This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Jim Axelrod) The forecast for an early snowstorm featured; scenes shown of a snow plow in Washington, DC, snow in Worcester, Massachusetts; October snowfall records cited. [Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Nick MARTINO- says we’re preparing for a Nor’easter.] [Worcester WOMAN – says it’s too early for this.] [AccuWeather.com meteorologist Bernie RAYNO- says the weather doesn’t follow the calendar.]
(New York: Michelle Miller) The growing list of problems for the Occupy Wall Street movement featured; scenes shown of the encampment in New York City, arrests in Nashville and San Diego, New York City firefighters confiscating generators; details given about preparations for the coming cold weather. [WOMAN – comments.] [Protestor Jeff SMITH – says the cold weather will help us find out who’s actually serious about this movement.] [Protestor Ellis ROBERTS- comments on the sleeping bag rule.] [Coffee shop owner Stacey TZORTZATOS- notes the drop in business since the protest began.]
(Washington: Chip Reid) The unconventional campaign of Herman Cain examined; scenes shown from the campaign trail; campaign ad shown. [CAIN – talks taxes; says stupid people are running America.] [October 19, CAIN – states his view on abortion.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Dallas: Bob Schieffer) Cain’s rise in the polls and whether he can last discussed.
(Los Angeles: John Blackstone) The trial of Dr. Conrad Murray for his role in the death of Michael Jackson updated; scenes shown from the courtroom of anesthesiologist Dr. Paul White testifying for the defense. [WHITE - comments on Jackson’s self-administered doses of propofol and Lorazepam.] [Yesterday, addiction specialist Robert WALDMAN- says he used large doses of Demerol.]
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The difficulty for the unemployed to find a new job after their credit rating is ruined featured; map shown of states restricting the use of credit checks to screen job applicants. [Former business owner Mark MANZO- reacts to not being considered for a position due to information on his credit report.] [California assemblyman Tony MENDOZA- says a credit score is not indicative of trustworthiness or work ethic.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Manzo’s new strategy that got him a job mentioned.
(Dauphin Borough, Pennsylvania: Steve Hartman) The mystery surrounding the Statue of Liberty replica that was erected 25 years ago in the Susquehanna River near Dauphin Borough, Pennsylvania featured; footage and photos shown; details given about how the town raised money for a new replica after the original was taken down by wind. [4 PEOPLE – comment.] [Statue builder Gene STILP- says it was going to be the 100th anniversary.] [Stilp’s ACCOMPLICES – recall their deed.]