This program is 30 minutes long
(White House: Weijia Jiang) The final challenge from President Trump & Republicans to the results of the presidential election won by President-elect Joe Biden featured; photos shown of 11 Republican senators opposing the election results led by Ted Cruz & Josah Hawley; statement from Biden quoted; details given od the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Representative Louie Gohmert & the two runoff races for the Georgia Senate. [Senators Marsha BLACKBURN, CRUZ - speak out.] Trump's plans for a Monday rally in Dalton, Georgia, noted.
(New York: Tom Hansen) The slow rollout of the vaccine across the country featured; scenes shown of cars in line in Florida & Cleveland, Tennessee for vaccinations, field hospitals; shot statistics cited. [CBS Dr. David AGUS@, health worker Latoya SENIOR%- offer views on aspects of the coronavirus crisis.]
(Studio: Adriana Diaz) The coverage of the vaccine issues on "Face the Nation" noted.
(London: Imtiaz Tyab) The Us readiness for possible retaliation from Iran on the first anniversary of the killing of Gen. Qassem Soleimani% in Iraq reviewed; scenes shown of the Iranian response last year. including downing a Ukraine jet. The signal being sent by Iran: a possible war discussed.
(London: Holly Williams) The world reaction to the prison sentence in Saudi Arabia for a female activist, Loujain Alhathloul%. who drove a car as a form of protest, featured; photos shown of Saud al-Kitani, who supervised her torture. [Brother Walid ALHATHLOUL%- says she was brutally tortured in jail.] [Iranian HARDLINER - comments on tranquility of the nation; outlines the limitations on his sister when she is released.]
(Dickerson, Maryland: Chip Reid) The closing after 200 years of the White's Ferry that crosses the Potomac River due to a legal dispute between Maryland & Virginia landowners featured; scenes & historical photos shown of the ferry. [Ferry owner Herbert BROWN@, commuter Riley JAMESON?- explain the business issue.]
(Exeter, England: Roxana Saberi) The environmental threat to oceans & seas from microscopic microfiber plastic particles featured; scenes shown of this pollution debris. [Greenpeace biologist Kirsten THOMPSON@- says microfibers can travel up the food chain; suggests we use sustainable materials.] [Exeter, England, scientist David SANTILLO%- says it is floating polyester.]
(New York: Nancy Chen) How cardboard cutouts replaced live fans in 2020's coronavirus baseball season featured; scenes shown from the ballpark of the "fans & actor Tom Hanks' voice. [Team president Dave PAVEL - says the cutouts brought people together.] [White Sox fan Paul GARRETT?- talks about his cutouts on opening day.]