This program is 28 minutes long
(New York and studio: Cecilia Vega) The movement to occupy Wall Street featured; map of world protests sites and images from New York and Washington, DC, shown. [Virginia's Tom ECK, New Hampshire's Will HOPKINS, music mogul Russell SIMMONS- list complaints.] The overarching theme of frustration with the economy discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) The reaction of politicians to the Wall Street movement reported. [Representative Eric CANTOR- complains about the "growing mobs."] [On "This Week," Representative Nancy PELOSI - responds to Cantor.] [Republican presidential candidates Mitt ROMNEY, Herman CAIN - respond to questions.]
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) The risk for Republican and Democratic politicians in responding to the movement discussed.
(Washington: David Kerley) The controversy on the 2012 campaign trail that evolved into an attack on Mitt Romney's Mormon faith examined; details given about Mormom theology. [ROMNEY - calls it poisonous language.] [First Baptist Church of Dallas pastor Robert JEFFRESS- says Mormonism is a cult.] [ABC News political analyst Ron BROWNSTEIN- says Romney struggled among evangelical voters in 2008.] [Presidential candidates Herman CAIN, Representative Michele BACHMANN - avoid the question.] The poll figures on Republicans' view of Mormons discussed.
(Kansas City, Missouri: Clayton Sandell) The kidnapping of baby Lisa Irwin in Kansas City, Missouri, featured; scenes shown of the house; details given of suspicions about the parents Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley. [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT- comments on the case.]
(New York: Deborah Roberts) A look at three suburban moms who found new ways to make money in this brutal economy presented; scenes shown of Mindy McKnight braiding her daughters' hair, retired teacher Betty Given showing recipes and Vanessa Wilson's sewing videos. [YouTube moms McKNIGHT, GIVEN, WILSON - comment on their home businesses.] How much the mothers may be making as YouTube partners discussed.
(London: Simon McGregor-Wood) The third marriage for actor Paul McCartney with American heiress Nancy Shevell featured; scenes shown from London; details given about his prior two marriages.
(New York: T.J. Winick) A look at the brain during multitasking presented; scenes shown of a test using parts of the brain. [Champion multitasker  - talks about focus.] [Utah professor David STRAYER- says we are serial processors.]