This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The resignation of JPMorgan executive Ina Drew following the financial loss examined; details given about JPMorgan's expenditure on lobbying to water down new bank regulations. [On NBC, CEO Jamie DIMON - says too much risk was taken.] [Derivatives expert Michael GREENBERGER††- gives a baseball analogy about the bank; comments on Dimon's role in undoing Dodd-Frank.] The financial status of JPMorgan and how it may be too big to manage discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The financial markets reform law noted.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) The tight job market for college graduates examined; three sets of statistics on job offers by college degree cited. [College grad Jihan FORBES- talks about her job hunt and her low income.]
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The impact of the budget troubles in California examined; statistics on college tuition cited; details given about new state cuts from the governor, who also wants higher taxes. [College student Inabel SOTO- comments.] [Governor Jerry BROWN - comments on the budget: a day of reckoning; asks for advice from reporters.] The prospects of the people voting for a tax increase discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Map of states with budget shortfalls shown.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The deaths of police officers reviewed; photo shown of Virginia Tech patrolman Derek Krause, who was killed last year; details given about last year and recent killings. [Los Angeles police Chief Charlie BECK - comments on attacks on police officers and desperate gang members.] Statistics on the police deaths in 2011 cited.
(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The goal of a test to detect Alzheimer's disease examined; diagrams and images shown. [Georgetown University Medical Center Dr. Raymond TURNER talks about screening for Alzheimer's; notes the problem of finding volunteers for the imaging study.] [79-year-old Marian MYLES- explains why she is being tested.]
(New York: Chip Reid) The flight of space shuttles on top of jumbo 747s examined; scenes shown of the flights and how the shuttle is lowered into place on the 747. [At the Intrepid Museum, NASA contractor Ray ZINK††- reacts to the flights.] [Pilot Jeff MOULTRIE††- recounts the flight experience with the shuttle on board.]