This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Susan Koeppin) The recall of two million baby cribs made by the Stork Craft Manufacturing company due to deaths from a drop-side problem examined; details given about prior crib recalls due to malfunctioning plastic hardware. [Mother Michele WITTE- describes what happened to her son in his crib.] [Consumer Products Safety Commission chairman Inez TENENBAUM- talks about the crib & the drop-side stranglings.]
(White House: Chip Reid) The president's problems examined; details given about the views of the economic stimulus, health care reform & foreign policy held by Obama & the people; statistics on the soaring national debt cited. [OBAMA - says our economy is growing again & he will not rest until people are working again.] [CBS News John DICKERSON - comments on the deficit & spending.] [In response to Reid's question, White House press secretary Robert GIBBS- says the people want the president to get the Afghanistan decision right.]
(New York: Jim Axelrod) Growing pressure from the government for the NFL to protect its football players from brain injuries featured; scenes shown of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger & others going down. [On NBC, NFL commissioner Roger GOODELL- talks about getting good medical advice.] Animated diagrams to illustrate what happens during a football collision shown; details given about recent study findings on brain injuries. [NFLPA medical director Dr. Thom MAYER- talks about the brain, the injuries & protecting players.]
(Studio: Katie Couric; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) How big the problem is for high school & college football players, how concussions get worse, the need to get the right diagnosis & the study linking concussions & advanced dementia in pro players discussed.
(New York: Armen Keteyian) Problems with American-made drywall as well examined; scenes shown of drywall problems; details given about cases, including lawsuits, involving US-made material & about how drywall is made. [Florida homeowner Jill SWIDLER, Senator Mark WARNER, two HOMEOWNERS, South Dakota homeowner Brandon GADES- comment on the home problem.] [Four Congress MEMBERS - blame China.] [Consumer Products Safety Commission chairman Inez TENENBAUM- talks about the need to look at all drywall.] The CBS News drywall study done at the University of Florida outlined. [University of Florida professor Tim TOWNSEND- outlines the study findings of sulfur gases emitted by drywall products from China & the US.] [National Gypsum communications director Nancy SPURLOCK- defends the drywall.] A statement from Georgia-Pacific about customer complaints & their products quoted.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The investigation into the recruitment of terrorists in a Somali community in Minneapolis, Minnesota, featured; details given about conspiracy charges against eight who trained in Somalia; photo shown of the first American suicide bomber who died in October, 2008. [US attorney B. Todd JONES- outlines the message.] The number of Americans becoming radicalized at home noted.
(Jacksonville, Florida: Steve Hartman) Jason Sadler of Jacksonville, Florida, who wears T-shirts for a living, profiled; scenes shown of Jason wearing various T-shirts with company logos & posting the pictures on the Internet. [SADLER - says he made 84,795 dollars for wearing a T-shirt every day; states he has already sold 255 days for next year.]