This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The background to and fallout from the sudden resignation of CIA director Gen. David Petraeus due to an extramarital affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell featured; details given about the FBI investigation into e-mails that led to the scandal and why he resigned. [NBC analyst retired Col. Jack JACOBS- comments on the FBI investigation.] [In a speech, BROADWELL - speaks about her access to Petraeus.] [Representative Peter KING - suggests there was no criminal activity.] [National security expert David IGNATIUS- cites his early problems at the CIA.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; White House: Kristen Welker) How and when the White House learned about the Petraeus affair reviewed; timeline outlined on screen; details given about successor long-time CIA staffer Michael Morell, who will handle the Libya hearings.
(Miami: Karry Sanders) The vote count problems in Florida examined; details given about Governor Rick Scott's decision on early voting. [Election night, President OBAMA - speaks.] [CNBC's John HARWOOD- assesses the Florida vote.] [Two Florida VOTERS - comment.]
(Toms River, New Jersey: Michelle Franzen) The slow recovery in the Northeast from the superstorm featured; scenes shown from Toms River and Seaside Heights, New Jersey, and Long Island, where power is still out and volunteers at work in New York City. [Seaside RESIDENT, Toms River police Chief Mike MASTRONARDY, homeowner Bill DUGGIE, Long Beach Island RESIDENT, New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE, Long Island RESIDENT - comment on the situation.] Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano's coming return visit to the area noted.
(New York: Amin Navaz) The support for recovering Pakistano girl Malala, who was shot by the Taliban for supporting the education of girls, featured; scenes shown of honoring crowds around the world and from Pakistan. [Women's charity coordinator Hania AKTHAR- comments on Malala.] [U.N. special envoy for global education Gordon BROWN- says we need change.] Video of Malala in the hospital in Britain shown. [Her FATHER - gives her reaction to the world's interest.]
(London: Michelle Kosinski) The BBC sex scandal in Britain reviewed; details given about the resignation of BBC inspector general George Entwistle due to the investigation that started with sex allegations against Jimmy Savile, the late BBC presenter and a segment about sex abuse charges against a political figure that led to an apology. [ENTWISTLE- says he is stepping down.] ["The Independent" Owen JONES- comments.]
(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) The animal rescue effort after the superstorm Sandy in the Northeast featured; scenes shown from the New York Aquarium on Coney Island that lost power and a New Jersey aquarium. [New York Aquarium director Jon FORREST DOHLIN- outlines the loss of power problems and the health of Mitik, the walrus.] [Jenkinson's Aquarium director Cindy CLAUS- describes what happened.]
(Springfield, Illinois: Kevin Tibbles) The lessons from President Abraham Lincoln examined in light of the film Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln;" film clips shown. [At the museum, teacher Jackie GOMBERT, parent Susan DAVIS, three STUDENTS; SPIELBERG - talk about Lincoln lessons.] [Historian Michael BESCHLOSS- talks about Lincoln's genius.]