This program is 29 minutes long
(State College: T.J. Winick) The sex abuse scandal at Penn State University involving assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky and boys he met through a charity examined; scenes shown from the campus; details given about the child molestation allegations against the gridiron legend and the role of legendary head coach Joe Paterno. [With ABC reporter, SANDUSKY - says he cannot comment.] [Consultant Christine BRENNAN- predicts a football staff house cleaning.] [On the street, Two WOMEN - react.]
(Dallas: Ryan Owens) The earthquake near sparks featured; scenes shown of damages; details given about the recent weather in the state, [HOMEOWNER; ESPN football analyst Kirk HERBSTREIT- react to the quake.]
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) [On "This Week," Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - comments on the poll numbers for Congress.] How people want answers and progress on the economy and Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain and the sexual harassment story that has exposed how unprepared he is discussed. [CAIN - refuses to answer more questions.]
(Studio: David Muir) Coming ABC News stories on the campaign previewed.
(Washington: David Kerley) The nationwide backlash against the big banks leading to a customer shift to credit unions featured; scenes shown of protest marches in Iowa, Dallas, Seattle; statistics cited. [Protester Amelia VASSAR- questions bank fees.] [Organizer Kristin CHRISTIAN, Credit Union National Assn. Bill CHENEY- comment on the banks.] [Consumer Bankers Assn. Richard HUNT- outlines what banks will do: raise revenues &/or cut costs.]
(Islamabad. Pakistan: Nick Schifrin) The use of remote-controlled drones in Pakistan against most-wanted terrorists featured; scenes shown of a young Pakistani wounded by a drone and of the drones. [National security adviser John BRENNAN- says there have been no collateral deaths.] [Reprieve founder Clive STAFFORD SMITH- talks about the dead children of Pakistan.]
(Los Angeles: Jim Avila) The jury deliberations in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray for the death of Michael Jackson examined; several court photos shown.