This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Josh Elliott) A massive car collision at an Indy auto race in Las Vegas that killed driver Dan Wheldon† featured; scenes and photos shown of the pileup in the final race of the season; details given about why Wheldon died and driver concerns about the track. [Auto racing analysts Eddie CHEEVER†, Scott GOODYEAR†, driver Danica PATRICK††- react to the accident.] The lesson for the sport of Indy car racing discussed.
(Millers Creek, North Carolina: Jake Tapper) Obama's bus tour to convince voters he is fighting for them and pushing the jobs bill that failed in the Senate featured; details given about elements of his plan for teachers, police and firefighters paid for by a tax on millionaires. [In North Carolina, OBAMA - jokes about the bill; criticizes "they want."] Findings of an ABC News/"Washington Post" poll on who the public trusts to create jobs: Obama or Congress cited. Obama's "non-campaign" events in battle ground states noted.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The Cain surge examined; details given about his role as CEO of Godfather's Pizza, his personal story of poverty, his creed of self-reliance, his bout with cancer &is 999 plan; scenes shown of him singing about pizza. [CAIN - campaigns; promise to bring a sense of humor to the White House. Cain's plan to help the inner city poor noted.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The shocking discovery by Philadelphia police and the FBI of mentally disabled victims held prisoner in an identity theft scam that stretches across the country featured; scenes shown of an apartment where four people were found chained; details given about the victims of the ordeal. [Philadelphia deputy police commissioner Richard ROSS†, community resident Roy HOEY†- comment on what happened.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) A deal to put restraints on consumer cell phone bills examined; details given about what happens if the use goes over the phone contract limits. [Cell phone users Alex CULLAFANE‡, Helen SCHWARTZ‡- react to their bills.] [Free Press Joel KELSEY†- talks about tricks and traps.] [The Wireless Assn. president Steve LARGENT†- says we will get the alerts done.]
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) The rural community of Leeton, Missouri, that turned the old bank building into a new grocery store named the Bulldog Express featured; scenes shown from the Leeton School and the three-year-old store that is run by the students. [Teacher Bonnie SEYMOUR††, student Mallory EARLY†, customer John BECK†- talk about the experience.] The message about can be achieved when people come together noted.