This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The dismal jobs and manufacturing report outlined.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The state of the recovery of Ford, Chrysler and GM examined; details given about the company spending, jobs lost and recovered. [GM sales operation vice president Don JOHNSON†- comments on industry strength.] [Superior Industries International Steven BORICK†- talks about hirings.] [A&B Automotive's Bob FRICANO‡- worries about closing the business.]
(Tripoli: Allen Pizzey) A peace offer for Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi to step down and the extension of the NATO mission in Libya featured; scenes shown of South African President Joseph Zuma with Kadhafi; details given about the regime's problems. [NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh RASMUSSEN- says we will continue the operation to protect the people of Libya.] [Libyan government spokesman Mussa IBRAHIM- says we are here to stay.] [UN humanitarian coordinator for Libya Panos MOUMTZIS- comments on the Libya situation.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The problem of green laser lights being pointed at airplane cockpits examined; details given about FAA fines and the power of green lasers. [Pilot Steve ROBERTS - says his corneas were burned; predicts a catastrophic event.] [FAA administrator Randy BABBITT, International Air Line Pilots Assn. president Capt. Lee MOAK- say pilots are jeopardized.] Laser incidents statistics cited.
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The denial from Representative Anthony Weiner that he sent a lewd photo to a college student via Twitter featured. [In interview, WEINER - says he did not send the photo: it was a hoax/prank; clarifies his view of the picture; states it is mischief, not a capital crime.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) The tough issue of planning for the end of life for medical patients examined; details given about the video being used to explain what happens at end of life and about the options including comfort care. [Pancreatic cancer patient Bernadette WILSON, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center oncologist Dr. Eileen O'REILLY†- talk about cancer treatment and dying.] [Massachusetts General Hospital Dr. Angelo VOLANDES†- explains what the video does for patients.] Why this is difficult for doctors dealing with end of life discussed.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The story of the heroism of Army Ranger Sgt. Leroy Petry, who lost his arm in the war in Afghanistan, but won a Medal of Honor, presented. [Medal of Honor recipient Paul BUCHA- talks about the soldier's job.]