This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) Allegations in "Sports Illustrated" that baseball player Alex Rodriguez tested positive for anabolic steroids in 2003 examined; details given about the 2003 steroid tests done by baseball that were to be anonymous and about the Barry Bonds BALCO steroid case; statement from Major League Baseball quoted. ["Sports Illustrated" writer Selena ROBERTS- comments on Rodriguez.] [In 2007, on "60 Minutes," RODRIGUEZ - says "no" to steroid use.] [Yankee FAN - reacts.] [BALCO founder Victor CONTE- says the government is cheating.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Live interview held with "The Yankee Years" author Tom Verducci about the Rodriguez story. [VERDUCCI - says he is not surprised by the allegations because so many players were involved in "the steroid era"; states we are miles away from 2003 with new players having a different mindset.]
(White House: Kimberly Dozier) The partisan bickering over President Obama's economic stimulus plan that will be voted on in the Senate on Tuesday featured; details given about the changes in the Senate plan and some projects in the program on taxes. [Senators Barbara BOXER, Ben NELSON, Susan COLLINS, John ENSIGN, Mike JOHANS, OBAMA - offer views on the bill.]
(Pawtucket, Rhode Island: Priya David) The job situation in Rhode Island featured. [Job seeker Christina GILLIS- says she is trying to find employment.] [Rhode Island department of labor and training director Sandra POWELL- talks about job losses and unemployment insurance.] [Job seeker Eliezer MELSE- comments on his situation.]
(Studio: Michelle Miller) A series of 33 arson fires in Coatesville, Pennsylvania, featured; scenes shown; statistics cited; details given about the investigation and efforts to help the victims. [Coatesville resident Steve FLINN, WOMAN - react to the fires.] [City manager Harry WALKER, Pennsylvania state police Capt. Brenda BERNOT- comment on what is being done.] [Pastor Keith WILBURN- talks about the coming together in the city.]
(McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey: Bianca Solorzano) The efforts of airports to deal with troublesome birds featured; scenes shown of the use of falcon to keep airport runways free of birds at McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey and from the Smithsonian Inst. stuffed bird collection used to idenity birds involved in strikes. [Falcon Environmental Services manager Andrew BARNES- talks about the falcon's role at McGuire.] [Port Authority of New York and New Jersey director Chris WARD- talks about the wildlife management program.] [Smithsonian feather identification lab director Carla DOVE- talks birds.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) The CBS interview with the crew of Flight 1549 on "60 Minutes" announced.