This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles; Sandra Hughes) The issue of the financial cost of caring for the aging relatives examined; details given from a caregivers study about where the money goes. [Caring for her parents, Maryann and Stacy WINCHELL- talk about the task of caregiving.] [Evercare's Sherri SNELLING- talks about the caregivers' stress.]
(New York: Seth Doane) The increased demand for food pantries due to the economy and resulting record shortages of supplies examined; statistics cited; scenes shown from inside a New York food bank with empty shelves. [Amesbury, Massachusetts, mother Melissa AIA- says the food pantry makes a difference.] [Food Bank for New York City CEO Lucy CABRERA- says this is the worst.]
(New York: Byron Pitts) The jumps in gas prices this Thanksgiving due to the rising price of oil examined; details given of the implications for holiday sales. [San Francisco MOTORIST - complains.] [High Frequency Economics Carl WEINBERG- assesses the consumer's plight.] [Shopper Catherine SADICARIO- comments on holiday gifts.]
(Washington: Bob Orr) The implications from a "60 Minutes"/"Washington Post" study scientifically discrediting FBI lab bullet analysis examined; details given about consideration of reviewing criminal cases that were based on "bullet lead analysis." [Innocence Project Barry SCHECK- says no one knows how many cases applied.] [FBI's John MILLER- promises to do a better job.]
(In the Midwest: Daniel Sieberg) Parental concern about teens on the Internet examined; e-mail and Internet pictures shown and quoted. [With faces hidden, Cindy's parents "TOM" and "JANE" - outline what they found about their daughter's online communications.] ["How to Protect Your Children on the Internet" author Greg SMITH†- offers advice to parents.
(Miami: Katie Couric) Tomorrow's segment previewed.
(Miami: Katie Couric) The Republican and Democratic primaries in Florida featured; scenes shown of former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani campaigning in Florida where many New York retirees live. [State Republican chairman Jim GREER - says Florida will be much relevant in 2008.] [GIULIANI - campaigns about Florida.] [Republican strategist Michael MURPHY†- assesses the Giuliani campaign in Florida.] The decision by the Democratic National Committee not to allow the Democratic presidential candidates to campaign here because Florida moved up its primary date noted.
(Baltimore: Anthony Mason) Marin Alsop, the first female conductor of a major symphony orchestra, profiled; scenes shown of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and of Alsop answering audience questions after a rehearsal. [ALSOP - talks about the challenge of conducting and her mentor, Leonard Bernstein.] [Orchestra member Jane MARVINE- says she wants to demystify the role.]