This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The damage control by Murdoch’s media outlets reviewed; details given about the phone hacking of murdered teen Milly Dowler and arrests of reporters and editors. [MURDOCH - says he was appalled to find out what happened.] [Dowler lawyer Mark LEWIS- says Murdoch apologized many times.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The decline in the stock market value for News Corp. cited.
(New York: Elaine Quijano) Hinton’s resignation as head of Dow Jones and Co., which publishes the "Wall Street Journal," examined; details given about the scrutiny of his chairmanship of News International amid allegations of criminal tactics by reporters, including Andy Coulson. [To a parliamentary committee in March 2007, HINTON – says he believes Coulson did not know what was going on; comments on the prison sentence for Clive Goodman.] [Journalism professor Jeff JARVIS- says Hinton threw himself on the sword for Murdoch.]
(White House: Chip Reid) The political impasse over the debt crisis featured; details given about possible Democratic concessions, including Social Security and Medicare, in exchange for tax hikes. [President OBAMA – says we have a chance to stabilize America’s finances for a decade.] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER – says we asked the president for a plan, not a speech.] [Representative Allen WEST- says that dog don’t hunt.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The amount of the budget taken up by Medicare and Social Security cited; chart shown.
(Near Qawalish, Libya: Mark Phillips) The battle in Qawalish between the rebels and Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi’s forces updated; scenes shown of rockets firing; details given about the lack of coordination and communication and the rivalries between towns and tribes. [Local rebel commander Moussab EDUEB- states we are waiting for NATO permission to go.] [REBEL – says with his gun he can do magic.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The hope that economic sanctions, NATO’s air campaign and pressure from the rebels will convince Kadhafi to go noted.
(Arlington National Cemetery: David Martin) The weekly visits to Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery, where veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan are buried, by young families with children featured. [Widow Nicki BUNTING– says we try to keep it a joyous place; comments on finding out she was pregnant after she was told her husband Brian was killed; notes son Connor calls Arlington Heaven.] [Widow Veronica ORTIZ- recalls her son’s reaction to visiting the grave; says her children know they’re not the only ones.] [Widow Ashley CUTSFORTH- explains why she brings her infant son.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Some facts about Arlington National Cemetery noted.