This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Jake Tapper) The end game for President Obama's health care plan featured; TV ads shown; details given of pressure on wavering Democrats. [OBAMA - speaks about Senator Edward Kennedy.] [On Fox, OBAMA - speaks.] [Representatives Scott MURPHY, Dennis KUCINICH - offer views.] What Obama told Kucinich quoted. [In interview, OBAMA - thanks Kucinich.] The jobs bill passed by Congress today discussed.
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) A report on the crisis for the nation's boys in education examined; details given about reading proficiency for boys vs. girls & the theories as to why boys underperform. [Center for Educational Policy President Jack JOHNSON- says boys are not learning how to read as well as girls.] [New Jersey teacher Don DELLO, student Jose DIAZ, family therapist Michael GURIAN- comment on the activity of girls & the boys.]
(Ridgewood, New Jersey: Sharyn Alfonsi) The aftermath of rains from the monster storm in the Northeast featured; scenes shown from New Jersey of downed trees & power lines, flooded Little Falls. [Two WOMEN - comment.]
(New York: Bill Weir) Corporate moves to help fight American obesity examined; a statement from Sony Pictures chairman Michael Lynton about healthier snacks quoted. [New York University nutritionist professor Marion NESTLE- says less salt is better.] Pepsi's move to eliminate sugary drinks from the schools noted. [Center for Science in the Public Interest Bruce SILVERGLADE- criticizes Coca-Cola.] [First Lady Michelle OBAMA - says parents need information.]
(Studio: David Muir) The middle class frustration with the nation's banks featured; sample viewer videos about what the banks should do shown. [Harvard University law school Elizabeth WARREN- says 100 billion was spent on fees; criticizes credit card rates.] [High school economics teacher Kenneth MENGANI, STUDENT, Mississippi Peoples Bank president Dennis AMMANN- offer views on banks.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Tomorrow's segment on the middle class previewed.
(New York: Jim Sciutto) A French documents that recreated experiments done in the 1960s by Yale psychologist Stanley Milgram about how much pain a test subject would inflict on someone else featured; old study & new game show shown.
(Washington: Andy Katz) President Obama's predictions for the NCAA college basketball brackets featured; scenes shown of Obama making his predictions. [OBAMA - talks about his predictions last year & this year; notes HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is a big Jayhawks fan.]