This program is 29 minutes long
(Panama City: Mark Strassmann) The incident at a Panama City, Florida, school board meeting in which a man, ex-con Clay Duke, with a gun shot at the members before being wounded and shooting himself reviewed; video shown, including board member Ginger Littleton swinging her purse, board supt. Bill Husfelt speaking to Duke and the shooter being hit by guard Mike Jones. [LITTLETON - comments; shows her purse.] [HUSFELT, board members Steve MOSS, Ryan NEVES- talk about Duke.]
(Washington: Sharyl Attkission) The earmarks in the spending bill examined; examples of the spending by Republicans and Democrats cited and outlined on screen. [Senator Mitch McCONNELL; November 11, President OBAMA - speak about earmarks.] [Taxpayers for Common Sense Ryan ALEXANDER- comments on earmarks and the late Representative John Murtha, whose memorial will be funded via earmarks.]
(Washington: Jan Crawford) The Justice Department lawsuit against BP and other companies about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico examined; details given about charges of violations of environmental laws, the possible penalties for negligence, the possibility of future criminal charges and separate claims.
(Walter Reed Army Medical Center: David Martin) The human cost of the war in Afghanistan in casualties featured; scenes shown from the Walter Reed Army Medical Center of wounded Marines and of the war in the field in which the men were injured. [Wounded Marines Sgt. Johnny JONES, L/Cpl. Michael MARTINEZ, Capt. Timothy COOPER- offer views on whether the price of the war was worth it and the enemy there.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Tomorrow's segment previewed.
(New York: Sanjay Gupta) The brain malady of face blindness, or, prosopagnosia, examined; examples shown. [Neurologist/author Oliver SACKS- talks about facial recognition and how he cannot distinguish features.] [Artist Chuck CLOSE- comments on painting faces.]