This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Oslo: Jake Tapper) How Obama had to walk a fine line in his speech about peace in a time of war & how this speech evolved into an Obama doctrine discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) The reaction to the speech from critics former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich & anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan discussed.
(Buffalo; David Kerley) The windy & snowy weather in the Midwest & Northeast reviewed; scenes shown of snow in Buffalo & stuck cars. [MOTORIST, Hamburg, New York, police Officer Ronald BRAUN, BUSINESSMAN - react to the weather.]
(Madison, Wisconsin: Barbara Pinto) The cold Midwest featured; scenes shown from Madison, Wisconsin, of snow in the corn fields & from Chicago. [Two PEOPLE, Dane County farm bureau's David FISCHER- comment.]
(Studio: David Muir) The new approach to bonus money paid by Goldman Sachs to its top executives examined; details given about the stock plan & about the average income for all Goldman employees. [Leeb Capital Management Stephen LEEB- calls this a significant change that was politically motivated.]
(Alpine, California: Betsy Stark) The silver lining in the foreclosure story for people able to buy foreclosed homes at lower prices featured; scenes shown from California. [Home buyers Marty & Valley COX, Rob ROZELL - comment on home properties.]
(Scottsdale, Arizona: Dan Harris) The mix & match approach Americans are taking to personalizing religion as found by a Pew poll featured; details given about the religious openness. [Pew Forum on Religious & Public Life Alan COOPERMAN- says Americans mix & match religious beliefs.] [Churchgoer Glenda SOMERVILLE- talks about worshipping with other people.] [Romemu Center founder Rabbi David INGBER- talks about borrowing.]
(Sumatra: Bob Woodruff) The threat to the forest habitat of endangered orangutans of Indonesia featured; scenes shown from Sumatra of an orangutan rehabilitation camp in the middle of the jungle where the red apes are taught to search for food in new parts of the forest. [Greenpeace campaign manager--Indonesia Annette COTTER- says the forest is being lost.] [Frankfurt Zoological project leader--Indonesia Peter-Hinrich PRATJE, Sungai Pengai station manager Julius SIREGAR- talk about the orangutans & their sustainability.]