Profiles of Asian-American achievers: Washington governor Gary Locke; two Filipino doctors in Oklahoma; and "Angry Little Girl" cartoonist Lela Lee. The first, an upbeat profile of Locke, whose parents were born in China, is an American dream story. In the second, the doctors have differing views on what they'll call home. And Korean-American Lee, who's also an actress, never took racial taunts or her own family's cultural reticence lying down, and she built a career around it. Ann Curry hosts.