This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Jake Tapper) The skeptical questions from Congress to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates & Joint Chief Adm. Mike Mullen featured; scenes shown from the hearings; details given about the troop surge, Afghan troops to be trained, a timetable for withdrawal & cost. [MULLEN - says it is a new strategy.] [Representative William DELLAHUNT, Senators Carl LEVIN, John McCAIN - offer views on the war.] [GATES - comments on the strategy.] [CLINTON - raises the cost issues.]
(Washington: Charles Gibson) Earlier interview held with Gates about Afghanistan. [GATES - says July 2011 is the beginning of a gradual withdrawal following a reassessment in December of 2010; states we are making it clear to the Afghans they have to accept responsibility; notes we have established benchmarks to be evaluated in late 2010; agrees there will be an increase in casualties; indicates war has never been popular among the people.]
(Washington: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Kabul: Jim Sciutto) The call to action in Afghanistan from US commander in Afghanistan Gen. Stanley McChrystal featured; scenes shown of him talking to the troops & of Afghans in Kabul reacting to the US plans; details given about training of Afghan forces. [McCHRYSTAL - says we will do it, but there will be more frustration.] [Army CMS David HENRY- comments.]
(Windermere, Florida: John Berman) Woods & damage control featured; scenes shown of his damaged car; voice mail message from Tiger to a mistress played. [Crisis management consultant Eric DEZENHALL- talks about Woods's image & his refusal to provide running commentary.] [Voice of Woods friend Charles BARKLEY - says Tiger made a mistake.] Statements from Woods business partners Nike & Gatorade quoted. [Vigilante Advertising CEO Larry WOODARD- says companies are saying "what if."] [Two Woods FANS - react.]
(Washington: Charles Gibson; Washington: Terry Moran) A possible constitutional confrontation between the White House & Congress over the decision not to have White House social secretary Desiree Rogers appear discussed.
(New York: John McKenzie) The intense debate over breast cancer screening following a report calling for the scaling back of mammograms examined; scenes shown from the Congressional hearings. [US Preventive Services task force Dr. Diana PETITTI- admits the task force recommendation was poor & the statement about women in their 40s has been misconstrued; states cost was not mentioned.] [Representative Phil GINGREY- raises questions about mammograms.] [Representative Mike ROGERS - criticizes the report.] [Representative Frank PALLONE - comments.]
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The ideas for creating jobs for Americans examined; details given about various job initiative suggestions. [Google CEO Eric SCHMIDT, NFIB Bill DUNKELBERG, Wells Fargo economic John SILVIA, AFL-CIO Thea LEE- talk about creating jobs & helping businesses.]
(Johannesburg: David Muir) Help for the family orphaned by AIDS featured; scenes shown of the youngsters walking to school in Johannesburg; viewer & South African volunteer responses quoted.