This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Anthony Mason) Clark's television career reviewed; scenes and photos shown from "American Bandstand"; details given about his role on and behind the camera on several other shows. [CLARK - comments on his age.] [In 1958, with Edward R. Murrow, CLARK - talks about the parents of the kids.] [KISS member Paul STANLEY, former "Rolling Stone' writer Fred GOODWIN‡- praise Clark.]
(White House: Norah O'Donnell) The leaving of three Secret Service members due to the scandal featured; scenes shown from a hotel in Cartagena where a woman had a dispute over money with an agent; details given about the investigation of the remaining agents. [Former Secret Service director Brian STAFFORD- comments on agents being briefed against using prostitutes.]
(Washington: Bob Schieffer) The close race as indicated by the poll numbers discussed; the split on women voters' support cited.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The controversy over "Los Angeles Times" photographs taken two years ago of American soldiers in Afghanistan posing with body parts of dead insurgents examined; sample photos shown; details given about the investigation and of other incidents of US soldiers being disrespectful to bodies or Islam. [Secretary of Defense Leon PANETTA - says we asked the photos not be published; states war is ugly, but....]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The reasons for the newspaper's decision to publish the photos quoted.
(Las Vegas: Lee Cowan) The medical research at the Cleveland Clinic on brain damage to boxers examined with an interview with ex-boxer Leon Spinks; details given of the brain trauma study. [SPINKS - says he does not have brain damage.] [Wife Brenda SPINKS- wonders.] [Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Brain Research Center Dr. Charles BERNICK- says 20 percent of boxers will develop brain complications.] [20-year-old Boxer Jessie MEGDALENO- reacts to the study.]
(Dayton, Ohio: Nancy Cordes) A visit with four of the Doolittle Raiders, who flew from aircraft carriers to bomb cities in Japan in 1942, presented; war footage shown. [Doolittle Raiders Edward SAYLOR††, Richard COLE††, Tom GRIFFIN††, David THATCHER††- recall what they did in the flights to and from Japan.]