This program is 28 minutes long
(Fifth Fleet headquarters, Manama, Bahrain: Martha Raddatz) Bush's stark warning about Iran examined; exclusive ABC tour of the Navy ship the USS Hooper. [BUSH - says Iran threatens security everywhere.] [USS Hopper Commander Jeffrey JAMES, USS Port Royal Capt. David ADLER- recount what the Iranian boats did.] Statement from 5th Fleet commander V/Adm. Kevin Cosgriff to Bush about this serious incident noted.
(Las Vegas: David Wright) The simmering debate over race between the camps of Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama examined; details given about the comments from former President Bill Clinton and Hillary. [In New Hampshire, on Fox, H. CLINTON - talks about Dr. Martin Luther King's dream and its realization by President Lyndon Johnson.] [On "Meet the Press," B. CLINTON - criticizes Obama's handling of facts.] [OBAMA - responds.] [BET founder Bob JOHNSON - speaks for the Clintons' support of blacks.] How John Edwards turned Bill Clinton's phrase against him mentioned.
(Taylor, Michigan: John Berman) The wide open Republican race in Michigan, where the economy is the number one issue, featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail; Michigan polls figures cited. [Mitt ROMNEY - thanks the crowd.] [Political analyst Stuart ROTHENBERG - comments on the Republican campaign.] [Senator John McCAIN - campaigns.] [In South Carolina, Mike HUCKABEE; on CNN, Fred THOMPSON - campaign against each other.]
(Studio: Bianna Golodryga) The status of the weakening economy and what can be done to fight it examined; details given about the economic figures, the housing crisis, consumer debt and spending and possible legislative antidotes to a recession. [Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE, Mitt ROMNEY, Senator Hillary CLINTON, anchors Katie COURIC, Brian WILLIAMS, Charles GIBSON - talk about the economy and the possibility of recession.] [Charles Schwab Group Liz Ann SONDERS- comments on the deterioration of the economic statistics.] The state of the stock market and the importance of the unemployment numbers discussed.
(Hollywood: Lisa Fletcher) The impact of the writers strike on the Golden Globes awards TV show and possibly on the Academy Awards due to the strike over Internet income examined. ["Entertainment Weekly" Lynette RICE- says the Oscars and your favorite TV shows may be affected.] [WGA-West president Patric VERRONE- comments on making deals.] [Oscar show writer Bruce VILANCH- hopes the Academy can get a waiver.]
(Detroit: Eric Horng) The auto show in Detroit visited; scenes shown of the new environmentally friendly vehicles. ["Car and Driver" editor Csaba CSERE- says drivers want economy and utility.] [Ford Motor Co. Said DEEP- talks about the engine technology.] [General Motors CEO Rick WAGONER- talks about a breakthrough in alternative fuels.]