This program is 29 minutes long
(Mumbai: Juliet Bremner) The Mumbai massacre featured; scenes shown of the outside and the damaged inside of the luxury Taj Motel hotel after the terrorists were killed and of the crowd outside; photo shown of the only surviving Pakistani gunman.
(Studio: David Gregory) Live discussion held with terrorism analyst Roger Cressey about the Mumbai attack. [From Washington, CRESSEY - says it was a broad and complex operation, that it was a mass-casualties spectacular attack, that it was Pakistan-based rather than an Al Qaeda operation; suggests the US has a major diplomatic challenge; indicates they went after symbolic targets: the Jewish center.]
(Studio: David Gregory) A statement from President Bush presented. [BUSH - says we pledge the full support of the US while India investigates this attack so terror will not have the final word.]
(Chicago: John Yang) President-elect Barack Obama's plans to name his national security team on Monday with Senator Hillary Clinton as secretary of state, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates staying on, retired Marine Gen. Jim Jones as national security adviser and retired Adm. Dennis Blair as intelligence director reported; details given about the conflict between Pakistan and India and what Obama has said about both sides.
(New York: Mike Taibbi) The holiday shopping season on Black Friday during this economic tailspin featured; scenes shown from the mall in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. [Four SHOPPERS, mall marketing manager Mark BACHUS, CNBC's Margaret BRENNAN - comment on consumers, shopping and spending.]
(Washington: Lisa Myers) How the FDIC's Sheila Bair has become a voice for trouble homeowners featured; details given about how the Indy Mac bank is modifying loans to make mortgages affordable. [In interview, BAIR - says foreclosures are a tremendous drag; suggests two million homes can be saved; states helping some borrowers is better for the economy.] [Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE, Representatives Carolyn MALONEY, Maxine WATERS - praise Bair.]
(Los Angeles: George Lewis) The findings of a Discovery Channel documentary on what may have happened to adventurer Steve Fossett, who crashed his light plane near the California-Nevada border, featured; scenes shown of the plane wreckage in the mountains. [Mammoth area pilot Wes DAVIS, wilderness expert and pilot Dr. Robert CLEAVES- speculate on a forced landing and Fossett's possible survival of the impact.] [Adventurer Sir Richard BRANSON - says Fossett had a fantastic life.]
(Los Angeles: Mark Mullen) The non-profit Village Harvest that gathers excess fruit for food banks featured; scenes shown of volunteers picking fruit in Silicon Valley, California. [Village Harvest founder Joni DISERENS, volunteers MAN, Lisa and Tanner BENNETT, young WOMAN, two PEOPLE, food bank WOMAN - talk about the fruit harvest project.]