This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The double storm in the Ohio Valley featured; scenes shown of lots of snow, tornado damage, road crashes and tornado damages. [Ohio Governor Ted STRICKLAND, WLWT Cincinnati Eric FLACK, NBC WeatherPlus Bill KARINS, two WOMEN - comment on the stormy weather.]
(Chicago: Lee Cowan) The Democratic campaign featured; scenes shown from Laramie, Wyoming; details given about the national security issue; Clinton's red phone ad shown. [OBAMA, CLINTON - campaign.] [Girl in Clinton's ad, Obama supporter Casey KNOWLES†- wants a Obama counter ad.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) The Clinton-Obama battle, her argument that she won the big battleground states, the Democratic unease about the long party battle and Clinton's words about a ticket with Obama discussed. [Yesterday in Mississippi, CLINTON - says someday it might be possible to vote for both of us.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Tomorrow's guests on "Meet the Press" mentioned.
(White House: Savannah Guthrie) President Bush's veto of a Congressional bill that would ban certain CIA interrgation techniques examined; details given about the legislationh that would have banned waterboarding among the CIA's enhanced methodology. [August 2007, BUSH - says we don't torture.] [In radio address, BUSH - says we use techniques that keep American safe.] [Human Rights Watch Tom MALINOWSKI- says Bush goes down in history as the "torture president."] [Last month, CIA director Michael HAYDEN- says few people had enhanced techniques used against them.]
(Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Michelle Kosinski) The investigation into the shooting murders of two college girls from Georgia featured; surveillance photo shown of a suspect in the murder of University of North Carolina student body president Eve Carson; details given about the killing of Auburn University freshman Lauren Burke. [Chapel Hill police Chief Brian CURRAN, UNC graduate Robert MARSHALL- comment on the Carson case.] The recent violence on college campuses noted; statistics cited.
(Los Angeles: Michael Okwu) How to deal with mortgage foreclosure examined; details given about the practice of squatting in foreclosed homes. [Near San Diego, homeowner Eddie ZAPETA - comments on his options.] [You Walk Away Chad RULE- explains his company's approach.] [California Reinvestment Coalition Kevin STEIN- offers consumer advice.] [MAN - comments on the squatting problem.]
(Dallas: Don Teague) The new breed of truck drivers featured; scenes shown from the road; details given about the industry's new marketing campaign and the income options for drivers. [Truckers Salicia REED, Jerry HAWTHORNE- comment on their future.] [American Trucking Assns. Ray KUNTZ- talks about the demographics of truck drivers.] [Stevens Transport Angela HOROWITZ- says trucking has evolved.]
(San Diego: Maria Menounos) A new innovative program designed to get disabled combat veterans into the film industry featured; scenes shown from a movie set in San Diego used for training filmmakers. [Marine L/Cpl. Michael PASSMORE, Gunnery Sgt. Nick POPOVICH- recount their war injuries and new dreams.] [Program founder Judith PASHOWN- says they learn new skills.]