This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Scott Cohn) The plans for swindler investor Bernard Madoff to plead guilty to all charges featured; scenes/photos shown from outside the courthouse. [Former federal prosecutor Jacob FRENKEL- says in all likelihood he will be remanded into custody Thursday.] [Attorney for former Madoff clients Brad FRIEDMAN- notes the need to know where the assets are.] [Former client Ronnie Sue AMBROSINO- reacts to the claim the penthouse and other investments belong to Madoff’s wife.]
(White House: Savannah Guthrie) The White House effort to seem fully engaged on the economy featured; details given of criticism that Obama has taken on too much; scenes shown of OMB director Peter Orszag before Congress. [OBAMA – recounts what Abraham Lincoln accomplished in the midst of the Civil War.] [Senators Charles GRASSLEY, Jeff SESSIONS- question Orszag.] [From “The Charlie Rose Show,” Treasury Secretary Timothy GEITHNER – says it’s going to take some time to work through this.] [Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE – says there is a good chance the recession will end later this year.] [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI – comments on the stimulus plan.] Obama’s agenda for education reviewed.
(Elkhart, Indiana: Kevin Tibbles) The giveaway of food aid in Elkhart, Indiana, where unemployment is high after the collapse of the RV industry, featured. [Several RESIDENTS – react.] [Feed the Children founder Larry JONES- says there are more Elkharts than we’ll be able to get to.] [Granger Community Church pastor Mark BEESON- says we’re in an interesting and challenging time.] [Trucker Joe HOLT- comments.]
(New York: Robert Bazell) A study finding a link between breast density and breast cancer risk reviewed; details given about the drugs Tamoxifen and Raloxifene. [Lisa YORK – comments.] [CPMC Research Institute Dr. Steven CUMMINGS- says a combination of risk factors and a measurement of breast density from a mammogram provides the best information.]
(Dharamsala, India: Ann Curry) The Dalai Lama’s attack on China for its crackdown on his people and homeland featured; scenes shown of the Dalai Lama in India and Tibetans around the world protesting; details given of his decision to pursue a non-violent path to autonomy and the silent protest inside Tibet. [In exclusive interview, DALAI LAMA – accuses China of suppression, killing, torture and arrest; says he accepts the failure of our approach.] [Columbia University Robert BARNETT- notes the spread of political consciousness amongst ordinary Tibetans.]
(Atlanta: Ron Mott) 75-year-old Bob Langley’s decision to honor his wife, who died from cancer, by driving cancer patients to and from treatments featured. [LANGLEY – says he gets as much out of it as they do; recalls receiving help when his wife was sick; says he’ll give it up when he’s 100.] [Patients Carolyn ELLISON, Marvis WESTON, Pamela GAFFNEY, Atlanta resident Abby BRUNKS- praise Langley.]