This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: John Berman) The tough talk between Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani featured; poll figures cited; details given of the specifics of their attacks on each other. [GIULIANI, ROMNEY - criticize each other on several issues.] ["National Review" editor Rich LOWRY- says both decided to throw everything at the other.] ["Time" magazine Mark HALPERIN- comments on the importance of the early states.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The exchanges between Democratic presidential candidates Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama about experience reported. [OBAMA - criticizes Hillary.] Further coverage of Obama on "Nightline" noted.
(Washington: Claire Shipman) The reaction to the legal ruling in a rape case in Saudi Arabia in which the victim has been sentenced for being in a car with a man examined; her testimony about what happened quoted; details given about the Saudi justice system's treatment of individuals. [White House press secretary Dana PERINO- calls this inconsistent with promised Saudi reforms.] [Middle East Inst. Thomas LIPPMAN- says we have tried to "stay cozy" with the Saudis.]
(New York: Dan Harris) This cyber Monday's appeals to the mall-phobic consumer and the retailer's lures for in-store customers examined; scenes shown of crowds in stores. [MAN, NPD Group consumer analyst Marshal COHEN, two SHOPPERS, foreign SHOPPER - comment on the deals.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The fatal shootings of police this year examined; squad car dashcam video from May 10 in Franconia, New Hampshire, in which policeman Bruce McKay was killed shown; details given about these unprovoked shootings during routine police stops. [National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Craig FLOYD- says these numbers are high.] The shooting last year of officers Frank Denziger and Joel White in Floyd County, Indiana, by a teenager recalled; White's police radio call with the dispatcher played. [Recovering today, WHITE - talks about the job.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Tomorrow's segment previewed.
(New York: Ned Potter) The stories from passengers rescued off the cruise ship MS Explorer that sank after hitting an iceberg in Antarctica reported; scenes shown of the vacationers in southern Chile and earlier; details given about the number of cruises in the area and the safety measures. [Survivors MAN, Kay VAN HORNE, Torrey TRUST- recount what happened to them and being rescued.]
(Hays, Kansas: Neal Karlinsky) The remarkable record of the Smith Center, Kansas, high school football team featured; scenes shown from the small town and the football field in Hays where the team won the state title again. [Residents WOMAN, Lavern MEYER, player Joe WINDSCHEFFEL, player's mother Monica DUNAVAN- talk about the team and the coach.] [Coach Roger BARDA- talks about the lessons for life.]