This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The abysmal news for the auto industry examined; sales figures cited; details given about the shortage of fuel-efficient cars. [Toyota dealer Neale KUPERMAN, Global Insight automotive analyst Rebecca LINDLAND, Toyota spokesman Wade HOYT, JD Power and Associates Charlie VOGELHEIM- assess low car sales.] [January 2007, "Car and Driver"'s Csaba CSERE- shows the new electric car.] The dire conditions in the auto industry, which is fighting for survival, discussed.
(Studio: Katie Couric) "Changing Times" report introduced.
(Philadelphia: Nancy Cordes) The decision by some Americans to get rid of their own cars and share them featured; details given about PhillyCarShare car pods and of other rental options. [RICHARDSON - talks about efficiency.] [Two DRIVERS - comment.]
(Washington: Bob Orr) The investigation of the killing of teenager Ronnie White in a Maryland jail cell after he was arrested in the death of a police officer examined; scenes shown from the Prince George's County jail. [White family attorney Bobby HENRY- says this happened in broad daylight.] The long Justice Department investigation of the use of excessive force by the county police here noted. [County's state attorney Glenn IVEY- comments on this "unique" case.]
(Little Rock, Arkansas: Sanjay Gupta) A French Hospital study on pain in premature babies examined; details given about the medical case of baby Josie Toland and of the report's recommendations. [Arkansas Children's Hospital Dr. Whit HALL†, Dr. K.J.S. ANAND†- talk about the number of painful procedures on babies here in the ICU.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The new law in California mandating hands-free telephones for drivers featured. [Motorist event planner Natalie CHAMBERS - says she is always on the phone; shows how she texts and drives.] Map shown of states banning handheld cell phones.