This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: David Kerley) The debate over the START treaty with Russia following the repeal of the military's "don't ask, don't tell" gay policy examined; details given about the timetable for the real ending of "don't ask, don't tell." [Senators Mitch McCONNELL, on ABC, Richard LUGAR - comment on the treaty,] [Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Aubrey SARVIS- says it is not safe to come out yet.] [Former Air Force flight nurse Margaret WITT- comments on moving on.] The bill to fund health care help for 9/11 first responders discussed.
(Washington: Tahman Bradley) The Senate's deferment of the Dream Act for citizenship for immigrants featured. [Iowa immigrant Diego ALVAREZ - says the US is his home.] [Yesterday, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM- opposes passing an act.]
(Los Angeles: Yunji de Nies) The rain in California leading to concerns about mudslides and the danger of snow and avalanches in the mountains featured; scenes shown of he water, car accidents, snow in Syracuse, New York. [Resident Mary DOTSON, Los Angeles County public works department chief Bob SPENCER- talk about the mud.] [MOTORIST - reacts to the rain.] [AccuWeather.com meteorologist Joe BASTARDI- predicts more snow in the East.]
(London: Lama Hasan) The impact of the heavy snow in Europe featured; scenes shown of people bedded down in the Frankfurt and London airports and of snow in Britain. [Two TRAVELLERS, Heathrow Airport spokesman Andrew TEACHER - comment on weather conditions.]
(New York: Jeremy Hubbard) The lack of media coverage of the 88th straight win for the University of Connecticut women's basketball team reported; scenes shown from the court; details given about the record-setting UCLA streak and the gender debate. ["USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN- says the women will get short thrift.] [UConn coach Geno AURIEMMA- comments.]
(Cambodia: Dan Harris) A look from Cambodia at a technology, the Gene Expert, to fight the "forgotten epidemic" of tuberculosis featured; scenes shown from a clinic. [Harvard scientist Cambodian Health Committee co-founder Dr. Anne GOLDFELD- says the girl could die quickly; shows the diagnostic machine.]
(Studio: Dan Harris) The Be the Change: Save a Life Website at ABC News noted.