This program is 29 minutes long
(West Palm Beach: Matt Gutman) The cold weather reviewed; scenes shown from near Detroit, cold Atlanta, frozen Florida groves, frozen roads in Tennessee, a Florida zoo. [Farmer Brad WEIHRAUCH- lists the crops threatened.] [GUY, two TOURISTS - complain.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos, Sam Champion) The movement of Arctic air making for unusual weather discussed; weather maps shown.
(London: Jim Sciutto) The bail in Britain for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is in prison for crimes in Sweden, reviewed; courtroom sketches shown.
(Studio: Brian Ross) A mutiny in the ranks of WikiLeaks due to questions about Assange's handling of company money examined; details given about Bradley Manning's defense fund from the company. [WikiLeaks Daniel DOMSCHEIT-BERG aka SCHMIDT, Openleaks.org Herbert SNORRASON, Iceland parliament member Birgitta JONSDOTTIR- talk about Assange.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) Holbrooke's 40-year career as an American diplomat, including in Afghanistan, reviewed; statements from Joint Chiefs chairman Adm. Mike Mullen, US, coalition forces in Afghanistan Gen. David Petraeus and Senator John Kerry quoted. [In October, HOLBROOKE - talks about Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai.] [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - praise Holbrooke.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos; White House: Jake Tapper) President Obama's meeting with his national security team after Holbrooke's death about the war in Afghanistan and the challenges there discussed; photo shown of the meeting.
(Houston and studio: Chris Cuomo) An undercover look at a pain pill drug operation in Houston featured; video shown of groups of homeless posing as patients to get prescriptions for narcotics. [Disguised homeless man "BILL" - explains how it is done.]
(Van Nuys, California: David Wright) How more schools are making physical education for students optional featured; scenes shown from gym classes in Van Nuys, California; details given about how students in 22 states can take their P.E. classes online. [National Assn. for Sport and Physical Education director Charlene BURGESON. P.E. teacher Alex MOREZE- defend daily P.E. classes.]
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) The movie "The King's Speech," the story of King George's struggle to overcome his stuttering problem, featured; film clips shown. [Vice President Joe BIDEN, "The King's Speech" screenwriter David SEIDLER- comment on stuttering.] [National Insts. of health geneticist Dennis DRAYNA- says stuttering is a genetic disease.]