This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the Mubarak interview on "Nightline" tonight noted.
(White House: Jake Tapper) The response of the White House to the Mubarak interview outlined.
(Cairo: David Muir) Another day of confrontation in Cairo reviewed; scenes shown of cars on fire, the mobs, the military presence, a police van running over people, threats against journalists by supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, the CBS crew punched outside the museum, neighborhoods being closed off. [CBS cameraman Akram Abi-HANNA- says we were told we would be beheaded.] How the CBS crew got through the mob discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Some statistics on Egypt and the protests cited.
(Cairo: Lama Hasan) How everyday life has been disrupted in Cairo examined; photos shown; details given about supplies that are available. [By phone, WOMAN - comments on how they will live and how we can gain our freedom.] [DOCTOR - says they want to help protect the hotel.] [Voice of "AHMED" - says the people are standing by each other.]
(Ardmore, Oklahoma: Ryan Owens) The cold weather featured; scenes shown of a truck that went through the ice in Oklahoma, from on I-35, icy Dallas where there are rolling electrical blackouts, stranded cars in Chicago, collapsing roofs and a Connecticut barn.
(Studio: Deborah Rogers) How there is help available for caregivers of elderly family members examined; details given about the family of J.R. Gardner. [Siblings Amy MONROE, Beth DILWORTH, J.P. GARDNER, Ann MUENNICH- talk about the family efforts to provide help for dad and mom and cope with each other.] How the family is doing discussed.