This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Bob Orr) A new audiotape from Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in which he made bold claims about the September 11 attacks featured; tape excerpts quoted about the war in Afghanistan; details given about indications bin Laden is losing his grip and that Ayman al-Zawahiri has eclipsed him. [Sarah Lawrence College Fawaz GERGES- says Al Qaeda is facing troubles and being criticized by mentors.] [Georgetown University Bruce HOFFMAN- says Zawahiri is more dangerous.]
(Studio: Jeff Greenfield) A fact check on the messages in last night's Republican debate examined; details given about Mitt Romney and Giuliani on immigration and other issues. [ROMNEY, GIULIANI - bicker over the illegal immigration issue.] [Senator John McCAIN, ROMNEY - bicker over whether waterboarding is torture.] [Mike HUCKABEE - jokes about Jesus; defends tuition for the children of illegals.] [NationalReview.com Jim GERAGHTY†- assesses the Republicans.]
(Studio: Katie Couric; Washington: Bob Schieffer) The significance of last night's political debate that had an air of "meanness" with candidate Huckabee coming off best and now poses a real threat to Romney and how the Democratic race will get more intense between Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama discussed.
(No location given: Sanjay Gupta) A new anti-addiction drug called Suboxone to treat painkiller addicts featured; animation shown to illustrate how the drug works. [In shadow, prescription drug addict "BRIAN" - talks about taking pills and signing up for a trial anti-addiction drug; explains what Suboxone does for him.] [NYU school of medicine Dr. Marc GOUREVITCH- says the brain chemistry gets stabilized.] How the Suboxone clinical trials are going discussed.
(Washington: Daniel Sieberg) "Botnet" computer theft examined; details given about how this scam works via an invasive computer program and how to protect yourselves at home via security measures. [In Denver, computer botnet victim Serry WINKLER- comments on what happened to her.] [FBI's cyber division's Sean HENRY - explains how home computers are infiltrated by a "robot."]