This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Andrea Mitchell) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech at the U.N., where he illustrated how close Iran is to building a nuclear weapon, reviewed; scenes shown of him with a bomb diagram; details given about the tension between President Obama and Netanyahu. [NETANYAHU – says a red line should be drawn right here.] [Earlier at the U.N., OBAMA – says America wants to resolve this issue through diplomacy.] [Israeli Ambassador to the US Michael OREN- says Netanyahu was showing the world the point at which we may no longer be able to stop Iran.] [Presidential candidate Mitt ROMNEY – says Obama has thrown allies like Israel under the bus.] [On “60 Minutes,” OBAMA – says if Romney is suggesting we start another war he should say so.] The difference between American intelligence and Israel’s view discussed.
(Washington: Chuck Todd) The campaigning in Virginia by President Obama and Mitt Romney reviewed; Obama campaign ad shown; statistics on early voting in swing states cited; details given about how Virginia may be the new political bellwether. [In Virginia Beach, OBAMA – says it’s time for a new economic patriotism.] [At the American Legion, ROMNEY – warns about the impact of defense cuts.] [Senator Mark WARNER- says Virginians are less partisan.]
(Baltimore: Stephanie Gosk) A tentative deal to end the NFL referee lockout after the replacement referees made a bad call Monday night featured; scenes shown from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore; details given about the salary and pension agreements. [FANS – react.] [NFL Commissioner Roger GOODELL- says this is the right thing to do.] [NBCSports.com Mike FLORIO- says the officials were in a position to drive a hard bargain with the NFL.] [WKNR’s Greg BRINDA- says the officials should get a standing ovation.]
(Austin, Texas: Rehema Ellis) The UTeach program that recruits technology majors to be math and science teachers featured; map shown of UTeach locations. [University of Texas students Terry LAMB, John POUNDS- comment.] [National Math and Science Initiative Tom LUCE- comments on the difficulty in getting a job.] [UTeach co-founder Michael MARDER- says the jobs in the future are in science and math.] [UTeach graduate Kyle KENDRICK- says if teachers aren’t passionate the students see that.] [STUDENT – reacts to Kendrick.]
(No location given: Natalie Morales) The rape problem in the military examined; details given about the sex scandal at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. [Rape victim Darchelle MITCHELL- says this wasn’t the intended sacrifice she was willing to make.] [Secretary of Defense Leon PANETTA – says there is a power game that reflects what’s happening in society in general.]
(Miami: Kerry Sanders) The effort of baseball fan Matt Liston to get one more time at bat for Adam Greenberg, whose career with the Chicago Cubs was ended when he got hit in the head on his first time at bat, featured; scenes shown of the 2005 game where Greenberg was hit; details given about the One At Bat campaign that resulted in Greenberg getting a one-day contract with the Miami Marlins. [GREENBERG – says it was the happiest moment of his life masked with the absolute worst thing.] [LISTON – says he’s the only one to have his career end on the first pitch.]