacher Kate Lao SCHAFFNER@- describes what happened to the building.]
(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The impact of the Super Bowl on the host city of San Francisco examined. [NFL vice president Peter O'REILLY%- talks about the scale of the game.] [SF board of supervisors Jane KIM - opposes subsidizing the game for the rich NFL.] [SF hotel council dir. Kevin CARROLL?- cites the money brought into the city.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) CBS coverage of the Super Bowl events tomorrow cited.
(Studio: Contessa Brewer) The investigation into the behavior of pro football player Johnny Manziel examined; details given about his prior arrests, his partying, his ex-girlfriend's assault charges, being dumped by his agent. [Former player Don McPHERSON - talks about his behavior & what the agent did.] [NFL commissioner Roger GOODELL - comments.]
(No location given: Armen Keteyian) The investigation into fantasy sports businesses Draft Kings & FanDuel due to fraud allegations featured. [Company CEO Nigel ECCLES%- talks about inside trading & fairness.] [New York attorney general Eric SCHNEiDERMAN%- says this business was not being scrutinized.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Full coverage on "60 Minutes SPorts noted.
(London: Jonathan Vigliotti) The story of American adventurer Noel Santalan?, who drove six hours in the wrong direction in Iceland thus becoming an island celebrity, presented; map & photos of "the lost tourist" & new friends shown. [SANTALAN - says the GOPS got him lost.]