This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: David Muir) The mystery flight of a helium-filled homemade experimental balloon after it broke its tether in Ft. Collins, Colorado, with a boy, Falcon Heene, possibly on board featured; scenes & photo shown of the flight & landing with no one on board. [Neighbor Bob LICKO- comments.] The family's penchant for adventure noted; video shown. The eventual discovery of the boy hiding in the house mentioned.
(Studio: Betsy Stark) The widening gulf between the fortunes of Wall Street versus Main Street due to the foreclosure crisis linked to employment examined; details given about the home affordable modification system, which is based on unemployment. [Home foreclosed, Paul IMPERIALE- comments on his problems & the program.] ["Inside Mortgage Finance" publisher Guy CECALA- cites the foreclosure per day.] [Congressional oversight panel chairman Elizabeth WARREN- talks about the problem.]
(Islamabad: Nick Schifrin) This worst day of terrorism attacks in Pakistan reviewed; scenes shown from the sites of strikes by militants across the country; details given about the strengthening of the militants: the Taliban, militants in the heartland & Al Qaeda members, who all train in Waziristan. [International Crisis Group Pakistan director Samina AHMED- comments on the terrorism of the population.] [Multan city police chief Saud AZIZ- says this is the nexis of the ideologies.]
(Capitol Hill: Lisa Stark) A look at the gender gap in health insurance examined; scenes shown from Congressional hearings; details given about a gender gap in coverage. [Health care consumer Peggy ROBERTSON- says her insurer denied her due to a C-section unless she got sterilized.] [Senator Barbara MIKULSKI - opposes coerced sterilization.] Statement from Golden Rule, Robertson's insurance company, quoted. [[Health care consumer Amanda BUCHANAN- says insurers should not decide on if you have children.] [America's Health Insurance Plans Karen IGNAGNI- says this needs to change.]
(Washington: Elisabeth Leamy) The impact on 100,000 home of defective drywall made in China featured; scenes shown; details given of symptoms reported by homeowners, the high cost of replacing the drywall & the reaction of home insurers. [Homeowner James IVORY- comments on damages.] [Insurance Information Inst. Michael BARRY- offers an analogy.] [Plaintiffs' attorney David DURKEE- worries people will lose insurance.]
(No location given: Dan Harris) How 10-year-old Kyle Forbes, who is autistic, saved art teacher Sheri Lowe when she choked featured; scenes shown from the classroom of the boy demonstrating what he did. [LOWE - describe what happened when the boy used the Heimlich maneuver.] [FORBES - talks about being a superhero & saving a life.]