This program is 26 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Rather) Official results of the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary reported; incorrect information reported last night noted. Interview held with CBS director of surveys Kathleen FRANKOVIC. [FRANKOVIC - talks about Republican write-in votes for Democratic candidates, last night's polling inaccuracies, what the primary results mean for President Bush.] Report introduced.
(White House: Susan Spencer) Bush's campaign in the South featured; scenes shown of him in Knoxville, Tennessee. [Republican presidential candidate Patrick BUCHANAN, BUSH - comment on their showings in the New Hampshire primary.] [BUSH - talks about his campaign, his economic plan.] [Federal Reserve chairman Alan GREENSPAN - says business activity should pick up.] [Political analyst Merle BLACK - says Bush is in political trouble in the South.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Interview held with Buchanan. [BUCHANAN - says he welcomes debate with Bush; talks about his need to win a primary, potential impact of economic upturn, his platform as a "Ronald Reagan, Barry Goldwater Republican."] Results of New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary reported. Report introduced.
(Baltimore: Richard Threlkeld) Maryland campaign of Democratic presidential front-runner Paul Tsongas featured; scenes shown of him and wife Niki Tsongas arriving in Baltimore, Maryland, today. [On Tuesday in Manchester, New Hampshire, TSONGAS - says "hello Washington."] [TSONGAS - talks about campaign funds, Maryland.] [Maryland MAN, WOMAN - talk about Tsongas.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Interview held with Democratic presidential candidate Governor Bill Clinton; scenes shown of him campaigning in Georgia. [CLINTON - talks about his New Hampshire showing, possibility that other Democrats may run, impact of his draft deferment during the Vietnam war, tabloid stories about him.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Government figures on new home construction last month, Boeing's announcement of planned layoffs in Washington state noted. Report introduced.
(No location given: Ray Brady) Job scams featured; scenes shown of Metro Employment agency being served a subpoena. [WOMAN - says she doesn't run a job scam.] [Attorney General Mark BARNETT - comments on alleged job scam at Metro Employment.] Different types of job scams listed. [Scam expert Stuart RADO - talks about various scams.] [Gary THOMAS - comments on Metro Employment scam.]
(Studio: Dan Rather) Tomorrow's Money Crunch segment previewed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) White House spokesman reported saying the United States is establishing diplomatic relations with four more former Soviet republics; exclusion of republic of Georgia from such relations noted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) United States State Department warning that Americans face a greater risk of terrorism when travelling abroad following Israel's killing of the Hizballah leader last weekend reported; scenes shown of rockets launched from northern Lebanon to southern Israel.
(Studio: Dan Rather) United Nations Security Council reported warning Iraq today to cooperate fully in scrapping its chemical and nuclear weapons and to allow future United Nations monitoring.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent reported meeting in Washington, DC, today with Representative Thomas Foley and the rest of the Washington state Congressional delegation with regard to Japanese investors who want to buy the Seattle Mariners baseball team.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Today's announcement of Academy Award nominations reported; excerpts shown from the films "Bugsy" and "Beauty and the Beast"; films nominated for best picture listed.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Ron Allen) Trial of Los Angeles police officers charged with beating motorist Rodney King last March featured; courtroom scenes shown. [Officer Garland HARDIMAN - talks about death threat, racial climate in the Los Angeles police department.] Scenes shown of body outline drawn outside Hardiman's locker; excerpts shown of television show "Dragnet" and of March 3, 1991, videotape of King beating. [Police Foundation president Hubert WILLIAMS - comments on perception of Los Angeles police department.] [Policeman's attorney Paul DePASQUALE - comments.] [KING - talks about the incident.] [Defense attorney John BARNETT - says officers suspected King was on PCP.] [King's attorney Steven LERMAN - says King's beating wasn't provoked.] Reforms in the Los Angeles police department recommended by an independent commission, community based policing mentioned. [Los Angeles police department sergeant Sandy Joe MacARTHUR - talks about being more involved with community.] [Independent commission chairman Warren CHRISTOPHER - talks about reforms.]