This program is 29 minutes long
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The government's solution to the mystery about problems with Toyota's electronic system examined; details given about the mechanical issues; 911 phone call played of an accident; details given of the investigation of Toyota cars by NASA scientists and of the impact on Toyota sales. [Transportation Department Ray LaHOOD - says there is no electronic-based cause for sudden acceleration in Toyotas.] [NHTSA deputy administrator Ron MEDFORD- blames pedal misapplication.] [Safety Research and Strategies president Sean KANE- offers criticism of the investigation.] The suggestion for a brake override system noted.
(Cairo: Elizabeth Palmer) The ongoing protests in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, featured; scenes shown of the crowd of demonstrators and the tent city; details given of the view of vice president Omar Suleiman that Egypt is not ready for democracy, the release of Google executive Wael Ghonim, who had been detained for 12 days and the latest government concessions.
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The latest drug-related violence in Juarez, Mexico, featured; details given of the murder of three teenage boys, including two Americans; drug cartel murder statistics cited; photos shown. [Cathedral High School student Memo BAYONA, principal Nico GONZALEZ- comment on the murders.] [STRAFOR vice president Fred BURTON- comments on the killing trends.]
(Washington: Jan Crawford) An anti-abortion video sting aimed at Planned Parenthood examined; Live Action video clip shown; details given about the announcement of a policy change by the organization, of an FBI investigation of the video operation and of the Republican push to cut federal funding. [Planned Parenthood Stuart SCHEAR- says Live Action is a political operation.] [Representative Mike PENCE - calls for denying all federal funding to Planned Parenthood.]
(Chicago: Sharyl Attkisson) A look at the New Markets government program that encourages private companies to invest in low-income communities in return for tax breaks examined; scenes shown from the swanky Blackstone Hotel in Chicago, where renovation is funded by New Markets money; details given about how the Blackstone qualified as needy. [In West Chicago, Father Larry DOWLING, Treasury official Don GRAVES- offer differing opinions on funding the hotel.] Other New Markets projects that may not help the poor cited. ["Bloomberg Markets Magazine"'s David DIETZ- criticizes the spending decisions.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) An update presented on abuses by court-appointed guardians The Sun Valley Group of Arizona.
(London: Mark Phillips) The foiling of a jewelry store robbery in Northampton, England, by a handbag-wielding granny, Ann Timson, featured; video shown. [Store manager Luke ALLEBONE, witness Sarah-Jane BROWN- recount what happened.]