This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Michelle Miller) The admission by baseball player Andy Pettitte that he used a banned substance, HGH, to recover from an injury following the release of the report on the steroids investigation from George Mitchell examined; baseball card photos shown; today's statement from Pettitte quoted. [On Thursday, MITCHELL - says the use of human growth hormone has increased.]
(Studio: Bill Whitaker) The Republican campaign between Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee reviewed; anti-Huckabee ad shown. [ROMNEY - reacts to the criticism of President Bush's administration and criticizes Huckabee as too liberal.] [Politico.com Mike ALLEN†- outlines what Romney needs to do.]
(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) The findings of the Diageo/The Hotline poll on the standing of Democrats Senators Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards in Iowa cited.
(Charles City, Iowa: Dean Reynolds) The Democrats in Iowa featured; scenes shown of Obama campaigning. [On Friday on PBS, former President Bill CLINTON - questions Obama's experience.] [In press conference, OBAMA - reacts.]
(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) Report introduced.
(Dubuque: Chip Reid) The relentless Edwards campaign in Iowa featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail of the wife and kids with the candidate. [EDWARDS - campaigns.] [Wife Elizabeth EDWARDS - speaks.]
(Baghdad: Jeff Glor) The return of professional soccer to Baghdad, Iraq, featured; scenes shown from the soccer stadium, of security outside and fans inside. [Local sports reporter Omar HUMADI- talks about soccer in Baghdad.]
(White House; Joie Chen) The consensus at the climate change conference in Bali, Indonesia, when the US agreed to work on an international plan on greenhouse gas emissions reviewed; scenes shown of the US being booed at the conference; details given about the US position. [Undersecretary of State Paula DORBIANSKY- says we are not prepared to accept the formulation.] [Papua New Guinea Kevin CONRAD- calls for the US to get out of the way.]
(Port Arthur, Texas: Hari Sreenivasan) The reaction to plans in Port Arthur, Texas, to destroy nerve gas held there by the military examined; scenes shown of the incinerator; details given of the Army's contract with Veolia to burn up the gas of neutralized VX nerve agent waste. [Chemical scientist Michael SOMMER- gives his view of the carcinogenic emissions.] [Veolia plant manager Mitch OSBORNE - says this is an emotional issue.] Statement from Army spokesman Paul Boyce about the facility quoted. [Community activist Hilton KELLY- calls it a whitewash.]