This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jake Tapper) The criticism of President Obama by his supporters at an NBC town hall featured; scenes shown from CNBC of the audience complaining about the American dream. [OBAMA - says we are moving in the right direction; states the recession is still very real for many.] Qunnipiac Poll figures on the view the US is now in a recession cited. [On NBC, former Secretary of State Colin POWELL; on CBS, former President Bill CLINTON - offer views on Obama.] What Obama said about the Tea Party movement noted.
(Capitol Hill: Jonathan Karl) The campaign of Christine O'Donnell, the Republican Senate nominee from Delaware, featured. [October 29, 1999, O'DONNELL - speaks about a satanic altar.] [O'DONNELL - says she was in high school then.] [Republican strategist Karl ROVE- raises questions.] [Three Delaware VOTERS - says they don't care about what she did 20 years ago.] A college paper by O'Donnell's opponent Chris Coons quoted.
(Herriman, Utah: Clayton Sandell) A wildfire in Utah that started at a National Guard firing range featured; scenes shown of the flames. [Residents Jackie and Robert BURNS- react.] [Salt Lake County sheriff's office Jim WINDER- comments.] Map of recent wildfires in the West shown. [BLM meteorologist Rick OCHOA- talks about the weather conditions in the West.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The controversy over genetically altered salmon as food featured; scenes shown of protests and the bigger altered fish; details given of the questions raised about altered fish by opponents. [Food and Water Watch assistant director Patty LOVERA- explains why this is a big deal.] [AcquBounty CEO Ron STOTISH, FDA center for veterinary medicine Kathleen JONES- say the fish is the same.] The problems caused by the release of seeds from genetically altered canola plants that are bred to be weed resistant noted.
(Studio: Richard Besser) The investigation into product recalls by Johnson and Johnson presented; details given about problems with Motrin tablets that did not dissolve properly that led to a secret mission to buy up the faulty Motrin and from the evidence on Johnson and Johnson instructions to buy it up in a phantom recall and what the FDA knew. [Motrin buyer Lynn WALTHER - explains the purchase process.] [At hearings, former Johnson and Johnson chairman Colleen GOGGINS- says there was no intent to mislead.] [Representative Darrell ISSA - says neither Johnson and Johnson or the FDA are off the hook.] The investigation of this secret recall noted and discussed.
(Memphis, Tennessee: Steve Osunsami) The corporate response to the letters from Sherwood High School students to captains of industry featured; scenes shown from the inner city school in Memphis, Tennessee. [Letter writers, Isaac RAMIREZ, Triston GILLON- react.] [Turner Construction Co. president/CEO Peter DAVOREN- comments on reading the student letter.]