This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Jon LaPook) The findings of two studies that children can outgrow learning behavior problems examined; brain scans and diagrams of ADHD vs. normal brains shown. [National Insts. of Health psychiatrist Dr. Philip SHAW†- says ADHD kids have delayed brain development.] [20-year-old college student Laura AUSNING‡- recalls her young problems.] [NYU child study center Richard GALLAGHER†- comments on education solutions.] The significance of these studies discussed.
(New York: Anthony Mason) The day's rise in the stock market examined; details given about Wal-Mart profits, the drop in oil prices and announcements by two financial giants.
(Studio and Washington: Armen Keteyian) The epidemic of suicides of those serving in the military examined; scenes shown of a group of relatives of those who committed suicide; details given about specific suicide incidents. [Soldiers' RELATIVES - comment on their losses.] [Senator Patty MURRAY - says we can't get the overall numbers.] The government and CBS statistics on military suicides since 1995 cited. [Department of Veterans Affairs Dr. Ira KATZ- says there is no epidemic of suicides, but it is a major problem.] [University of Georgia Dr. Steve RATHMAN - comments on the numbers.] [Former V.A. analyst Paul SULLIVAN - calls it an epidemic.] [KATZ, MURRAY - react to the numbers.] How the V.A. does not want to deal with this discussed.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The failure of the CIA/FBI security systems that allowed Lebanese-born Prouty access to top security secrets related to Hizballah examined; details given about Prouty's brother-in-law Talil Chahine, a fugitive who had known terrorist connections. [CBS terrorism analyst John BRENNAN - says the system was broken.]
(Lahore: Sheila MacVicar) Videophone report on the actions in Pakistan against former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who is now again under house arrest and her supporters, featured; scenes shown of police scuffling with demonstrators and surrounding Bhutto's home area. [Voice of opposition leader BHUTTO - says Musharraf needs to leave.] [Political analyst Hasan Askari RIZVI- says Musharraf enjoys the army's support.] Bhutto's background, including corruption charges, outlined on screen. Former Bhutto advisor Shafqat MAHMOOD- comments on the perception of corruption.] The popular support for Bhutto and Musharraf discussed.
(Studio: Katie Couric) Findings of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll on the standings of the three leading Democratic and Republican candidates in Iowa and New Hampshire cited.
(Studio: Jeff Greenfield) How poll numbers can change examined by looking at what has happened to Senator Hillary Clinton and how every event is seen as cataclysmic; inset TV political analysis shown; details given about the reasons for instant analysis. [Columbia University professor Nicholas LEMANN†- talks about the speculation.] [Al Gore's 2000 campaign press secretary Chris LEHANE†- says every speed bump becomes a brick wall.]
(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) The prayers for rain in the Southeast featured; scenes shown from outside the Georgia state house and of drying Lake Lanier. [Governor Sonny PERDUE - prays to the Lord for the miracle rain.] [Protester Ed BRUCKNER - opposes this public display led by "my public leader."]
(Euless, Texas: Hari Sreenivasan) The football ritual of the haka war dance before a game featured; scenes shown from the football field of the Trinity Trojans in Euless, Texas; details given about the Tongan immigrants in Texas. [Two PLAYERS - comment on the dance.] [Player's mother Martha TAUMOEPEAU- says the haka helps.] ["Voice of Tonga" Illaiasi OFA- talks about the Tongans in the community.] YouTube video shown of gingerbread men doing the haka dance for a New Zealand bakery.