This program is 29 minutes long
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The investigation of problems with the Toyota Corolla's power steering featured; details given about complaints about Corollas, the company CEO Akio Toyoda's refusal to testify before Congress, the threat of a fine against Toyota, the support for Toyota from governors with car plants in their states. [IHS Global Insight Rebecca LINDLAND- characterizes Toyoda's refusal.] [Former NHTSA administrator Joan CLAYBROOK- says Toyota discouraged requirements for a recall.] [Customer Deanne ROGERS- says Toyota should have been more forthcoming.] [Indiana Governor Mitch DANIELS- comments.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The response of auto dealers across the country to Toyota's problems featured; scenes shown from dealerships; details given about sales figures from Ford, GM & Nissan. [In Union, New Jersey, Maplecrest Ford David VORCHEIMER; in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, Stark Chevrolet A.J. STARK; in Des Moines, Iowa, Stivers Ford Scott POLITTE- comment on the opportunity.] [Ford vice president Mark FIELDS- says it is wide open.] [Crisis management expert Gene GRABOWSKI- questions Toyota's secrecy: a cultural difference.] Toyota ad shown.
(Miami: Kelly Cobiella) The freeing in Haiti of 8 of the 10 missionaries imprisoned on kidnapping charges for trying to take children across the border reviewed; scenes shown from Port-au-Prince; details given about the children & the retention of group leader Laura Silsby.
(White House: Chip Reid) A reality check on jobs saved/created by the economic stimulus presented; job statistics cited. [In California, Guntert & Zimmerman supervisor Mark ARNOLD; in Washington, DC, road manager Matthew JOHNS- praise the stimulus for saving their jobs.] [President OBAMA - talks about jobs saved.] Findings of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll on the public's low view of jobs created by the stimulus cited. [Representative John BOEHNER; at New York City unemployment agency, two WOMEN - ask where are the jobs.] [University of Maryland economics professor Peter MORICI- criticizes the stimulus spending.] The White House campaign to promote the spending noted.
(Vancouver: Jeff Glor) The bad luck at the Olympic Games in Vancouver featured; scenes shown of a fence preventing viewing; details given of specific problems, including bad weather. [Olympic historian David WALLECHINSKY- says there have been glitches.] [Vancouver Mayor Gregor ROBERTSON- praises the games.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) A look at Americans' health to determine whether more health care is making us healthier presented; details given about problems with the overuse of imaging tests, increased prescription drug use & increased knee replacements. [Several PEOPLE - comment on their medical tests.] [Dartmouth Center for Health Policy Research Dr. Elliott FISHER- says more is not always better.] [Columbia University Malman School of Public Health Dr. Linda FRIED- says we have to become more physically active & eat better.]
(Denver: Barry Petersen) The SAME Cafe, whose mission is "so all may eat," featured; scenes shown from Denver of the cafe & the kitchen that feeds anyone, including the homeless. [Cafe founder Libby BIRKY††, volunteer Carol SALORANTA†- talk about the cafe's philosophy.]