This program is 28 minutes long
(Cairo: Allen Pizzey) The trial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak featured; scenes shown from the Cairo court where he was sentenced on several charges, the chaos in the room and outside. [Revolution MEMBER - reacts to the verdict.] What the protesters wanted about the security officers discussed
(Milwaukee: Dean Reynolds) The recall election of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker examined; scenes shown of protests after he eliminated collective bargaining; details given about Walker's policies. [Service Employees International Union Meldoy EVANS-HAILEY- says the union is the people.] [Tea Party Express spokeswoman Amy KREMER- talks about making bold decisions.] [Mayor Tom BARRETT- comments.]
(Washington: Whit Johnson) Union spending and power in the presidential election campaign examined; details given about Super PAC spending by conservative groups. [Center for Responsive Politics Bob BIERSACK, NEA political director Karen WHITE - comment on union support.]
(Washington: Sharyl Attkisson) The electric car industry and government money examined; details given about the government loan to build the Karma, its battery system and abput other troubled companies. [January 2011, President OBAMA - wants a million electric vehicles on the road by 2015.] The 2012 car projections listed. [Electric vehicle industry analyst Craig CARLSON- says the forecast was unrealistic.] [Energy Department David SANDALOW- comments on the president's goals and how the industry is exploding around the world.]
(Tokyo: Lucy Craft) The Skytree Tower in Japan featured; scenes shown from outside and inside the Tokyo skyscraper that survived the powerful earthquake last year and of various memorabilia about this item of national pride.
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The celebrations in Britain for Queen Elizabeth's diamond jubilee featured; scenes shown of the festivities at the Epsom derby and a kind of national block party across the nation. [BRITON - comments on jubilee fever.]