This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) President Obama's efforts to sell his plan to create jobs featured; scenes shown from Wisconsin; details given about his proposals for spending on transportation projects and how there can be no quick economic fix. [OBAMA - says he will keep fighting to turn the economy around.] A statement in opposition from Republican Representative John Boehner quoted. [OBAMA - says Republicans just say "no."] [Moody's economy.com economist Mark ZANDI- analyzes the Obama proposals.]
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) The Republican eagerness to debate Obama especially on taxes and how Democrats are close to giving up on some incumbents in Congress with three examples cited discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Summit, Illinois: Chris Bury) The plight of those long out of work examined; scenes shown of one family; details given about average time to find it took to find a job in 1976, 1983, 1994 and 2010. [Project manager Beverly WYTRACK- says she has applied for 300-400 jobs in a year, but you can't give up.] [Mesirow Financial economist Diane SWONK- talks about cost, anxiety and recovery.]
(Kabul: Martha Raddatz) The backlash in the Muslim world against plans to burn the Koran in the US reviewed; scenes shown of protests in Kabul against Florida pastor Terry Jones's plans to burn it. A statement from US Central Command Gen. David Petraeus opposing a burn quoted. [Retired vice chief of staff of the Army Gen. Jack KEANE- says this is insulting to our soldiers and their commitment.] [Dove World Outreach Center pastor Terry JONES- says we are revealing the violence of Islam.]
(Studio: Linsey Davis) The removal from Craigslist in the US of adult services links to be replaced by "censored" updated; details given about how the same services are still onsite in a different category "Casual Encounters." [Illinois attorney general Lisa MADIGAN- worries about the ads' migration.] [FAIR Fund director Andrea POWELL- comments on the meaning of what happened.]
(London: Miguel Marquez) The scandal in Britain over a hack attack that led to stories in the "News of the World" about the royal family and celebrities examined; details given about a "New York Times" story on newspaper employees hacking into phones. [On BBC Radio, former "News of the World" reporter Sean HOARE- talks about the culture of intimidation; states he was requested to hack into phones.] [July 2009, former "News of the World" editor Andy COULSON- opposes phone hacking.] [In Parliament, Labour Party MP Dennis SKINNER- asks the prime minister to remove Coulson from his government job.]
(New York: Jeremy Hubbard) The story of a nurse named Wanda and her patient Victor Peraza presented; scenes shown from a New York hospital; details given about a family breakup in 1969. [On "Good Morning America," nurse Wanda RODRIGUEZ- recounts what happened when she recognized the patient's name as her father'a.] Victor's terminal cancer noted.