This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) The tough questions about the now-bankrupt Solyndra solar energy company that received 500 million dollars in taxpayer money examined; details given from e-mails about internal questions about the company before it got the loan money. [In response to questions from Representative Tim MURPHY, Energy Department loan chief Jonathan SILVER†- defends the department.] [Solyndra WORKER - comments.] [Representative Diana DEGETTE†- raises questions.]
(Queens, New York: Jim Avila) The defeat of two Democrats by two Republicans in special elections examined; details given about the New York City race where David Weprin† lost to Bob Turner and about the Reno, Nevada, race. [Queens voter Richard KRINSBERG†- calls it a referendum against President Obama.] Findings of a Bloomberg poll indicating the doubt about Obama's jobs plan cited. [ABC political analyst Ron BROWNSTEIN†- says it's a sign for Democrats.] [Texas Governor Rick PERRY - predicts Obama will be a one-term president.]
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) The announcement by Walmart of plans to spent 20 billion on goods from businesses owned by women examined; Walmart spending statistics cited; details given about the massive sex discrimination lawsuit against the company that alleges women were paid less. [Delta Blues farm owner Kim MATHEWS - talks business.] [Walmart vice president Leslie DACH†- promotes the business plan.] [NOW president/CEO Terry O'NEILL†- says Walmart has discriminated against women.]
(Mogadishu: David Muir) The situation in Somalia where the famine is worsening and bringing disease examined; scenes shown from Mogadishu's hospital that is overwhelmed by children with measles because of the lack of proper vaccinations due to the political power vacuum and of kids getting vaccinated at a clinic. [U.N. humanitarian worker Dawn BLALOCK†- comments.]
(New York: Andrea Canning) The crackdown by retailers against extreme couponing examined; clips shown from the TV show "Extreme Couponing"; details given about what big companies are doing to contain coupons [Couponera Jill CATALDO†, Nathan ENGELS‡- comment.] [Savings Lifestyles.com Andrea DECKARD†- says couponers are being disrespectful.]
(Boston: Diane Sawyer) A visit to the Kennedy library in Boston with Caroline Kennedy, daughter of Jacqueline Kennedy, who just released her mother's audiotapes from the 1960s, presented; scenes shown of Kennedy memorabilia with Jackie's narrative played and of photos. [C. KENNEDY - shows some items from her mother's displays; talks about her mother's privacy.]
(Seattle: Neal Karlinsky) A candid camera senior citizens love story presented; scenes shown from the Hillside retirement community near Portland, Oregon, where Bruce and Esther Hoffman filmed their own attempts to deal with the webcam computer.