This program is 28 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; scenes shown from the campus; details given about charges Sandusky preyed on young boys, the lying charges against athletic director Tim Curley and vice president Gary Schultz with the president's statement quoted and the role of coach Joe Paterno. [STUDENT - comments.] [State senator Jeffrey PICCOLA- comments on the allegations.]
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The issue of the sexual harassment accusations against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain featured; details given about his debate with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich. [Last night, CAIN - tells reporters "don't go there" and "end of story."] [In debate, CAIN - comments on the nitpicking by the media.] [Voice of Representative Michele BACHMANN - criticizes Cain.] [On "Meet the Press," presidential candidate Jon HUNTSMAN - comments on Cain.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: John Harwood) How Cain has been durable as the primaries near, what he will have to do and what President Obama wants out of a jobs bill discussed.
(Studio: Lester Holt) The Republican presidential debate on Wednesday on CNBC prevuewed.
(Athens: Michelle Kosinski) The debt crisis in Greece featured; details given about the agreement to form a coalition government to pass the European bailout of Greece.
(Atlanta: Lilia Luciano) The earthquakes in central Oklahoma featured; scenes shown of the damages at St. Gregory's University and earlier tornadoes and drought in the state. [Three PEOPLE, University's Gregory MAIN- describe what happened.] [The Weather Channel's Todd SANTOS- comments on the Oklahoma weather.]
(No location given: Thanh Troung) The abortion battle in Mississippi with an amendment defining life as starting with conception examined; "personhood" definition cited. [Personhood amendment advocate Dr. Freda BUSH, pro-life Mississippi Terri HERRING- say we can define what a person is and bring justice to the unborn.] [WOMAN, Mississippians For Healthy Families consultant Stan FLINT- oppose the state's involvement.] The push to reverse the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision noted. [Political consultant Reed GUICE- comments on the future constitutionality of "personhood."]
(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) A breakthrough in anti-aging from the Mayo Clinic examined; details given about the experiment with two mice and of old anti-aging remedies. [Sadick dermatologist Dr. Cheryl KARCHER- comments on the technology.] [Mayo Clinic Dr. Jan VAN DEURSEN- comments on the cells linked to age-related diseases.] [University of North Carolina school of medicine Dr. Norman SHARPLESS- says we can deal with aging.] [On the street, two WOMEN - react.]
(Faribault, Minnesota: Brian Shactman) A second chance for the town of Faribault, Minnesota, featured; scenes shown from the old woolen mills that were closed for two years before local residents led by the Moodys bought the blanket factory. [Worker Jenny JONES - talks about the company.] [Paul MOODY - talks about the business.]
(New York: Stephanie Gosk) A new home for Britain's Prince William and Kate featured; scenes shown of Kensington Palace, where William and Henry were raised by Princess Diana and of the royal couple in Denmark. [NBC royal contributor Robert JOBSON- talks about William and the palace where he will settle down.] [WILLIAM, CATHERINE - speak about Africa.]