This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Aleppo province, Syria: Charlie D'Agata) The view from the village of Tal Rifaat featured; night and morning scenes from the village with the fighters shown.
(New York: Ines Ferea) The story of the long-term unemployed examined. [Job seeker Camilla HSIUNG- says there are no jobs for her; explains how she manages.] [University of Maryland economics professor Peter MORICI- says real unemployment is 15 percent.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Jobs lost and jobs created over the last four years cited. [In interview, CBS Money Watch editor Jack OTTER- offers a perspective on jobs; states the economic problem is lack of demand.]
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The back-to-school sales season examined; National Retail Federation spending statistics cited. [Two SHOPPERS - comment.] [National Federation of Retailers Ellen DAVIS- cites the fact more children are going to school.] [American Research Group Britt BEEMER- cites what parents are telling the kids of cutbacks.]
(Beijing: Barry Petersen) The flooding in North Korea after a summer of crop failures featured; details given about the recent famine and about leader Kim Jong Un and the propaganda machine. [Former Secretary of State Christopher HILL - talks about the totalitarian dictatorship and why China supports the regime.]
(Los Angeles: Brian Rooney) The surprise funding for the 70 California state parks that were slated to be closed featured; scenes shown; details given about the hidden money and one family's fund-raising efforts. [Park staffer Carolyn SCHOFF, parent and daughter April BLANCHARD-HUNT and Dakota HUNT - talk about the parks.]
(London: Mark Phillips) The outcome at the Olympic Games this Super Saturday reviewed; scenes and photos shown of swimmer Michael Phelps, other American swimmers and South African amputee runner Oscar Pistorius. [PHELPS - comments.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) The image of the full moon below the Olympic rings on the Tower Bridge shown.