This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The encouraging news about cancer examined; statistics cited; details given about treatment, early detection and assistance for family members. [CDC director Thomas FRIEDEN- talks about surviving cancer.] [Cancer survivors Anne TONASHEL, Judith MATHEWS, husband Richard TONASHEL- comment.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) An emotional day at Congressional hearings into homegrown terrorism presented; scenes shown from the heated debate over Muslim radicalism; details given about whether members of the Muslim community are cooperating or not and whether radicalism is rampant in mosques. [Representative Keith ELLISON- speaks about a young Muslim who died on 9/11.] [Representatives Peter KING, Sheila JACKSON LEE, Paul BROUN- offer differing opinions on the hearings.] [Attorney General Eric HOLDER - defends the Muslims.] Photos shown of Muslim men charged with crimes.
(Wayne, New jersey: Linsey Davis) The stormy weather in the East featured; scenes shown of Wayne and Pinebrook, New Jersey, flooded by the Passaic River, from an Alabama engine shop hit by a tornado and a house washing away in the Ohio River. [AccuWeather Bernie RAYNO- predicts rainfall amounts.]
(Ras Lanuf, Libya: Nick Schifrin) The civil war in Libya featured; scenes shown from Ras Lanuf of an air assault by leader Muammar el-Kadhafi's jets, the ambulances, the chaotic hospitals, emergency treatment on the road. [Two volunteer DOCTORS - comment.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The debate in Washington over what to do for Libya noted. [National intelligence director James CLAPPER- says the regime will prevail.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos; White House: Jake Tapper) The reaction to what Clapper said about Libya, how President Obama distanced himself from the Clapper comments and whether he will keep his job discussed.
(New York: David Muir) The Made in America challenge to see where one's clothes were made featured; viewer videos and a look from Grand Central Station at people's clothes labels shown. The fact that 98 percent of clothing is made outside America, mostly in China, noted. [Brookings Inst. vice president Bruce KATZ†- says the US is good at producing advanced goods.] The North Face lab testing special clothing shown.
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos, David Muir) American jobs from the North Face and New Balance labs and a jeans company manufacturing in the US discussed.
(Los Angeles: John Donvan) The secrets of living longer from centenarian sisters Inez Harries and Venice Shaw examined; details given about the "The Longevity Project" study on what kind of person gets to live longer. [University of California at Riverside study authors Leslie MARTIN, Howard FRIEDMAN- explain why worrying and working hard is good.] [SISTERS - comment on their lives.]