This program is 28 minutes long
(Jerusalem: Alex Marquardt) The storming of the American embassy in Cairo, Egypt, featured; scenes shown of the flag being pulled down by protesters furious about an American-made movie insulting Muhammad; statement from Pastor Terry Jones about the movie quoted.
(Las Vegas: David Muir) The criticism of Romney from within the Republican Party examined; radio host Laura Ingraham and Donald Trump quoting radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh quoted; details given about tax cut issues. [In Nevada, ROMNEY - speaks about regaining trust.] [ABC's George WILL - criticizes the Republican Party.] [In interview, vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - responds to tax questions.]
(Chicago: Alex Perez) The fight over teacher evaluations based on standardized test scores examined; scenes shown of the picket line and from a charter school in session. [Mayor Rahm EMANUEL - says it is about raising teacher quality.] [Uno Schools, charter org., CEO Juan RANGEL- explains why charter schools are better.] [Charter school teacher Jamie BLUMENTHAL- says our jobs are not protected.]
(New York: Richard Besser) The findings of a big new study on whether fish oil pills help heart health examined; details given from the study on fish oil supplements versus eating fish. [Yale school of medicine Dr. Harlan KRUMHOLZ- says there is a lack of evidence.] The questions about supplements whose health claims do not have to be tested discussed.
(New York: Josh Elliott) The story of Aimee Copeland, who lost her limbs to a rare flesh-eating bacteria, updated; scenes shown of her on "Katie"; details given about her accident, infection and multiple surgeries. [In interview, COPELAND - says she does feel like a miracle; talks about the relearning processes.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Josh Elliott) What is next for Copeland discussed.
(Somerville, Massachusetts: Elisabeth Leamy) A look at the shrinking products in the grocery stores presented; scenes shown from the stores of selected products that have gotten smaller; details given about how "new and improved' means smaller and just as expensive. [Young shopper Jared GOODMAN- talks about down-sized items.]