This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: T.J. Winick) The videotaped phone conversations of the wife of Bernie Fine, the Syracuse University assistant basketball coach accused of sexual abuse by former ball boy Bobby Davis, featured; audio excerpts from the conversation between wife Laurie Fine and Davis played; details given about what head coach Jim Boeheim might have known and when he knew it.
(Studio: David Muir; Syracuse: Mark Schwarz) The background to past allegations against Fine, the school's internal investigation and the current investigations discussed.
(New York: Bazi Kanani) The record holiday spending examined; sales statistics cited. [On the street, SHOPPER; NDP Group industry analyst Marshal COHEN - comment on purchasing and spending.]
(Studio: David Muir, Trish Regan) The question of whether this shopping will continue through the holiday season and stock market concerns with Europe's economic instability discussed.
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The weather system that could cause flight and highway delays discussed; map shown.
(Washington: David Kerley) The anger in Pakistan over the death of border post soldiers from an errant NATO air strike examined; scenes of protests, map and diagrams of the strike shown; details given of the closing of US supply routes to Afghanistan. [Former State Department analyst Marvin WEINBAUM- says the US-Pakistan relationship has hit a new low and we need Pakistan for success in Afghanistan.] [ISAF joint command commander Lt. Gen. Curtis SCAPARROTTI- talks about Pakistani collaboration with insurgents.]
(No location given: Clayton Sandall) The investigation in Ohio of crimes linked to a Craigslist invitation for work on a cattle ranch examined; details given of where the bodies of David Pauley and Timothy Kern were found and arrests in the case. [Craigslist ad responder Ron SANSON, Noble County sheriff Stephen HANNUM, Richard's mother Carol BEASLEY, ad responder Heather TUTTLE- comment on the case.]
(St.Martin: Ryan Owens) The tourist draw on the Caribbean island of St. Martin of low-flying jets over the beach featured; scenes shown of aviation enthusiasts and the incoming planes.