This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: John Hendren) Revelations that North Korea has built an advanced nuclear complex featured; details given about concerns the facility could make uranium for nuclear weapons, the sanctions policy against the country and the option of negotiations. [In ABC interview, Stanford University/National Committee on North Korea co-chair expert Robert CARLIN- says we were stunned to sees rows of centrifuges; calls this development alarming and surprising.] [Georgetown University professor Victor CHA- says North Korea like to coerce the US via provocations.]
(Studio: Bob Woodruff, Christiane Amanpour) North Korea's modern technology under stiff US/U.N. sanctions and concerns about North Korea becoming more dangerous discussed. [On "This Week," Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Adm. Mike MULLENS- comments on the nuclear weapons capability.]
(Chicago: Chris Bury) The debate and furor over security pat-downs at airports examined; scenes shown from Chicago's O'Hare airport and a "Saturday Night Live" skit; details given about a protest movement against "government security theater." [Two TRAVELLERS; on "Face the Nation," Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - offer opinions on security measures.] [TSA administrator John PISTOLE - outlines the options.]
(Studio: Bob Woodruff) ABC coverage of a poll on privacy versus security on "World News" noted.
(London: Miguel Marquez) The online threats from Al Qaeda in Yemen about terrorism plans aimed at the American economy examined; details given about the simplicity of the recent cargo bombs and about other past and recent bomb plots. [Former counterterrorism official Richard CLARKE- comments on the cost.] [On "This Week," Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Adm. Mike MULLENS- comments on the seriousness of the threat.]
(Moscow and Sychevo, Russia: Alex Marquardt) The start of a massive campaign to save the endangered tiger in the wild featured; scenes of a tiger cub at a breeding center near Moscow and map of the tiger habitat in Asia shown; details given of the role of Russian leader Vladimir Putin in saving the tiger. [Wildlife Conservation Society Asia director Joe WALSTON- comments on tiger poaching and the value of parts and pelts that is driving extinction.]
(New York: Jeremy Hubbard) A visit with Karen Jacobsen, the Australian woman who is the voice of dashboard GPS systems, presented; scenes shown from inside a car while GPS Karen speaks and of Karen singing at a cabaret in New York City. [JACOBSEN - talks about her voice recordings.]