This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The controversy on the 2012 campaign trail that evolved into an attack on Mitt Romney's Mormon faith examined; scenes shown of Herman Cain campaigning. [WOMAN, North Carolina's Dave DOLBEAR- comment on the religion issue.] [On talk shows, presidential candidates Rick SANTORUM, CAIN - avoid the religious question.] [Texas Pastor Robert JEFFRESS - calls Texas Governor Rick Perry a true conservative and Christian; says Mormonism is a cult.] [Wake Forest professor Melissa ROGERS- says white evangelicals have a beef with Mormonism.] [ROMNEY - responds.] [In 2007, ROMNEY - promises to serve no one religion.] [Faith and Freedom Coalition Ralph REED- says it is about the economy.]
(New York: Ron Mott) The 23rd day of the occupy Wall Street protest in New York City against corporate greed featured; scenes shown of the gathering in several cities, including the Air and SPace Museum in Washington, DC. [Two PROTESTERS - say people are tired with oppression.] [On TV show, Representative Nancy PELOSI - supports the message to the establishment: change has to happen.] [Representative Eric CANTOR - expresses concern about the "mobs."] [Presidential candidate Herman CAIN - states his economic position.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) The occupy Wall Street movement, the risks for politicians embracing the movement as with the Tea Party and the questions of religion in politics with Mitt Romney's Mormonism and the opposition of evangelicals discussed.
(Washington: Jim Miklaszewski) A computer virus attacking US military remote control drones and the issue of the system's overall vulnerability examined.
(Kabul: Atia Abawi) How life has changed for the people of Kabul 10 years after the start of the war in Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of girlx attending schools, women in the workplace, television news coverage and entertainment, shopping malls, a fast food restaurant. [Tolo TV founder Saad MOHSENI- says the people have an appetite for radio and TV.]
(Chantilly, Virginia: Tom Costello) The prospects for more junk mail from the financially beleaguered United States Postal Service examined; statistics cited; TV ads shown. [Two PEOPLE - complain.] [Postmaster General Patrick DONAHOE, United States Postal Service Megan BRENNAN- talk about the mail.]
(London: Kevin Tibbles) The musical tribute in Wales for Michael Jackson featured; scenes shown of the performance attended by his three children. [Siblings Tito, LaToya, Marlon JACKSON, several FANS, Jackson KIDS - comment on their brother's life.]