This program is 29 minutes long
(Cairo: Clarissa Ward) The massacre in Cairo by Egyptian police against the demonstrators for ousted President Mohamed Morsi featured; scenes shown of dead bodies in the morgue and the crowd. [Morsi SUPPORTER, DOCTOR, victim's BROTHER - comment on the situation.]
(Pyongyang: North Korea: Seth Doane) The 60th anniversary of the armistice in North Korea featured; scenes shown of the parade of troops in Pyongyang, leader Kim Jong Un, the enthusiastic crowd cheering Kim. [Former CIA analyst Bob CARLIN - cites North Korea's sober message; says Kim is trying to establish himself as leader of the people.] Kim's current focus on the economy noted.
(White House: Major Garrett) President Obama's re-emphasis on the economic recovery while the Republicans push for deficit reduction reported.
(Studio: Don Dahler) The political scandals surrounding San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, New York City comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer and NYC mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, who has continued "sexting," examined. [FILNER - says his focus will be on doing right for the city.]. [Retired school principal Peg BRUNDA‡- questions Weiner.] [Former political adviser Bob SHRUM††- says some politicians feel invulnerable.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI - calls them clueless.]
(New York: Terrell Brown) The move by Congress to eliminate Saturday letter delivery examined; details given about the sale of post offices, the reduction of staff and more cuts. [Representative Darrell ISSA - says costs need to be trimmed.] [Postmaster General Patrick DONAHOO - talks about the need for changes.] [Postal union official Chuck ZLATKIN- criticizes the bill.]
(Washington: Jeff Pegues) The statue in Triangle, Virginia, commemorating war horse Sgt. Reckless, who hauled supplies for US Marines on the front lines in Korea, featured; scenes shown of the statue. [Retired Sgt. Harold WHATLEY, veteran Mike MASON, Robin HUTTON - remember Reckless.]