This program is 29 minutes long
(Tripoli: Alex Crawford) The rebels' entrance into Tripoli featured; scenes shown of tanks, armed rebels, uniforms in the road, gunfire from leader Muammar el-Kadhafi's forces, machine gun trucks.
(Washington: Whit Johnson) The economic issues in the political campaign reviewed; scenes shown of the Republican presidential candidates. [Moody's Analytics economist Mark ZANDI- comments.] [President OBAMA - talks about decisions and jobs.] [Texas Governor Rick PERRY - campaigns.] [Representative Michele BACHMANN - promises two-dollar gas.] [Jon HUNTSMAN - responds.] [On Fox, former White House advisor Karl ROVE - talks about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's schedule.]
(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Washington: John Dickerson) The importance of Obama's September speech on the economy, his need for results on the economy, the lack of specific economic plans from Republicans and how Perry is the anti-Obama on the campaign trail discussed.
(New York: Jim Axelrod) Some lessons in resilience for the widows of September 11, 2001 and in Rwanda featured; scenes shown of Rwanda women telling their stories. [Widow of firefighter Charles, Andrea GARBARINI- says the world changed that day; talks about her husband; talks about what happened to the women in Rwanda.] Garbarini's documentary "From the Ground Up" about the challenge of finding something good in tragedy noted.
(Newark, New Jersey: Michele Miller) The story of three African American men born after MLK's speech who have honored his legacy presented; scenes shown from a Newark, New Jersey, high school, from which the three doctors graduated and set up a foundation to help underprivileged kids. [Three Doctors Foundation Dr. Sampson DAVIS, Dr. George JENKINS, Dr. Remeck HUNT- talk about the path through education and the legacy of King to help people.]
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The seven-member musical group Flogging Molly that has settled in Detroit and produced an album based on Detroit's troubles an effort to create a city renaissance featured; performance scenes shown. [Flogging Molly Bridget REGAN, Dave KING- comment on the city and Irish people.]