This program is 29 minutes long
(Hempstead, New York: Jan Crawford) Romney’s increased support from women voters and his focus for the debate featured; poll findings cited.
(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Hempstead, New York: Nancy Cordes) The high stakes for Obama featured; details given about his preparations.
(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley, John Dickerson) What to watch for in the debate discussed.
(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) The early voting, the viewership for the first debate and CBS coverage of tonight’s debate noted.
(New York: Anthony Mason) A report showing Americans are struggling less with debt examined; details given about the declining consumer credit default rates; rate drops cited. [Credit card user Sherry MAFFIA- comments on paying off her debt.] [Greencrest Capital economist Max WOLFF- says it is a healing sign.]
(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) Rising confidence among home builders reported.
(San Francisco: Bill Whitaker) Stevens’ diplomatic work reviewed. [U.N. diplomat Peter BARTU- talks about Stevens’ personality; says he was widely regarded; comments on the political debate over security at the consulate.]
(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s statement that she takes responsibility for the security failure in Benghazi noted. [CLINTON – talks about the review and about Stevens.]
(New Orleans: Mark Strassmann) The views of President Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Social Security examined; worker to retiree ratio in 1945 and 2033 compared; details given about Romney’s proposed increase in the eligibility age and Obama’s consideration of limiting cost-of-living increases. [Business owner John ALTOBELLO- comments.] [For “60 Minutes,” ROMNEY – says people with higher incomes won't get the same high growth rate.] [OBAMA – says we are not going to turn Social Security over to Wall Street.]
(Birmingham, England: Charlie D’Agata) Malala’s condition updated; photos shown of the wounded girl.