This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Kate Snow) The massive winter storm introduced; weather map shown.
(Oklahoma City: Mike von Fremd) The ice storms across the country featured; scenes shown of wrecked cars on the highway, rain in Arkansas, icy trees, shelters, downed trees; weather map shown. [Several PEOPLE, AmerenUE Energy Delivery Richard MARK, Missourian Mary MEDLEY - react to the weather.] [KOCO-TV meteorologist Rick MITCHELL- says it's little grains of ice.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Statistics on the citrus crops at risk in California cited.
(Los Angeles: Brian Rooney) The threat of frozen fruit featured; scenes shown from an orange grove in Orange Cove; details recalled of orange crop losses in the 1990s. [Citrus grower Nick HILL- explains his techniques; shows frost damage in the oranges.] [California Citrus Mutual Joel NELSON, produce seller Armand PUENTE- offer perspective.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The execution in Iraq of former President Saddam Hussein's aides chief judge Awad al-Bandar & half-brother Barzan Ibrahim reported; photos shown.
(Studio: Kate Snow) The assessment from outgoing multinational forces commander Gen. George Casey of President Bush's war plan noted & quoted.
(Baghdad: Jonathan Karl) The views of the war from the new commander on the ground Gen. Ray Odierno presented; scenes shown from a Baghdad neighborhood torn up by the Sunni-Shiite rivalry; details given about the role of additional US troops. [ODIERNO - says we only have so long--it is not open ended & time is running out; suggests the Iraqi government is ready to deal with the extremes; says Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr is part of the political process now; states we need to continue the mission.] The war injury to the general's son, Tony, noted.
(Studio: Kate Snow) The president's view that his mind is made up & he is moving forward despite what the Democrats say noted.
(White House: Martha Raddatz) The plight for the Democrats in opposing the war while not opposing the troops examined; details given about what the Democratic Congress could do about Iraq war funding & about the divergent plans from the Democrats. [On "60 Minutes," BUSH - says the Democrats need to explain threatening to cut funding.] [Former Senator John EDWARDS - says funding will allow another Bush mistake.] [In Iraq, Senator Hillary CLINTON - says she is trying to figure out the responsible position.] [American Enterprise Inst. Norman ORNSTEIN- outlines what could happen to the Democrats.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The questions about missing children raised by the case of Missouri boy Shawn Hornbeck, who had been kidnapped & held for four years, introduced; Justice Department statistics on missing children cited.
(Kirkwood, Missouri: Barbara Pinto) The Missouri kidnapping case & Shawn's apparent freedom examined; scenes shown of abductor Michael Devlin & the Kirkwood apartment complex where he lived. [Neighbor Rick RICHARD- talks about his life in the complex.] [Friend Kelly DOUGLAS- talks about Shawn.] [National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Dr. Juliet FRANCIS- explains their fear of being killed.] [Victims rights advocate Andy KAHAN- raises the issue of how many other missing children....] National Center for Missing & Exploited Children statistics on child abductions per year cited.
(Studio: Kate Snow) Scientists' discovery of the SORL1 gene that is linked to the risk of Alzheimer's disease noted.
(Studio: Kate Snow) The medical benefits of Omega-3 outlined on screen.
(New York: John McKenzie) New food products fortified with Omega-3 featured; scenes shown of the new products out in the last year, including a new Tropicana orange juice; details given about the preliminary pro & con evidence on Omega-3. [In a store, three SHOPPERS - react.] [Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Walter WILLETT- says the Omega-3 in orange juice will only make a minimal difference; suggests caution.] [Unilever Foods Michael BAUER- says consumers believe in Omega-3.] [Tufts University professor Alice LICHTENSTEIN- says fatty acids from fish are beneficial.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The nation's tributes to Dr. Martin Luther King reported; scenes shown from his Baptist church in Atlanta; details given about King's most private writings & artifacts that were rescued from Coretta Scott King's home & will now be housed at Morehouse College in Atlanta. [Atlanta Mayor Shirley FRANKLIN - talks about her fund-raising effort to prevent the auctioning off of the King papers.] [At the exhibit, curator Elizabeth MILLER- says the documents show King's evolving ideas.] [At the Lincoln Memorial, KING - gives his "I have a dream" speech.]