This program is 29 minutes long
(Centennial, Colorado: Anna Werner) The revelation that Colorado mass shooting suspect James Holmes was under the care of psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton† featured; details given about the package Holmes sent to Fenton; statement from Holmes’s attorney quoted; scenes shown from funerals for victims, including A.J. Boik††, and relatives of victim Alex Sullivan at a memorial near the shooting site. [University of Colorado at Denver Barry SHUR†- comments on the monitoring of students by mental health specialists.] [Boik’s friend Tia ANTHONY††- comments.] Fenton’s research on schizophrenia discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The condition of the wounded updated.
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) The slow growth of the economy examined; details given about weak consumer spending; scenes shown from a New York job fair; statistics on jobs created, jobs lost and findings of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll on the economy cited. [Economist Diane SWONK- notes the high risk of a second recession.] [Job seeker Richard BURGHARD- comments on his job search.] [Arlington Heights, Illinois resident Dawn BOMBICINO- says you learn how to cut back.] The rise in the stock market and the impact of Europe’s debt crisis discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: Bob Schieffer) The race between Obama and Republican Mitt Romney discussed; details given about remarks made by Romney about the London Olympics and the impact of the dismal economic numbers on Obama’s chances for re-election.
(London: Mark Phillips) The opening of the London Olympics reviewed; scenes shown of the bell breaking while Britain's sports minister Jeremy Hunt was ringing it, US presidential candidate Mitt Romney walking to a meeting due to a taxi driver protest, First Lady Michelle Obama playing tug of war, the Olympic flame on a speedboat; Tweet from Romney’s son Tagg quoted. [OBAMA – says the United Kingdom knows what they’re doing.]
(Chattanooga, Tennessee: Steve Hartman) Chattanooga radio host Luther Masingill, who has been on the air at the same station for 72 years, featured; details given about his lost and found pet announcements and his induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame. [MASSINGILL – jokes about his long career; says radio is for accomplishing something.] [Dog OWNER – comment.] [Co-worker James HOWARD- recalls Luther helping find his dog when he was 9.]