This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Jim Avila) The electrical fire incident on the plane reviewed; flight track shown. [Voice of Ann's press secretary Sarah HALEY - describes what happened on the plane.]
(No location given: Jonathan Karl) Mitt Romney's release of two more tax returns in which he paid more in taxes than he had to and his health records examined; tax statistics on his investments and deductions cited. [In July, ROMNEY - comments on his tax rate.] [Before the booing AARP crowd, vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - calls for the repeal of Obamacare.]
(Studio: David Muir) The campaign coverage on "This Week" noted.
(Miami, Florida: Matt Gutman) The staggering sales of the new Apple phone reviewed; sales statistics cited; scenes and photos shown of iFans in line around the world and of thefts of Apple products; details given of problems with the phone's maps.
(New York: David Muir, Bianna Golodryga) The Apple stock price, the impact of the phone sales on the GDP and which components are made in the US discussed.
(Studio: Brian Ross) ABC News investigation into the money from small donors to the presidential election campaign that did not go to the Republican National Committee or Democratic National Committee examined; scenes shown of the copycat Website run from a house in a small town in Massachusetts by Donald Pelletier, an Internet sleight-of- hand guy and other scam sites run by a Super PAC. [Republican political consultant Peter PASI- calls it a scam.] [Republican DONOR - reacts.] The political efforts to shut down the look-a-like Websites noted.
(Paris: Jeffrey Kofman) The camera lens capabilities of the equipment used to snap topless photos of Britain's Kate Middleton examined; photos of the area where the pictures were taken using a telephoto lens and the "Closer" magazine office shown; details given about the French law on picture taking. [Photographer Pascal ROSTAIN- says he's a journalist; defends the pictures.]