This program is 28 minutes long
(State College, Pennsylvania: Peter Alexander) The investigations into the child sexual abuse scandal at Penn State University by coach Jerry Sandusky examined; scenes shown from a church service and from outside coach Joe Paterno's home; details given about the pensions for Sandusky and ousted vice president Gary Schultz. [Governor Tom CORBETT - comments on the case; says Mike McQueary should have done more and there may be more victims.] [Calvary Midtown Church pastor Stacy SUBLETT, student Kelly CASSIDY- comments.]
(Los Angeles; Miguel Almaguer) The unrest in Portland, Oregon, over the ousting of the occupy movement by police and in other cities featured; scenes shown of the faceoffs with police in Portland, Salt Lake City, Denver and Oakland. [Portland PROTESTER, Oakland PROTESTER - complain.] [Salt Lake City police Chief Chris BURBANK- comments on the sanitation.]
(Washington: Mike Viqueira) The ups and downs of the Republicans examined; scenes shown from the debate of the candidates speaking on various foreign policy issues; details given about Herman Cain and sexual harassment charges. [Texas Governor Rick PERRY - jokes about the Energy Department.] NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll figures cited. [Cain accuser Sharon BIALEK - comments on Cain's behavior.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Honolulu: Chuck Todd) The status of Cain and Perry after their recent storms, the options for challengers to Mitt Romney and what President Obama hopes to do on his international trip to focus on trade with Asian countries discussed.
(Rome: Richard Engel) The ouster of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi due to the economic crisis featured; scenes shown of new Prime Minister Mario Monti, who will form a new government to deal with the emergency situation and of cheering crowds; details given of Berlusconi's promise of a comeback. ["Corriere Della Sera" political columnist Massimo FRANCO†- comments on impressions of Italy.]
(Studio: Robert Bazell) A study on a link between sugary drinks and the risk of heart disease in women examined; details given about the study process and findings. [University of Oklahoma health sciences center Christina SHAY- comments on the associations found in the study on women's metabolism.] A statement from the American Beverage Assn. quoted.
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The trend toward college classes after midnight featured; scenes shown from a community college in Springfield, Missouri; details given about college costs. [Ozarks Tech math instructor Julie PAXTON, Chancellor Hal HIGHDON, students Craig WILLIAMS, Christine ASH, Steve McDANIEL- comment on the late classes.]