This program is 29 minutes long
(The Villages, Florida: Chip Reid) The political argument by Republican vice presidential candidate Representative Paul Ryan about his Medicare plan featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail in Florida. [RYAN - says the plan does not affect those near retirement; states we will win this debate.] [Voter David MILLS- says Medicare is going bankrupt.] [In Virginia, Vice President Joe BIDEN - campaigns on Medicare.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) President Obama's campaigning in New Hampshire and Mitt Romney in Massachusetts shown. [In Windham, OBAMA - campaigns on Medicare reform.]
(London: Kelly Cobiella) The prison sentence for Russian punk rockers Pussy Riot for criticizing President Vladimir Putin in the main Russian Orthodox cathedral reviewed; scenes shown of worldwide protests demanding the women be freed and of the band's video.
(New York: Terrell Brown) The plight of immigrants from Central America who flee political and criminal violence in their home countries examined. [Illegal Salvadoran IMMIGRANT - says the smugglers killed others in the desert; hopes she can stay in the US.] [Kids in Need of Defense's Wendy YOUNG- says these children need services.]
(Washington: Margaret Brennan) The benefits of the heat for fruit crops featured; scenes shown from the peach orchards in Maryland and the vineyards. [Orchard co-owner Bobby BLACK - talks peaches.] [University of Maryland agronomist Dave MYERS- talks about peach flavor.] [Virginia winemaker Jordan HARRIS - predicts a best vintage year.]
(Elkhart, Indiana: Sharyl Attkisson) The fate of a Norwegian Think City electric car plant set up in Elkhart, Indiana, with the help of stimulus funds examined; scenes shown from the empty plant; details given about the Think Global company's bankruptcy. [August 5, 2009, President OBAMA - announces 2.4 billion in grants.] [Elkhart development's Dorinda HEIDEN-GUSS- comments on the electric car market.]
(Montana: Ben Tracy) The melting glaciers at Glacier National Park featured; scenes shown from the Grinell Glacier and across the Montana park. [Park guide Corrie HOLLOWAY- calls it sad.] [US Geological Survey Dan FAGRE-talks about the changes in glaciers, snowpacks and snow feeds; states the park will be changed by climate change.]