This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The widening investigation in the scandal surrounding resigned CIA director Gen.David Petraeus to include Gen. John Allen, who is the commander winding down the war in Afghanistan, examined; details given of the investigation of the e-mails to Jill Kelley, who has received anonymous e-mails traced to Paula Broadwell, who had the affair with Petraeus and of Kelley's multiple "routine" e-mails to Allen and his wife. [Former Army vice chief of staff retired Gen. Peter CHIARELLI- says it weighs on them both; states Allen did nothing inappropriate.] The troops' reaction to the Petraeus scandal noted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Studio: Brian Ross) Socialite Kelley's relationship with two generals examined; photos of Kelley, her twin sister, husband and Petraeus shown; details given about the Kelleys' lawsuits and financial problems. ["Tampa Bay" magazine publisher Aaron FODIMAN- characterizes Kelley.] [Jill's brother David KHAWAM- talks about his sister and family.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" noted.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The ABC news interview held with Representative Paul Ryan, who ran for vice president with Mitt Romney; "Saturday Night Live" skit shown. [RYAN - reacts to losing the election; speaks about the Romney campaign that ran on ideas; comments on the Wisconsin vote that went Democratic, why President Obama does not have a mandate, how divided government did not work too well, so both parties have to talk; opposes raising tax rates; wants to be a champion of ideas.] The issue of Ryan running in 2016 discussed.
(Los Angeles: David Wright) How golfer Charlie Beljan won despite an anxiety attack on the golf course featured; scenes shown from the Florida golf course; details given about the symptoms of panic disorders and treatment. [BELJAN - says he thought he was having a heart attack; states he was fighting for his career.] [UH Case Medical Center Dr. Jeffrey JANATA- says the symptoms are like a heart attack.]
(Pacific Coast Highway: Nick Watt) The growing tide of baby boomers riding three-wheel motorcycles featured; scenes shown of bikes and riders. [Triker Lawrence Dean HASKELL, GUYS - comment on riding.]