This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) This latest jobs report examined; statistics cited. [Crestron CEO George FELDSTEIN- says the sky is not falling.] [Economist Ellen ZENTNER- says there is a sense that we’re almost there and it doesn’t quite happen.] [Crestron vice president Randy KLEIN- worries about the impact of the presidential election.] The drop in the price of oil noted.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The number of Americans who stopped looking for work cited; graph of Americans in the workforce since 1981 shown.
(Greene, Rhode Island: Elaine Quijano) The struggle for Rhode Island residents to find work featured; statistics on manufacturing jobs lost cited. [Unemployed Gilda PAUL- comments on being laid off after her plant moved production to China and India and Mexico; talks about the possibility of moving to another state.]
(Pentagon: David Martin) An apparent deal over blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng, who wants to come to the US, featured; scenes shown of police outside the hospital where Chen is undergoing medical tests. [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON – says we are encouraged by the statement issued by the Chinese government confirming he can apply to travel abroad.] [US Ambassador to China Gary LOCKE- comments on the operation to smuggle Chen into the embassy.] [Chen’s friend Jerome COHEN- says Chen knows that Chinese who come to the US have a poor track record of interesting Americans in what’s happening in China.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Earlier discussion held with Sky News correspondent Holly Williams about Chen’s story. [From Beijing, WILLIAMS – says Chen has managed to push human rights to the top of the agenda; states the average Chinese has heard very little about this case; notes Locke was criticized by a Beijing newspaper.]
(Philadelphia: Seth Doane) The investigation into claims of sexual abuse by priests reviewed; scenes shown of a protest. [Archbishop Charles CHAPUT††- comments on the decisions.] [Parishioner Susan MATTHEWS‡- says we need real change in how child sex abuse is handled by church leadership; says Philadelphia Catholics are calling into question their faith.]
(Paris: Mark Phillips) The uphill battle for French President Nicolas Sarkozy in his campaign for re-election against Francois Hollande featured; scenes shown from a debate and of rallies; details given of their views on the economy and the importance of the far-right National Front vote. [Parisian Ruben ELMALEH- says Sarkozy was living like a star.]
(Glouster, Ohio: Steve Hartman) Glouster, Ohio resident Jim Cotter’s decision to paint all the buildings in his town to ease his sadness after his wife died featured; scenes shown from Glouster and volunteers painting and fixing buildings. [COTTER – says it keeps him from missing her more; says a little paint changes people’s hearts.] [Restaurant owner Bonny SHIFFLET- reacts to her newly painted business.] [VOLUNTEER – comments.]