This program is 29 minutes long
(Richmond: Ed O'Keefe) The refusal by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to resign over the blackface scandal examined; 1984 photos from his medical yearbook page shown; details given about the calls for him to resign. [At press conference, NORTHAM - reads a statement that he is not in that photo as he said yesterday; that he did not appear at that party, but darkened his face for a Michael Jackson costume.] [Black MAN - says he should resign.] [Jan. 30. on radio, NORTHAM - explains late-term abortion procedure.] How Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax could replace Northam as a black governor noted. The response of Fairfax discussed.
(West Palm Beach: Errol Barnett) The lack of an agreement between President Trump & Congress on border security after the government shutdown ended examined. [TRUMP - says we are building a lot of wall.] [For "Face the Nation," TRUMP - says nothing is off the table for Feb. 15; states Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi wants open borders & human trafficking.] Trump's weekend plans in Florida discussed.
(Studio: Reena Ninan) Further coverage of the Trump interview on "Face the Nation" tomorrow noted.
(Caracas: Elizabeth Palmer) The political crisis in Venezuela with President Nicolas Maudro & interim President Juan Guaido facing off featured; scenes shown from the streets of Caracas of an anti-Maudro demonstration & a counter-demonstration & from a video of an air force general backing the opposition. [MAN - says the crowd is singing "he's gonna fall."] [In the crowd, WOMAN - says today there is hope & we have support.] Guaido's drafting of amnesty legislation for those willing to switch sides noted.
(Malibu, California: Carter Evans) A major Pacific storm reported; scenes shown from rainy California with flooding, downed trees, flooded streets, car wrecks. [CHiP Sgt. Perry HAGGARD= says people are driving too fact.]
(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) The festivities in Atlanta before tomorrow's pro football Super Bowl between the New England Patriots & Los Angeles Rams featured; scenes shown from inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium; details given about security. [Two FANS - comment.] [Stadium manager Scott JENKINS - talks about the stadium roof.] [Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen NIELSEN - comments on security.]
(Studio: Reena Ninan) CBS Super Bowl coverage noted,
(Studio: Anna Werner) The Consumer Reports finding of heavy metals contaminating fruit juices examined; details given about the testing for arsenic, cadmium, lead & mercury & what the CDC says about the risk from heavy metals. [Mother Stephanie TRILLING - opposes juice for her kids.] A response from the Juice Products Assn. & from responding juice companies quoted. [NYU School of Medicine environmental pediatrics dir. Dr. Leonardo TRASANDE- says exposure can disrupt hormones.]
(London: Roxana Saberi) The restoration in Egypt of the tomb of King Tut featured; scenes shown of the damaged walls of the tomb, the Getty Conservation Inst. conservators restoring areas; details given about the impact of 2011 unrest on the tourism industry. [CONSERVATOR - says the brown spots of fungus cannot be removed.]
(Thousand Oaks, California: Jamie Yuccas) The dedication of the Super Bowl-bound Los Angeles Rams pro football team to the community of Thousand Oaks, California, featured; scenes shown of the Borderline Bar shootings, the area wildfires. [Team's captain Andrew WHIRWORTH, slain police officer Ron Helus's widow & son Karen & Jotdan HELUS- talk about the community & inspiring people.]
(Studio: Reena Ninan) CBS Super Bowl coverage noted.