This program is 30 minutes long
(Tripoli: Richard Engel) How Tripoli is falling featured; scenes shown of the armed rebel march on the city, a crossfire on the highway, the fluid frontline, rescued rebels and an armed Libyan state TV anchor. [REBEL - says he will free the country.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The possible US role in a transition to power in Libya, concerns about a rebel government, Kadhafi's likely whereabouts and developments in Syria where President Bashir al-Assad hopes to defuse things with reform promises discussed.
(Washington: Mike Viqueira) The politics of the economy for the 2012 presidential election campaign examined; scenes shown of President Obama of vacation. [On "Meet the Press," Obama for America campaign advisor Robert GIBBS- speaks for Obama and job creation.] [Representative Elijah CUMMINGS- says Obama has to go back to basics.] The problems for Social Security outlined. [On Fox, Republican Karl ROVE, Democratic strategist Bill BURTON- bicker over the economy.]
(New York: Maria Bartiromo) Word that German head Angela Merkel is opposing Euro bonds to end the debt crisis, the focus in the US on the economy with a GDP report and Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke's coming speech reviewed.
(Los Angeles: Aditi Roy) The rash of gold thefts due to the rising price featured; theft videos shown. [Shenoa and Co. Adam BAZELL, WOMAN, Oakland police department Sgt. Holly JOSHI, PAWNBROKER - comment on gold theft.]
(Miami: Mark Potter) The University of Miami football scandal examined; details given about Nevin Shapiro's claims he gave Miami players cash and benefits from 2002-2010. ["Miami Herald" sports columnist Greg COTE- cites the impact on the school football program.] [Coach Al GOLDEN- comments on cooperating.] The NCAA investigation of the Miami team reviewed with president Mark Emmert quoted. [Miami filmmaker Billy CORBEN- blames the university for not protecting its students.]
(South Africa: Peter Alexander) Swimming with great white sharks off the coast of South Africa featured; scenes shown of the reporter in the water with the predators.