This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The requirements of the real ID program and the complaints from the states examined; specifics outlined on screen. [Homeland Security Secretary Michael CHERTOFF - talks about secure identification; admits the hassle.] [Maine secretary of state Matthew DUNLAP- says it will cause a lot of frustration.] [University of Maryland Homeland Security Center Michael GREENBERGER- says states will have to create massive data bases that may not stay secure.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, Betsy Stark) The overall message of the market that investors fear recession, the day's news about the mortgage mess and the decline in consumer spending discussed; specific stock drops cited.
(New York: Bill Weir) The prison sentence for former track star Marion Jones for lying about her use of performance-enhancing drugs featured; courtroom sketches by Andrea Shepard shown with a statement from Judge Kenneth Karas about cheating quoted. [At the courthouse, JONES - expresses disappointment.] [In the past, JONES - denies.] ["USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN- says the Olympics has been punishing its athletes: that the tide has turned.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The hunt in North Carolina for Marine Cpl. Cesar Laurean in the case of the disappearance of pregnant Marine L/Cpl. Maria Lauterbach, who has now been declared dead, featured; details given about her rape case and her relationship with Laurean. [Onslow County Sheriff Ed BROWN- says Lauterbach had been buried.] [Stepmother Mary LAUTERBACH- comments.] [Naval Criminal Investigative Service Paul CICCARELLI- comments on their relationship.]
(New York: Kate Snow) The issue of politics and race attributed to Senator Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton examined; details given about the response to Bill's "fairy tale" comment about Senator Barack Obama's campaign. [On Monday and on the radio with Al Sharpton, B. CLINTON - calls it a "fairy tale."] [On Fox, H. CLINTON - comments on Dr. Martin Luther King's dream.] [Today, H. CLINTON - calls the accusations divisive.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The announcement by staffers for former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani that they will give up their January paychecks and the endorsement of Obama by Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano reported.
(Miami: Gigi Stone) The ethical and health concerns about egg donations and the booming fertility business examined; details given about the emerging profession of egg donation. [Donor Lisa MULLENS - explains her gratification.] [In operating room, DONOR; multiple egg donor Julia DEREK- comment on donations.] [Shady Grove Fertility Center Dr. Robert STILLMAN- cites the risk for egg donors.]