This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Tomorrow's segment previewed.
(Studio: Dan Harris) The good economic news that raised the stock values examined; details given about the effort to stabilize Europe, the positive jobs report and China's cuts in interest rates. [Mesirow Financial economist Diane SWONK- talks about Europe and the repercussions for the US and new jobs.] A graph of the stock market's roller coaster ride shown.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The support for Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain after the allegations of an affair examined; Cain TV ad shown. [CAIN - comments on support.] [On "Good Morning America," affair accuser Ginger WHITE - says she received gifts from Cain.] [In Ohio, CAIN - campaigns against character assassination.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The debate over levels of arsenic in apple juice examined; scenes shown of Dr. Mehmet Oz making the case for arsenic; details given of the "Consumer Reports"' testing of fruit juices. [SHOPPER - comments on kids and juice.] [Juice Products Assn. Dr. Gail CHARNLEY- says arsenic is a natural element in food.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) An earlier discussion of arsenic and the impact on children presented. [ABC's Richard BESSER, OZ - offer updated views on the issue of juice and arsenic.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The hearing on whether John Hinckley, the man who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan, should have more freedom featured; courtroom sketches shown; details given about his visit with his mother where he read books about assassination with his diary quoted. [ABC News consultant Brad GARRETT- comments on Hinckley's obsession.]
(Dallas and Studio: Davis Muir) The viewer challenge to buy gifts made in America presented; holiday spending statistics cited; scenes shown from Dallas and elsewhere of families agreeing to buy American-made goods.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, David Muir) The viewer response discussed.