This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) The industry response to the spike in sales from the cash for clunkers program featured; details given about new jobs at GM for reinstated workers. [GM vice chairman Bob LUTZ- says GM has seen sharply increased sales.] [Three WORKERS - laud jobs.] [Mesirow Financial economist Diane SWONK, Global Insight analyst George MAGLIANO- talk about the auto industry's road to recovery.]
(Kabul: Jim Sciutto) Widespread violence in Afghanistan at the time of the elections featured; scenes shown from the Kabul site of a suicide car bombing at a military convoy & from a patrol; details given about the recent Taliban attacks & threats.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The request from the Afghan foreign ministry for journalists not to broadcast incidents of violence on election day noted.
(Studio: Bob Woodruff) New Army programs designed to stem the tide of mental health disorders afflicting so many service members featured; details given about the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program. [Army Col. Darryl WILLIAMS- says the aim is to the raise mental fitness of soldiers & give them better coping skills.] [Combat Stress Control-Bagram Dr. Karen SMITH; at Ft. Carson, Colorado, SOLDIER - comment on talking about stress.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: David Wright) The health care cooperative as an alternative to the public option with collective bargaining & what the GAO says about whether co-ops can compete reviewed.
(New York: John McKenzie) The dilemma over the Gardasil vaccine against an STD that causes cancer examined; medical statistics on post-vaccination medical problems cited. [Brigham & Women's Hospital Dr. Sarah FELDMAN, St. Luke's- Roosevelt Hospital Dr. Jacques MORITZ- comment on the initial reports on the Gardasil vaccine & other options.]
(New York: John Berman) The latest developments in the retirements of pro football player Brett Favre presented. [FAVRE - says it's over.] [ESPN's Chris MORTENSEN- talks about his passion to play.]
(Somewhere in the Mojave Desert: Neal Karlinsky) "Car spy" automotive photographer Brenda Priddy profiled; scenes shown from the desert of her chasing new car models that are being field tested by engineers. [PRIDDY - says they are hiding the cars from her.] [German ENGINEER - talks about the "game."]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" noted.