This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Jon LaPook) A medical study linking the anti-smoking drug Chantix to a higher risk of heart disease examined; details given about a potential FDA warning. [Johns Hopkins University Dr. Sonal SINGH- comments on the risk.] [Pfizer vice president Dr. Gail CAWKWELL- says we will look at the FDA advice.] Why doctors may still advise using Chantix despite the risk and how it works better than other anti-smoking options discussed.
(Kabul: Mandy Clark) CBS News interview held with Petraeus about events in the war in Afghanistan and the recent suicide attack in Kabul; scenes shown from coalition bases in Afghanistan. [PETRAEUS - says the Afghans responded courageously in the hotel attack; states it is time to stop second guessing the president's decision on withdrawing troops; notes it is an emotional day as it is his last day in uniform.] What Petraeus said about how he will lead the CIA and about Pakistan discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: John Dickerson) The White House view of a mini-deal that would not give Democrats the tax increases it wants and how Mitt Romney leads the Republican field for 2012 despite the polls discussed.
(New York: Michelle Miller) Another accusation of sexual assault against former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn from novelist Tristane Banon††, who will file a civil complaints, while the case against him in the US is collapsing because the hotel maid lied about events featured; details given about Banon charges of attempted rape. [Former sex crimes prosecutor Robin SAX - says the maid lied about events and lied to the grand jury: case over; states the prosecutors rushed to judgment over precision.]
(London: Mark Phillips) The appearance by former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic before a war crimes tribunal featured; scenes shown of him taunting and disrupting the court; details given about charges he ordered a massacre in Srebrenica and the shelling of civilians in Sarajevo. [JUDGE - orders Mladic out of the court.]
(Washington: Jim Axelrod) What happened to the iconic American flags the space shuttle astronauts left behind on six trips to the moon examined; scenes shown from the moon; details given of the technical problems in setting up flags on the moon and what may have happened to two of them. [Smithsonian curator Allan NEEDELL- says the flags were a symbol of pride and accomplishment.] [NASA engineer Tom MOSER- says it was political.] [University of California at Santa Barbara librarian Annie PLATOFF- says theoretically there are likely still six flags on the moon; guesses they might be devastated.]