This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Jake Tapper) Obama's reality check on the economy featured; details given about the economic recovery steps taken so far. [At Georgetown University, OBAMA - says there are signs of economic progress, but 2009 will continue to be a difficult year.] [At Morehouse, Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE- talks about economic figures.] Obama's coming trip to Mexico noted.
(Studio: Charles Gibson, Betsy Stark) The reasons for the mixed messages about the economy & the options for economic recovery if not for the consumer discussed.
(Mombasa, Kenya: Jim Sciutto) The rescue of Captain Richard Phillips at sea by Navy SEALs on the USS Bainbridge reviewed; scenes shown from Kenya of the Maersk Alabama crew; details given about the problems of controlling the vast waters & security measures being taken by ships. [Voice of SS Marine Asia CAPTAIN - talks about the hijacking attempt.] [Lissy Schulte captain Mikhail YALBACHEV- talks about the pirates' weapons.]
(New York: John Berman) The media coverage of Bo, the Portugese water dog, who is the new White House puppy featured; scenes shown of the dog with the Obama kids. [President OBAMA  - jokes about the dog.] [American Kennel Club spokesman Lisa PETERSON- talks about the dog & the breed.] [Former Bush White House spokesman Gordon JOHNDROE- offers advice.]
(Pueblo, Colorado: Kate Snow) The four-day school week to save money featured; scenes shown from Pueblo & Lyman, Colorado. [Pueblo school district 20 Supt. Dan LERE- talks savings.] [Two PARENTS, Kim TAUSSIG- react to the plan.] [National Center on Time & Learning CEO Jennifer DAVIS- expresses concern about staying competitive.]
(New York: John McKenzie) A wonder drug that heals the unmended broken bones of elderly patients featured; details given about how Forteo works. [University of Rochester school of medicine professor Edward PUZAS, Dr. Susan BUKATA- say the drug turns back the clock for healing fractures.] [Patient Trudy BALES- comments.] [Hospital for Special Surgery Dr. Linda RUSSELL- talks about the fracture healing using the drug.]
(New York: David Muir) Britain's music sensation 47-year-old Scotswoman Susan Boyle profiled; scenes shown from "Britain's Got Talent" of her singing.