This program is 28 minutes long
(State College: Jim Avila) The new portrait of the Penn State University football coach, Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of abusing young boys and the resignation of the president of the charity Second Mile reviewed; details given about the failures at Penn State, Second Mile and the police that allowed the molestation to continue and the ties of the judge in the case to the charity. [In 1999, for ESPN, SANDUSKY - says he will focus on helping young kids at second Mile.] [In 1997, coach Joe PATERNO - backs Sandusky.] [Former Second Mile participant Thomas DAY- likens Sandusky to a god.] ["Patriot-News" reporter Sara GANIM- comments on the victims.]
(Studio: Richard Besser) A report on the University of Louisville study on the use of stem cells to repair the heart examined; details given about how the treatment works using stem cells to grow heart muscle in the body. [Heart patient Mike JONES - comments on his activities now after his body heals itself.] [University of Louisville Dr. Roberto BOLLI- comments on the cardiology treatment.] The prospects for this incredible study about repairing a broken heart discussed.
(White House: Jake Tapper) News that the Supreme Court will hear a case on President Obama's health care in March law examined; details given about the political debate over Obamacare, about the constitutionality of the "individual mandate" part of the law and the state level opposition to it. [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - opposes Obamacare.] [August 15, OBAMA - promotes health insurance.]
(New York: John Berman) The weight of the campaign on Cain following the sexual harassment allegations examined. [In Milwaukee, CAIN - speaks haltingly about Libya.] [Former boyfriend of Cain accuse Sharon Bialek, Victor ZUCKERMAN- reads a statement about what she said about Cain.] [In Fox interview, Cain FAMILY - responds.]
(London: Nick Watt) The announcement that the queen of England will rent out rooms in the royal palace next summer for the Olympic Games featured; scenes shown from inside the historic St. James Palace. [Former press secretary for Queen Elizabeth Dickie ARBITER- talks about the frugal queen; asserts no guests will move into Buckingham Palace.] [Palace supt. Brian ANDREWS- comments.]