This program is 28 minutes long
(State College: Dan Harris) The debate over the exit of Penn State University football coach Joe Paterno, who will retire due to the story of sexual abuse by one of his long-time assistant coaches, examined; details given of his request to coach through the end of this season, the options for the board of trustees who will likely force out school president Graham Spanier and the handling of abuse by Jerry Sandusky by Paterno and others at PSU; scenes shown of Joe at a rally outside his house. [Player Jack CRAWFORD- reacts.] [Victims' advocate Jennifer STORM- reacts to Paterno's behavior; suggests the boy who cam forward broke the silence.] The Education Department's plan to investigate how Penn State handled these cases noted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Jeremy Schaap) What Paterno should do because he will be a distraction to the team if he coaches four more games and the findings of the ESPN poll on Paterno discussed.
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) The economic situation in Italy and what it could mean for the US finances with likley ups and downs for the stock market reviewed; financial statistics cited. [Mesirow Financial economist Diane SWONK- says the party is over.] [ABC economic analyst Austan GOOLSBEE- says Italy cannot be ignored and investors are on edge.] The drop in the average 401k cited.
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The signal problems with the first big nationwide broadcast test of a national emergency warning system examined; sample TV clips shown. [FEMA administrator W. Craig FUGATE- says we need tests to fix the system.] [On the street, WOMAN - comments on the system.]
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) An epic monster storm across Alaska with a potential storm surge featured; scenes and weather maps shown. [Voices of KNOM Radio Rick SCHMIDT, Kotzebue resident Maija LUKIN- comment on the wind.] Recent freak weather events reviewed with video and photos shown. [NASA climatologist Bill PATZERT- suggests global warming or climate change; recalls the wild ride of last winter.]
(New Jersey: Claire Shipman) The story of millions of baby boomers who are divorcing and forming new relationships presented; details given about online dating for those 55 and over. [50-year-old dater Adrienne MONTEZINOS, 66-year-old Emma ERNST, 66-year-old Terry MOULTON, Emma's daughter Tricia LUTZ- comment on their lives and dating.] [AARP love and relationship ambassador Pepper SCHWARTZ- comments on their sexual and emotional life.]