This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Diane Sawyer; White House: Jake Tapper; Washington: Jonathan Karl) What Obama said in the interview, what the people see, how he will try to connect with the people & how the Democrats will act on jobs since it is matters the most discussed.
(Washington: Diane Sawyer) ABC News coverage of the State of the Union on Wednesday noted.
(Port-au-Prince: David Wright) The need for tents in earthquake-stricken Haiti featured; scenes shown of a tentless camp, boxes of supplies at the damaged port, a T-shirt factory. [U.N. humanitarian affairs spokesman Nicholas READER, volunteer nurse Joyce BULGER-NOTA, Colombian Red Cross Sandra MIRENA- comment on the problems.]
(San Francisco: John McKenzie) The dangers from medical radiation from CT scan machines examined; details given of studies of wide variations in radiation from scan tests & of some problems resulting from wrong or too much exposure. [University of California at San Francisco Medical Center Dr. Rebecca SMITH-BINDMAN- says we don't have standards; notes the machine screens do not indicate radiation levels.] [Widower Tom QUIRK- complains about what happened.]