This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The new problems with the website reviewed; details given about Zients’ background in business management and about the software glitches. [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY – comments on Zients’ expertise.] [Highmark Insurance CEO William WINKENWERDER- worries people will lose confidence in the system.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Acknowledgement from Delaware resident Janice Baker that it took her 7 hours over 11 days to enroll in health care reported.
(Foley, Alabama: Chip Reid) Tea Party Republicans’ battle for the direction of the party in Alabama’s 1st Congressional district featured; details given about the race between Dean Young & Bradley Byrne and the divide over the government shutdown; campaign ad shown. [YOUNG – says it’s the Tea Party against the establishment.] [BYRNE – says Young’s approach is bad for the Party and for our area.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Poll findings on President Obama’s job performance cited.
(No location given: Charlie Rose) Interview held with billionaire investor Warren Buffett about the standoff in Congress over the budget. [BUFFETT – says it is unconscionable.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley, Anthony Mason) The latest jobs report and the response of the Federal Reserve Board discussed; statistics cited.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Stock Market Report
(San Francisco: Ben Tracy) The competition among tablet makers featured; scenes shown of Apple CEO Tim Cook introducing the new iPad and of the new products from Microsoft & Nokia; projected tablet shipments cited; graph illustrating the market share for iPad & Android tablets and ad for Microsoft’s Surface shown. [CNET’s Tim STEVENS – says the future of these companies relies on success of the tablet industry.] [Business owner Alex MATTHEWS- notes the cost savings from using iPads rather than cash registers.]
(Sparks, Nevada: John Blackstone) The fatal shooting of middle school teacher Mike Landsberry in Sparks, Nevada by a 12-year-old student updated; scenes shown of the memorial at the school. [Deputy police chief Tom MILLER – comments.] [Student Michael ANDUJA– describes what Landsberry did.]
(Larissa, Greece: Holly Williams) The mystery over Maria, a little blond girl found living with Gypsies in Greece, featured; scenes shown from the Roma community where she was found; details given about the explanation that Maria was informally adopted. [Charity worker Panagiotis PARDALIS- comments on Maria.]
(Fukushima, Japan: Seth Doane) The cleanup operations reviewed; scenes shown of bags filled with radioactive soil, workers at the site; details given about corruption and the uncertainty of evacuees about when they’ll be able to return.
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) Plans to renovate the Capitol dome reviewed; scenes shown of the cracks; artist rendering of the scaffolding shown; details given about the construction of the Capitol; historical photos shown.