This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The stunning loss for the bank featured; statement from CEO Jamie Dimon quoted. Whether any other banks may be in trouble and the fact that these types of investments got the world in trouble in 2008 discussed.
(Studio: Jon LaPook) The FDA’s consideration of approving the drug Truvada to prevent HIV/AIDS featured. [University of California at San Francisco Dr. Robert GRANT- says we are in an era when we can foresee the end of the AIDS epidemic.] [Study participant Scott OWENS- says it’s not a death sentence any more.] [Montefiore Medical Center Healthcare Foundation Dr. Rodney WRIGHT- says if someone believes they’re protected they’re more likely to behave more riskily.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Statistics on AIDS deaths since 1981 cited.
(Washington: Jan Crawford) Charges that presidential candidate Mitt Romney bullied fellow student John Lauber in high school examined; scenes shown from the prestigious Cranbrook School; statement from former classmate Phillip Maxwell about an assault quoted. [ROMNEY - says he doesn’t remember that incident; admits he did stupid things in high school.] [May 1, wife Ann ROMNEY – says there’s a wild and crazy man inside there.] The impact on Romney’s campaign discussed.
(White House: Norah O’Donnell) The effect on President Obama’s re-election campaign of his coming out in support of gay marriage examined; details given about campaign donations and the original plan to make the announcement next week; web video contrasting his view with that of rival Mitt Romney shown; e-mail from Obama’s finance director Rufus Gifford† quoted. [Incoming Human Rights Campaign president Chad GRIFFIN††- says he encouraged friends and colleagues to support this president even more.] Vice President Joe Biden’s apology to Obama for his earlier remarks noted.
(Orlando: Mark Strassmann) The call for the indefinite suspension of the FAMU band following the revelation that 60 members were ineligible featured; photos shown of the defendants charged in Champion’s death; details given about charges against Aaron Golson for a separate hazing attack. [In November 2011, WHITE – says he has suspicions about alumni participating in hazing.] [Mother Pam CHAMPION- says they need to get rid of the filth that’s there.]
(Marks, Mississippi: Byron Pitts) Quitman County High School Principal Carl Palmer’s goal to teach kids how to break the cycle of poverty featured; details given about the economic situation in Marks, Mississippi. [PALMER – says he wants to see the students excel; says the black community has become complacent; states kids have to have the “in spite of” theory.] [Student Jamarkus WATSON- says Palmer is an inspiration.]