This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The reaction to the market's bull run featured; details given about the rise in three key bank stocks; scenes shown of the Dow/10,000 2.0 hat. [UBS Financial Services Art CASHIN, Moody's economy.com economist Mark ZANDI, investor Scott SCHEAFFER, Mogavero Lee & Co. Doreen MOGAVERO- react to the market's recovery.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Live discussion held with financial planner Jill Schlesinger & Mason about the market. [SCHLESINGER - says investors are hoping stocks still go up; comments on the problems for those near retiring.] [MASON - cites the divide on the streets over the market's mood.]
(New York: Jim Axelrod) The great divide in the economy featured; statistics on declining pay levels, Wall Street executive salaries/compensation & unemployment cited. [American Airlines pilot Capt. Sam MAYER, Columbia University law school John COFFEE, compensation expert Graef CRYSTAL- offer views on the economy, the unverified myths, bank bonuses.]
(Studio: Katie Couric, Jon LaPook) What the government is saying about the vaccination program & the shortage of the regular flu vaccine due to demand discussed.
(Washington: Lara Logan) The status of fragile freedoms for women in Afghanistan after the Taliban featured; scenes shown of women all over, including prison, a victim of an acid attack; details given about the risks of violence & high maternal mortality rates due to barriers to medical treatment. [Former Afghan minister of women's affairs Dr. Massouda JALAL- recalls past restrictions on women; comments on women's rights.]
(Angeles National Forest, California: Sandra Hughes) Questions about the tragic Station wildfire that killed two firefighters examined; details given about the Forest Service underestimated the fire & reduced the number of firefighters & aerial assault to save money; scenes shown from the Angeles National Forest where homes burned. [September 3, fire victims Cindy PAIN, Julius GOFF- say there was no fire support while the canyon burned.] [Agriculture Secretary Tom VILSACK- promises a review.]
(Capitol Hill: Nancy Cordes) The campaign by Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz to promote awareness about breast cancer featured; cancer statistics cited. [WASSERMAN SCHULTZ - talks about her own cancer surgeries; reacts to the response to her telling her cancer story.] [October 7, WASSERMAN SCHULTZ - speaks out about breast cancer.]