This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Scott Cohn) The suicide of Mark Madoff, the son of convicted swindler Bernie Madoff, on the second anniversary of his Bernie's arrest featured; Madoff family photos shown; details given of lawsuits against the family. [NYPD commissioner Ray KELLY- comments.] [Fraud victim Ronni Sue AMERSINO- reacts to her losses.] [Former US attorney Brad SIMON- notes the pressure on Mark.] Two prior suicide victims due to the case noted.
(Raleigh: Michelle Kosinski) The peaceful funeral for Elizabeth Edwards featured; scenes shown from the church in Raleigh, North Carolina. [Daughter Cate EDWARDS - talks about her mother; reads from her mother's letter.] [Friends Hargrave McELROY, Glenn BERGEFIELD- eulogize Elizabeth; speaks about former Senator John Edwards and the kids.]
(New York: Michelle Franzen) A major snowstorm with cold weather across the nation reviewed; scenes shown from Minneapolis of the snow, a crash in Maryland and snow in Washington state. [MAN, Weather Channel Alex WALLACE- comment.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Minneapolis: Scott Williams) The triple threat of snow, cold and wind reviewed; weather map shown.
(White House: Norah O'Donnell) President Obama's promotion of his tax cut deal with opposition from liberal Democrats featured. [At the White House on Friday, former President Bill CLINTON - backs the bipartisan tax deal.] [Huffington Post editor Howard FINEMAN- says President Obama needs Clinton now.] [In White House address, OBAMA; Senator Bernie SANDERS - comment on the tax deal.] The cost of the tax proposal outlined on screen. [On NPR, OBAMA - talks about revising tax codes.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Coverage of the tax deal on "Meet the Press" noted.
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The business of sports instruction for very young children featured; scenes shown of goal-oriented kids. [Parents Kerri CONNORS, Grant MOFFET, Tufts University David ELKIND, Super Soccer Stars president Gustavo SZULANASKY, coach Derek LOCKLEAR, parents Sheron BUCHANAN, Anna JACOB- comment on early sports instruction.]
(Perugia: Keith Miller) The passionate legal appeal from Amanda Knox about her conviction for the murder of Meredith Kercher featured; scenes shown from the court in Perugia, Italy, while Knox's words in Italian are quoted. [In Seattle, Amanda's mother Edda MELLAS; in Perugia, "The Daily Mail: Nick PISA- comment on Amanda.]
(Indiana, Pennsylvania: John Yang) The Jimmy Stewart Museum in Indiana, Pennsylvania, that needs money to survive featured; several clips shown from "It's a Wonderful Life." [Museum director Timothy HARLEY- comments on the museum and how time is the villain for it.]