This program is 38 minutes long
(Larimer County, Colorado: Lane Lyon) The expanding Colorado and New Mexico wildfires featured; scenes shown of fire in the mountains, evacuees, smoke, fire retardant, firefighters and New Mexico flames. [EVACUEE, Governor John HICKENLOOPER- react to the fires.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor; studio: Jeff Berardelli) The rain forecast for the week discussed; weather maps shown.
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The reaction to the 125 billion dollar bailout of the banks in Spain featured; details given about the high unemployment in Spain and the soccer championship in Poland. [Moody's Analytics economist Mark ZANDI- says Spain had a bigger housing boom and bust than in the US and needs help.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The public appearance for former Representative Gabrielle Giffords at a campaign event in Arizona where former aide Ron Barber, who was also wounded in the Tucson attack, is running for her seat in a special election featured; scenes shown of Barber and opponent Jesse Kelly and of TV ads. [KELLY - campaigns against President Obama.] [BARBER - says it is about Arizona.] [University of Arizona professor Barbara NORRANDER- assesses the election.]
(Washington: Whit Johnson) The re-energizing of the opposition to labor unions after the historic Wisconsin recall election featured; details given about the San Diego and Wisconsin vote to downsize benefits like pensions. [Indiana Governor Mitch DANIELS- speaks against unions.] [On "Face the Nation," AFL-CIO president Richard TRUMKA - talks about mobilizing after Wisconsin.]
(Houston: Ben Tracy) The problem of small businesses being unable to provide health care for employees examined; scenes shown from Texas, which has a high number of uninsured workers; details given about a subsidized pilot insurance program in the state. [Auto repair shop owner Don McCURDY - cites the practical reality of business.] [Texas Academy of Family Physicians CEO Tom BANNING - talks about the cost of the uninsured; says the insurers set the price.] [CMC AutoCare owner Cheryl McCURDY- says insurance saved Don's life.]
(New York: Tony Guida) The role of reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in bringing down President Richard Nixon after Watergate examined; details given about the 1972 break-in at Democratic party headquarters in Washington, DC. [On "Face the Nation," BERNSTEIN, WOODWARD - say the Nixon White House became a criminal enterprise.] [NIXON - denies it.] The audiotape exchange between Nixon and John Dean played and excerpts from the CBS News special report on Wayergate by Walter Cronkite shown.