This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) The arrest of International Monetary Fund director Dominique Strauss-Kahn on charges of the sexual assault of a immigrant chambermaid in a New York City hotel featured; scenes shown from court of his arraignment; details given about the woman's criminal complaint, his arrest on a plane at the airport and his reputation as a "great seducer." A support statement from his wife Anne Sinclair quoted. [Attorney Benjamin BRAFMAN- proclaims his innocence.] The issue of forensic evidence and the bail and diplomatic immunity issues discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) The announcement from Donald Trump that he will not seek the Republican nomination for president in 2012 examined; his statement and reasons for not running quoted. [TRUMP - says he will not be running for president.] [President OBAMA, comic Seth MEYERS - joke about Trump.] [Former White House press secretary Ari FLEISCHER- reacts to the Trump trial balloon.] The "excitement" over Governor Mitch Daniels as a Republican candidate noted.
(Kennedy Space Center: Bob Woodruff) NASA's launching of the space shuttle Endeavour with Representative Gabrielle Giffords there again to watch her astronaut husband Mark Kelly go into space featured; scenes shown from Cape Canaveral. [Voice of KELLY - speaks.] [Giffords chief of staff Pia CARUSONE- notes what Gabby said.] [In January, KELLY - says she loves to play with his wedding ring.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The government's reaching of its debt limit examined; details given about sale suggestions from Republicans. [Treasury Secretary Tim GEITHNER - says measures have been set in motion to give Congress time.] [AEI economist Kevin HASSETT- speculates about selling off the gold.] [On "Face the Nation," Representative John BOEHNER - opposes raising the debt ceiling.]
(New York and studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) A blood test that will tell you how long you will live examined; details given about how the test measures the length of telomeres. [Scientific adviser to testing company professor Jerry SHAY; on the street, several PEOPLE - react.] [Columbia University bioethicist Dr. Robert KLITZMAN- outlines what insurance companies could say about the tests.] How telomeres can be lengthened discussed.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The medical mystery involving Erin Martin, who lost her voice for months when she caught a simple cold, examined; diagram shown of functional dysphonia that irritates the voice box. [MARTIN - says her voice turned into a whisper.] [Daughter and husband Haley and Tom MARTIN- talk about mom/wife.] Her visit to a doctor at the Cleveland Clinic who massaged her vocal cords to get her voice back shown.