This program is 29 minutes long
(Athens: Clarissa Ward) The victory by the center right party in the Greek elections examined; scenes shown from Athens; details given of concerns a left win would throw out Greece's future in the euro zone and plans for a coalition government quickly. [New Democracy leader Antonis SAMARAS- says this is a victory for Europe.] [Two VOTERS - explain their votes.]
(Los Cabos, Mexico: Norah O'Donnell) The hopes for the G20 summit in Mexico previewed; details given of concerns a lack of action could slow the US economic growth.
(Cairo: Allen Pizzey) The runoff election in Egypt between Ahmed Shafiq, who served under former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, featured; scenes shown from Cairo; details given about the role of the military and comments from voters about the choices. [VOTER, protester Ahmed FOUAD- comment on Egypt's future.]
(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) King's troubled life reviewed; scenes and photos of the March 1991 beating shown; details given about his legal settlement, his arrests, alcohol abuse. [Rialto police Capt. Randy DEANDA- says it was a drowning.] [KING - asks can we all get along.] [KING - talks about forgiving.]
(Washington: Sharyl Attkisson) The problems for electric car battery maker A123 Systems examined; details given about President Obama's stimulus package for green energy that led to millions for A123, layoffs, the battery failure leading to a recall and net losses. [In 2010, OBAMA - congratulates A123.] [A123 worker Annette HERRERA, CEO David VIEAU- talk about the job.] [Wunderlich Securities Inc. Theodore O'NEILL- talks about the technology and A123's financial problems.]
(London: Charlie D'Agata) Singing friar Alessandro Brustenghi, who got a record deal, profiled; scenes shown of him singing a capella. [BRUSTENGHI - talks about his singing, Michael Jackson and the moment.]