This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Bob Orr) The charges against Gupta examined; details given about his tips to the tycoon Rajaratnam with examples of their contact cited; courtroom sketches by Jane Rosenberg shown. [Former SEC official Jacob FRANKEL- calls this the biggest insider trading prosecution case ever.]
(Seattle: Scott Pelley) The earlier prison sentence for Rajaratnam noted.
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The impact of the European economic crisis on the US banking system and the global financial system examined; details given about the US bank and loan exposures.
(Washington: Chip Reid) The household financial situation for the unemployed examined; poll figures cited; details given about the emotional toll of unemployment. [Unemployed for 3 years, Rose BRINTON‡- cries she could lose her home; states we have used our 401k.] [In Ohio, unemployed, Melody PROFFER‡, her mother Gloria KELBER‡; in Virginia, Rick JENKINS - talk about their finances.]
(Wenatchee valley, Washington: Ben Tracy) The predicament for the apple harvest season in Washington state featured; scenes shown from the orchards that are having trouble finding apple pickers because of the lack of migrant workers. [Grower Al ROBISON- comments on frozen apples; notes most Americans won't do this work.] [Foreman Alfonso GARCIA- comments on the workers.] [Washington State Horticultural Assn. Bruce GRIM- wants a program for Mexican migrant workers.]
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The college loan debt crisis due to rising costs at public Universities examined. [University of Illinois at Chicago Katrina MANALAC- says she is overwhelmed by loans and did not want to have to live at home.] [American Council on Education Terry HARTLE- says it is about state budget cuts leading to tuition increases.]
(Seattle: Scott Pelley) The value of a college degree as shown in unemployment rates for high school graduates vs. bachelor's degree holders cited.
(Tacoma: Barry Petersen) A veteran-owned coffee shop outside Joint Base Lewis McChord near Tacoma, Washington, that serves free coffee to soldiers and Marines featured; scenes shown from inside Coffee Strong where troops can share their problems and treat the mental scars of war. [Former Marine sexual assault victim Deborah FLAGBOAM- comments on her need for help.] [Coffee Strong director Jorge GONZALES- explains what we do here.] The suicide by Army special forces veteran Jared Hagemann facing his 8th combat deployment noted. [Wife Ashley HAGEMANN- comments on her husband's death.] [McChord suicide prevention program's Col. Dallas HOMAS- talks about getting soldiers the help they need.]