This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Kristen Dahlgren) The sex abuse scandal at Penn State University involving assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky and boys he met through a charity examined; details given about the allegations from a graduate assistant, the lying charges against athletic director Tim Curley and vice president Garry Schultz with their statements quoted and the role of coach Joe Paterno. [Sandusky attorney Joe AMENDOLA- comments on the allegations.] [NBC Sports Doug FLUTIE- comments on the seriousness of the issue.]
(New York: Stephanie Gosk) The reaction against bank fees featured; scenes shown of street protests around the country; details given about what has happened since Bank of America tried to implement a debit card fee and the limits of service from the credit unions to whom people are flocking. [Bank Transfer Day founder Kristen CHRISTIAN- says shift from banks to credit unions.] [Business customer Kim GALLAGHER - comments on her shift.] [MSNBC's analyst Vera GIBBONS- says the debit card charge was the final straw.]
(Athens: Michelle Kosinski) The debt crisis in Greece featured; scenes shown of marches in Athens; details given about a possible global recession and the shaky status of Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou. [Financial analyst Justin URQUHART STEWART- outlines the spreading nervousness in the banking system.] [GREEK - comments.] [Unpaid engineer Marco BALLAS- comments on the "cow" and "milk" system.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; studio: Michelle Caruso-Cabrera) The impact of a Greek default on Europe and on the US in the financially integrated system and concerns about a domino effect with Italy's debt also a crisis discussed.
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The Republican presidential candidates featured; scenes shown from Iowa; details given about the sexual harassment claims against Herman Cain. [Iowa Republican Party chair Matt STRAWN- says it is 60 days....] [Texas Governor Rick PERRY, former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH, Representative Ron PAUL, Herman CAIN - campaign.] [Cain accuser's attorney Joel BENNETT- comments on his client's complaint about inappropriate behaviors from the National Restaurant Assn. CEO.] [Political analyst Stuart ROTHENBERG- assesses Cain's survival as an inexperienced politician.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Tomorrow's guest on "Meet the Press" named.
(Grapevine, Texas: Charles Hadlock) Some unusual steps being taken by shopping mall owners to find new tenants in the weak economy examined; scenes shown from a Dallas suburb of a trampoline store, a science museum in Roanoke, Virginia and a medical center in a mall in Nashville; statistics on the rise in non-retail tenants in malls cited. [Timmy CRAWFORD - talks business.] [Aquarium OWNER - comments.] [Strategic Resource Group Burt FLICKINGER- talks about non-traditional businesses.]
(Washington: Tom Costello) The role of new technology called "locution systems" in cutting down the time factor for medical and fire first responders featured; scenes shown from south Denver where dispatchers use the computer technology for a response; details given about the post-9/11 overhaul of response systems for fire crews and medical responders. [Dispatch supervisor Eric HURST- talks about the seconds.]
(New York: Mike Taibbi) Rooney's career reviewed; video and photos of Rooney at work shown.