This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Jan Crawford) The Republican presidential candidates debate on foreign policy issues reviewed; scenes shown. [Representative Michele BACHMANN, former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH, Mitt ROMNEY, Texas Governor Rick PERRY, Herman CAIN - offer views on the issues: waterboarding, Iran, Perry's gaffe, foreign aid.]
(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.
(Honolulu: Norah O'Donnell) The response of President Obama to Republican criticism especially about Iran featured; scenes shown from Hawaii at the APEC summit. [OBAMA - speaks about the economy, Iran.] [Obama deputy national security adviser Ben RHODES- says Iran will not acquire a nuclear weapon.]
(State College: Armen Keteyian) The storm still swirling around the sexual abuse allegations at Penn State University featured; details given about the various investigations into charges coach Jerry Sandusky abused boys from 1994 on and about civil lawsuits in the works; scenes shown from yesterday's football game including a moment of silence. [CBS college football columnist Bruce FELDMANN- says Penn State will be reliving this for years.] [New Penn State president Rodney ERICKSON- promises to be transparent in the investigations.] [Interim head coach Tom BRADLEY- comments on the game experience.] [Assistant coach Jay PATERNO - mentions his father.]
(Tokyo: Lucy Craft) The visit by reporters to the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant featured; scenes shown of the journalists inside a bus wearing protective suits and of the damages from the tsunami and earthquake last March; details given about the radiation hazards across Japan, where cleanup will take decades.
(Kabul, Afghanistan: Seth Doane) The prison in the Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan for prisoners of war featured; scenes and photos shown of the prison/detention facility; details given about Mohammed's story and of plans to expand the facilities. [Human Rights First attorney Daphne EVIATAR- says Bagram is worse than Guantanamo; the prisons have no rights.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - cites the dilemma for US forces in dealing with prisoners.]
(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) 63-year-old Carolyn Hopkins, the woman behind the voice at the world's airports and other travel locations, profiled. [Two PEOPLE - praise the soothing voice.] [HOPKINS - says people need a friendly voice; lists the two words she has trouble saying.]