This program is 29 minutes long
(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The arrest of occupy Wall Street demonstrators in Oakland featured; scenes shown of the presence of riot police in Oakland and protests in New York City, Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago. [Two PROTESTERS, San Francisco WOMAN - comment.]
(Wilmington, North Carolina: Norah O'Donnell) The issue of the economy, jobs and Obama's programs examined through a cabinet interview. [In interview, Treasury Secretary Tim GEITHNER - says it is a tough economy and its strength depends on developments in Europe and Washington's Congress; defends Obama's actions; comments on the proposals for economic growth if Congress acts.]
(Washington: Jan Crawford) Political outsider Cain taking on Mitt Romney at Texas Governor Rick Perry's expense examined; poll figures cited; details given about Perry's tax plan. [October 14, CAIN - campaigns.] [PERRY - campaigns on the tax code.] [On CNBC, PERRY - calls Romney a fat cat; mentions the Obama birth issue.]
(San Francisco: Scott Pelley) The November 12 presidential debate on CBS announced.
(Misrata: Allen Pizzey) The investigation of the death of Kadhafi, the collection of bodies and accusations of atrocities by rebel fighters examined; scenes shown from a graveyard of bodies of alleged foreign mercenaries who may have been executed. [Libyan National Transitional Council Ali TARHOUNI†- speaks about the young rebels and what they saw.] [PRISONER - says he was beaten badly.]
(Los Angeles: Jon LaPook) The official recommendation from a CDC advisory panel that boys and young men receive the HPV vaccine examined; details given about what cancers the vaccine prevents; statistics on the vaccine cited. [Mother Susie SILVER‡- explains why she had her son vaccinated.] [HPV panel head Dr. Joseph BOCCHINI††- comments on reducing the disease transmission; asserts the vaccine is safe.] [Mother and son Shoshana and Evan BLASKO%- question the vaccine.]
(New York: Jim Axelrod) The review by the College Board of SAT security after a cheating scandal on Long Island examined; details given about the activities of Sam Eshaghoff, who used fake IDs to take SATs for others for money. [New York state senator Kenneth LaVALLE- says it is a national problem.] [Nassau County Council of School Superintendents Herb BROWN- comments on the cheating.] [Test prep company's Scott BARBER- cites the stress on the kids.]