This program is 29 minutes long
(Vandalia, Ohio: David Muir) The Romney campaign featured; scenes shown of Romney with former President Bill Clinton and campaigning with vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan in Ohio. [ROMNEY - jokes about Clinton.] [RYAN. ROMNEY - talk about a "choice."] [ROMNEY - criticizes Obama on taxes.] Electoral map and Obama's attack ad shown. The tax issue a few days before the debate mentioned.
(White House: Jake Tapper) President Obama's address at the U.N. that focused on US Ambassdor to Libya Chris Stevens, who died on September 11, 2012, in the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, featured; details given about Iran's quest for a nuclear weapon. [OBAMA - speaks about Stevens and our future; opposes mindless violence; defends freedom of speech; calls for marginalizing those who hate; comments on Iran.] Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's meeting with 20 world leaders in place of Obama meeting with them noted.
(New York: Dan Harris) The bad call at a Green Bay Packers-Seattle Seahawks pro football game by replacement referees examined; scenes shown of the play ruled a touchdown for Seattle; details given about the background of the ref who made the end zone call. [ANNOUNCER, Packers COACH, player Aaron Rodgers - complain.] A statement from President Obama quoted. [Vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - calls for the real refs.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Live discussion held with "Pardon the Interruption" co-host Michael Wilbon about the football call. [WILBON - calls the call "shameful"; notes the player safety issues.]
(O'Hare International Airport, Chicago: Alex Perez) Two near-collisions at the Chicago airport featured; virtual view of the airport runway shown with a statement from Express Jet's captain outlined on screen; details given about seven serious near-collisions last year. [DePaul University Joe SCHWIETERMAN- praises the pilots.]
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) The :"Real Money" issue of bank appraisals of homes for sale examined; details given about the "secret ways' appraisers size up a home; before-&-after scenes shown from Hackettstown, New Jersey, of one house being updated for a new appraisal. [Homeowner Jessica DORES- comments on trying to sell their home.] [Real estate expert Barbara CORCORAN- comments on what low appraisals mean for banks.]
(Detroit: Jim Avila) The car of the future featured; scenes shown of a Transportation Department and a GM test drive; details given about how the cars work to drive themselves. [Cadillac marketing vice president Don BUTLER- says the vehicle will be able to take complete control.] [GM project manager Eric RAPHAEL- comments on car capabilities.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The extra price for this model car on the future cited.