This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Bob Orr) The background of Miriam Carey, who was killed by Washington, DC police after a car chase leading to the Capitol, featured; details given about her delusions and postpartum depression; scenes shown from her Stamford, Connecticut apartment. [Carey’s friend Donald KNOWLES, sister Amy CAREY, former boss Brian EVANS- comment on Miriam.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The status of Carey’s child noted.
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The political bickering over Obamacare featured; scenes shown of Senators Mitch McConnell & Rand Paul talking strategy. [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER, Senators Harry REID – criticize each other’s party.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) CBS News poll findings cited.
(Cashiers, North Carolina: Mark Strassmann) The reaction of voters in Cashiers, North Carolina, whose Congressman, Representative Mark Meadows, supports the shutdown featured. [Realtor Jane EBBERTS, retiree Vic GALEF, Chamber of Commerce president Ken FERNANDEZ- offer views.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Colorado Springs: Anna Werner) The reaction of voters in Colorado Springs, whose Congressman, Representative Doug Lamborn, supports the shutdown featured; scenes shown of furloughed workers protesting outside Fort Carson. [Furloughed employees Chris GRAHAM, Carol TIPTON- offer views.]
(Frisco, Colorado: Dave Aguilera) The impact of the snow in Colorado following last month’s catastrophic flood reviewed; scenes shown of I-70.
(Assisi, Italy: Mark Phillips) The visit by Pope Francis to Assisi, Italy, the birthplace of St. Francis, reviewed; scenes shown; details given about his efforts to reform the Catholic Church. [Vatican writer Marco POLITI- notes Francis’s role in a sort of revolution within the Church.] The sinking off the island of Lampedusa of a boat overloaded with poor African migrants trying to reach Europe recalled.
(Studio: John Miller) The latest developments in the motorcycle road rage attack in New York City reviewed; details given about the 911 calls from the couple in the car and the role of biker Robert Simms, who turned himself in.
(Tulsa: Steve Hartman) The CFS-2 debt collection company in Tulsa, Oklahoma, owned by Bill Bartmann, who hires people with customer care experience to help debtors get back on their feet through government assistance, housing and resume writing, featured. [Nurse Lori FACTOR- comments.] [BARTMANN – says he is doing 2 times better than his competitors by being nicer.] Bartmann’s nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize noted.