This program is 29 minutes long
(Singer Island, Florida: Jim Cantore) The forecast for the monster storm featured; maps/diagrams shown of the projected path and model scenarios.
(Defiance, Ohio: Peter Alexander) The campaigning in the final days before the election updated; scenes shown of Romney in Defiance, Ohio and avoiding questions about Senate candidate Richard Mourdock’s remarks about rape and abortion; memo from Romney’s campaign, statement about Mourdock from Senator John McCain and Obama’s remarks in a “Rolling Stone” interview quoted; details given about the Ohio law on counting provisional ballots. [ROMNEY – campaigns.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s endorsement of Obama reported. [POWELL – announces his support for Obama.] Obama’s day on the campaign trail reviewed; scenes shown from a rally in Richmond, Virginia. [In interview on Air Force One, OBAMA – talks about Powell; says attempts to redefine rape make no sense and you don’t want male politicians making decisions about women’s health care issues; states the money being spent on his and Romney’s campaigns is ridiculous.] Obama shown voting early in Chicago.
(London: Keir Simmons) The child sex abuse scandal in Britain involving popular BBC TV host Jimmy Savile, who died last year, examined; television clips shown; details given about how the scandal and possible cover-up by BBC was uncovered by a rival network. [Victim Dee COLES- says we were made to do sexual acts.] [British Prime Minister David CAMERON – says the allegations are appalling.] [BBC news anchor Jeremy PAXMAN- says normally we report the news rather than being the news.] [Former BBC director-general Mark THOMPSON- says he will help with the inquiries.]
(Washington: Tom Costello) A “Consumer Reports” investigation into caffeine levels in energy drinks examined; details given about the death of Anais Fournier after drinking 2 Monster drinks; Monster statement quoted. [“Consumer Reports” deputy health editor Gayle WILLIAMS- says it’s important for people to understand what they’re buying and drinking.] [Anais’ mother Wendy CROSSLAND- talks about Anais.] [Georgetown University Hospital chief of cardiology Dr. Allen TAYLOR- notes the connection to body weight.]
(Boston: Chris Jansing) The North Bennett Street School in Boston, Massachusetts, where students learn Old World techniques featured; scenes shown of students learning trades including bookbinding, piano tuning, and making violins, furniture and jewelry. [School president Miguel GOMEZ-IBANEZ- comments on the students looking for a new start.] [Students Erica VALE, Annette Sophie LIPPERT, Ryan STULL- comment on moving from careers in finance, architecture and nursing.]