This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The Boy Scouts sex scandal examined; details given about the evidence from 1965 to 1985 about pedophilia not reported to police with some specific stories not prosecuted outlined on screen. [Attorney for abuse victim Kelly CLARK, "Scout's Honor" author Patrick BOYLE, former Boy Scout Matt STEWART, Boy Scouts president Wayne PERRY- speak out on the story.] How the cases are too old to prosecute discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) The presidential election campaign after the second debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney with the focus on reaching women voters featured; TV ad on Roe v. Wade shown. [On "The View," Ann ROMNEY - jokes about her husband; states she is pro-life and her husband is a "pro-life person"; comments on women's choices.] [In New Hampshire, OBAMA - speaks on equal pay for women.] How both presidential candidate are in New York tonight for the Al Smith dinner discussed.
(White House: Jake Tapper) The Secret Service sex scandal involving the soliciting of prostitutes re-examined; scenes shown of the initial media coverage; details given from a confidential Inspector General's report about prior soliciting of prostitutes by agents in Colombia and other countries and the agency refusal to cooperate in the investigation. [Before Congress, on May 23, Secret Service director Mark SULLIVAN- testifies about agent behavior.] [Senator Ron JOHNSON - comments on the charges that put national security at risk.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the Chicago story on "Nightline" and on "World News" previewed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A statement from Clinton about the "Marie Claire" quotes attributed to her noted.
(Boston: Darren Rovell) The great pumpkin craze egged on by Starbucks and other products examined; pumpkin products shown. [Dunkin' Donuts chef Stan FRANKENTHALER†- talks about "pumkinocity"; shows pumpkin products.] [Technomic Inc. David HENKES†- talks about the pumpkin marketing.]