This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jake Tapper) The question of whether Senator Hillary Clinton will become President-elect Barack Obama's Secretary of State examined; details given about their top-secret meeting, of their clashes in the primaries on issues of state and about Obama's interest in the Doris Kearns Goodwin book "Team of Rivals" about President Lincoln. [In Albany, CLINTON - jokes about the press interest here.] [February 26, CLINTON - accuses Obama of threatening to bomb Pakistan.] [May 22, OBAMA - speaks about a time of crisis.] Obama's Monday meeting with Senator John McCain previewed.
(Montecito, California: Brian Rooney) This wildfire that is burning up real estate featured; scenes shown of burned-out houses in Montecito, the flames last night from houses burning and Westmont College. [Montecito fire department Chief Kevin WALLACE- says Mother Nature took over.] [On her show, Oprah WINFREY; student Sarah SHASBERGER, construction worker Kelly VOYSAN- comment on the fire.] [California Inst. of Technology climatologist William PATZERT- talks about the Santa Ana winds.]
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The spending freeze examined; details given about what Americans are not buying and are buying and about the spending cycle. [Goldman Sachs retail analyst Adrianne SHAPIRA- says the consumer is hunkering down.] [Golden State University professor Kit YARROW- says there is a feeling things are not okay; predicts a more frugal future.] [SHOPPER, Blue Jeans Bar owner Lady REISS- comment.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The historic appointment the first female four-star general for the Army's Gen. Ann Dunwoody featured; details given about the family's military tradition and about Dunwoody's 33-year career. [DUNWOODY - praises her dad; states soldiering is all she ever wanted to do.] [Army chief of staff Gen. George CASEY- comments on women in the military.]
(Chicago: Barbara Pinto) The flood of children handed over to the state of Nebraska featured; scenes shown of local news coverage; 911 call played; details given of the overall issue of the gap in care for kids in crisis. [Georgia mother Tysheema BROWN- asks for help for her son.] [Nebraska Governor Dave HEINEMAN- says this law needs to be changed to protect infants.] [Medical social worker Courtney ANDERSON- outlines the situations that are happening.] [National Coalition for Child Protection Reform Richard WEXLER- comments on the system.]
(No location given: Tom Rinaldi) D.J. Gregory, who was born with cerebral palsy and whose achievement this year has been to walk the course at every PGA golf tournament, profiled; scenes shown of D.J. as a kid, on the golf course and walking the courses. [GREGORY - defines a challenge for him; explains how he moved about; talks about the walks.] [Parents Jackie and Don GREGORY- says D.J. could play golf; explains how hard it was for him to walk.] [Golfer Kenny PERRY- talks about D.J.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) D.J.'s walking of 44 tournaments for a total of 988 miles noted.