This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jake Tapper) The new TSA screening procedures at airport examined; airport scenes shown; poll figures on new scanners and pat-downs cited; details given about security concerns about terrorism. [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS- comments.] [Representative John MICA - calls for a thinking decision.] [TSA administrator John PISTOLE - recalls incidents of women with bombs in their bras.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) A busy day inside the airports featured; statistics cited about screening times and frequency in various cities; scenes from "viral videos" about pat-downs shown. [Passenger Thomas SAWYER - recounts embarrassment when his colostomy bag was broken.] [Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University David BRENNER- says there is evidence about radiation doses.]
(New York: David Muir\a) Signs that retail sales in the US are rebounding and what it means for permanent jobs in the economy examined; sales and temporary seasonal worker statistics cited. [NPD Group retail analyst Marshal COHEN- talks about the consumer, buying and the retailers.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The donation of holiday turkeys after an ABC News story reported; statistics from several cities cited; photos shown of Patricia Torres with her turkey.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Bob Woodruff) The shocking changes in the North Korean nuclear facility from 2008 to 2010 discussed.
(Hastings, Minnesota: Pierre Thomas) A new legal, dangerous and addictive drug, synthetic marijuana aka K2, featured; details given about how the K2 is sold and pictured on line with YouTube videos shown. [In Minnesota, drug user Paul HAUSLADEN- says he can legally buy the drug.] [DEA agent Gary BOGGS- says you play Russian roulette with these chemicals.] [Cottage Grove police department Det. Dan SCHOEN- says there is nothing we can do.]
(Clearwater, Kansas: John Berman) The story of Aidan Reed of Clearwater, Kansas, who likes to draw pictures of scary monsters, featured; scenes shown of Aidan, who has leukemia. and his pictures of his treatment that can be bought on line to pay for his cancer procedures. [Father Wylie REED - comments on the help Aidan has received.]