This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Jim Axelrod) The rise of poverty in the suburbs examined; data from the Brookings Institution and the US Census Bureau cited; photos shown from poor neighborhoods; map shown. [Brookings Institution Elizabeth KNEEBONE- describes the shift in the demographic profile.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Upcoming story previewed.
(Athens: Allen Pizzey) The chaos in Greece after Prime Minister George Papandreou cancelled a referendum on a bailout deal with Europe to save his country from bankruptcy examined; scenes shown of riots in the streets; details given about the rumor that Papandreou will step down in exchange for a vote of confidence. [Greek parliament member Athanassios ALEVRAS- says Greece came very close to disaster.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Cannes, France: Norah O’Donnell) President Obama’s message to G20 leaders that it is time to come together to solve the European debt crisis featured; details given about the pressure on Greece from France and Germany. [OBAMA – speaks about global growth.]
(Washington: Bob Orr) A report naming China and Russia as the top cyber thieves stealing American economic secrets examined; details given about the hacking of servers at the Pentagon, the theft of corporate secrets and the Chinese attack on Google. [Former counterintelligence official Joel BRENNER- says the attacks happen around the clock.] The concern of US intelligence about the vulnerability of the electric power grid discussed.
(Greensboro, North Carolina: Byron Pitts) The story of the Struble family of Greensboro, North Carolina, who went from middle class to below the poverty line after Todd lost his job, presented. [Diane STRUBLE – reads her letter to the newspaper.] [STRUBLES – describe their financial situation.] [Son Ben STRUBLE – recalls eating soup for 2 weeks.]
(Havertown, Pennsylvania: Anthony Mason) The effort by the National Holocaust Memorial Museum to find out what happened to child survivors by posting their pictures on its website featured. [Remember Me project director Lisa YAVNAI- says most of them were in hiding during the war and put in homes after the war.] [Survivor Albert REINGEWIRTZ- explains he didn’t want to be adopted because he was waiting for his parents; recalls his mother being taken away; reacts to finding out what happened to his parents; says it is his duty to speak.]