This program is 28 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Kristen Welker) The debate over the new screening measures at the US airports examined; scenes shown from Los Angeles International Airport; details given about an Internet-led movement calling for resistance on Wednesday. [Two TRAVELLERS - offer differing opinions on security measures.] [TSA administrator John PISTOLE - defends screening.] A statement from Pistole about modifying procedures quoted. [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON, Representative John MICA; in Lisbon, President OBAMA - offer views on striking a balance over security.] [Aviation transportation security expert Rafi RON- says privacy needs to be sacrificed.]
(Bagram airfield: Lester Holt) A statement by the Taliban about forcing the US out before 2014 noted.
(White House: Mike Viqueira) A look at a potentially dangerous advance in North Korea's nuclear program examined; details given about a uranium enrichment plant reported on by Stanford scientist Siegfried Hecker and about why North Korea decided to reveal information about the nuclear facilities. [On CNN, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Adm. Mike MULLENS- comments on the belligerent behavior of North Korea.] A recent series of provocations by North Korea reviewed. [At the DMZ, President OBAMA - comments on North Korean pursuit of nuclear weapons.] [On "Meet the Press," Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - talks about the STARt treaty with Russia.]
(New York: Anne Thompson) The reaction to comments from Pope Benedict XVI about condom use to prevent HIV/AIDS, not for birth control, reviewed.
(Studio and Akron, Ohio: Richard Engel) How soldiers from the Afghanistan war bring the trauma back home with them featured; scenes shown of the fight between the 82nd Airborne Div. and the Taliban near Kandahar and of Loftus back in Akron, Ohio, with his girlfriend and family. [Earlier this year in Afghanistan, Sgt. Louis LOFTUS- talks about being constantly alert and being numb to things here and dealing with it.] [In Akron, LOFTUS - says he fought for his country and now has dreams about being on patrol; speaks about his memories.]