This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Elaine Quijano) The extreme storm in the East and Midwest that has knocked out power reviewed; scenes shown of a tornado in Breezy Point, New York and rain in New York City at the US Open tennis tournament. [Witnesses Kaitlin WALSH, Nowata County, Oklahoma, undersheriff Doug SONENBERG- describe what happened when the weather hit.]
(Kissimmee, Florida: Nancy Cordes) The campaigning by the presidential candidates in the swing states featured; Romney campaign ads on the economy shown; details given about the coming debates. [In Florida, President OBAMA - denies the nation is in decline.] [In Iowa this week, vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - cites the trillions in debt.] [Mitt ROMNEY - speaks about rights from God.] [In Ohio, Vice President Joe BIDEN - criticizes the Republican Congress.]
(Kabul: Kitty Logan) The suicide attack in a secure area of Kabul and who may be responsible, including the Haqqani network, reviewed; scenes shown of damages.
(Studio: Sharyl Attkisson) The examination of defense spending by Senator Tom Coburn examined; examples cited of projects the Pentagon spends on, including research and development programs. [COBURN - talks about defense needs without the "ridiculousness."] [Secretary of Defense Leon PANETTA - cites the fiscal imperatives for a leaner armed force.]
(Washington: Terrell Brown) The lobster business in New England created by Dan and Kyle Murdoch featured; scenes shown from a Maine seafood processing company with 25 employees. [Dan, nephew Kyle, mother Winnie MURDOCH - talk about the lobster market.]
(New York: Anthony Mason) The delay in the opening of the 9/11 museum in New York City due to a dispute examined; scenes shown from Ground Zero and of artifacts to be in the museum. [Museum director Alice GREENWALD- says the memorial is incomplete without the museum because of a construction dispute.] [Museum curator Jan RAMIREZ- shows some items.] [From space on 9/11/01,astronaut Frank CULBERTSON- says the folks are recovering and struggling.] [Port Authority of New York and New Jersey vice chairman Scott RECHLER- worries about the museum's finances.] [Victim's husband Charles WOLF- says we are disgusted with the museum not opening.]
(New York: Tony Guida) The story of the Army's Ryan McIntosh, who is a ballboy at the US Open tennis tournament, presented; details given about what happened to Ryan on December 8, 2010, when he was wounded on patrol in the war in Afghanistan; scenes shown of McIntosh on the job and with player Andy Roddick. [McINTOSH - recounts stepping on a land mine and his rapid recovery.]