This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Chip Reid) President Obama's summit to brainstorm over ideas on how to stimulate job growth reviewed; details given about ideas involving training and tax incentives; unemployment rate cited; criticism from Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele quoted; scenes shown of protestors demanding jobs. [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI, Vice President Joe BIDEN – say jobs, jobs, jobs.] [OBAMA – says we need the best ideas for the biggest bang for the buck.] [Representative John BOEHNER – criticizes the administration.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The need for job training examined; various jobs statistics cited; scenes shown from a Chicago vocational training center that was visited by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. [Moody’s Economy.com Mark ZANDI- says there is no ray of sunshine in the near term.] [Unemployed Frank FONS, trainee Lorine BAKER- comment.] [Chicago Booth Manufacturing president Dave BOCHNIAK- comments on his slowing business.]
(Washington: Bob Orr) The refusal of Tareq and Michaele Salahi to testify before Congress about their uninvited appearance at the White House state dinner featured; scenes shown of the Salahis’ home; their statement quoted; details given about the White House decision to block social secretary Desiree Rogers from testifying. [Secret Service director Mark SULLIVAN- admits a mistake was made.] [Representative Sheila JACKSON-LEE- speaks of the threat to the president and vice president.] [President OBAMA – says he trusts the Secret Service.] [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS – says staff don’t go to Congress to testify.] [Representative Peter KING- says the White House is stonewalling.]
(No location given: Katie Couric) The rise in violence in teenage relationships examined; PSAs shown; statistics on calls to the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline and the number of “tweens” who have experienced violence cited; details given about Lindsay Ann Burke, whose murder by former boyfriend Gerardo Martinez prompted legislation requiring dating violence awareness to be taught in Rhode Island schools; map shown of states with similar laws. [Victims “TINA”; in shadow, TEEN - recount what happened to them.] [South Kingstown High School student Emily SANTES- comments on violence in pop culture.] [National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline CEO Sheryl CATES- comments on the role of technology.] [Lindsay’s mother Ann BURKE- talks about teaching her students about dating violence; comments on the Lindsay Ann Burke Act.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The examination by scientists of amnesiac Henry Molaison’s brain to learn about human memory featured; photos shown of Molaison, who lost his ability to form memories after brain surgery to control seizures; 1992 interview with neuroscientist Suzanne Corkin played. [University of California at San Diego Brain Observatory director Jacopo ANNESE, CORKIN - comment on studying the brain.]