This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Jim Sciutto) A new alert from WHO about the possible risk of cancer from cell phone radiation examined; brain images shown. Statements from WHO's Christopher Wild and from the CTIA quoted. [UC Berkeley Dr. Joel MOSKOWITZ- says science is slow on these matters as with cigarettes.] [Cell phone user's widow Ellie MARKS - says he died from brain cancer.] The response of brain specialists noted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) The importance of the WHO study, precautions to be taken especially for children and the need for more studies discussed.
(Washington: Claire Shipman) The state of the housing market examined; statistics on loss of home value by cities cited; details given about the reasons that are pushing prices down and the change of the American dream about home ownership. [S&P Case-Shiller home-price index co-creator Robert SHILLER- says home prices could drop more.] [Renter Rob CROSS- comments.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The question of which Republicans are running for 2012 examined; scenes shown of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin on the road touring historical sites 7 of party activists meeting with Governor Chris Christie. [PALIN - talks about the tour.] [Republican donor Bruce RASTETTER- talks about the Christie message.] [With Diane Sawyer, CHRISTIE - says he is not running for president.] Photos of five likely candidates and four non-contenders shown. [Republican Party of Iowa chairman Matt STRAWN- comments on the stake.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Nick Schifrin, Martha Raddatz) The meaning of Karzai's response to the air strikes, the restrictions on what US/NATO troops can do in air strikes, how careful the air missions are and how Karzai needs US troops and needs to be involved discussed.
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) The charges that international banker Mahmoud Abdel Salam Omar assaulted a housekeeper at the Pierre Hotel in New York City reviewed; scenes shown from inside the hotel; details given about thise incident and that of ex-IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn. [Hotel housekeeper Elizabeth MORENA- recounts being approached for sex.] [Housekeeper Quality Initiative Lorena LOPEZ- outlines the problems for workers.] The changes in hotel policies since the Strauss-Kahn case discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The drop in gasoline prices cited.
(Odessa, Texas: Jonathan Karl) The threat to the Texas oil industry from the sand dune lizard that is to be placed on the endangered species list with protected habitat featured; scenes shown from the sands of west Texas. [Permian Basin Petroleum Assn. Ben SHEPPARD, RSP Permian land manager Leslyn WALLACE- call the lizard a big threat to the industry.] [US Fish and Wildlife regional director Michelle SHAUGHNESSY- talks about the law and science.] [In a plane, Texas land commissioner Jerry PATTERSON- talks about land and lizard and "reptile dysfunction."] [Texas A&M herpetologist Dan LEAVITT- talks lizards.]
(Los Angeles: David Wright) A video of a boy named Ryan Moyers "dancing" with an African spotted neck otter at the San Diego Zoo shown and discussed. [Via Skype, mother Leigh MOYERS - comments on the video hits.] [San Diego Zoo Rich SCHWARTZ- comments.]