This program is 28 minutes long
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The impact of home foreclosure in California featured; scenes shown from Los Angeles of people in line at an event to save their threatened homes with the help of a non-profit agency; Realty Trac statistics cited. [Homeowners Shirley McCOY, Cole CAMERON, Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America Bruce MARKS- talk about the housing situation.]
(Norfolk: Sam Champion) The torrential rains along the East coast from the remnants of Tropical Storm Nicole featured; scenes from the highway in eastern North Carolina, Wilmington and Norfolk and weather map shown.
(White House: Jake Tapper) The changes at President Obama's White House with chief of staff Rahm Emanuel leaving to run for mayor of Chicago featured; "Saturday Night Live" skit and many Emanuel photos shown. [May 9, 2009, OBAMA - jokes about Rahm.] [January 27, EMANUEL - says he will stay through 2010.] [April 19, EMANUEL - says he always wanted to run for mayor.] [Former Reagan White House chief of staff Ken DUBERSTEIN- comments on the legislative victories.]
(New York: Jim Hoffer) A recent near miss at the JFK Airport in New York City reviewed; scenes and diagram shown from the runway with an exchange between the controllers and the AeroGal pilot, who turned his plane into the path of a JetBlue plane starting to take off, played. [Air traffic controller Steve ABRAHAM- recounts what happened in a routine operation.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The incident at Rutgers University in which student Dharun Ravi used a Web camera to spy on his roommate Tyler Clementi having sex with a male student featured; Clementi Web postings reviewed; details given about what Ravi and Molly Wei can be charged with. [Ravi's friend Michael ZHUANG- calls Ravi open-minded.] [Campus Pride director Shane WINDMEYER- calls for non-discrimination policies at colleges.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) YouTube videos from Dan Savage's project It Gets Better to help those being bullied for their sexual orientation shown.
(New York: John Berman) Curtis's movie career reviewed; film clips and photos shown.
(Milwaukee: Bill Weir) A look from a motorcycle at the economy of the city of Milwaukee featured; scenes shown from the reporter's old neighborhood, house and school and across the city; details given about efforts to create new businesses. [Sheriff david COOKE - talks about the Rust Belt.] [Bradley Tech senior Eric LAVENDER, Harley-Davidson president Matt LEVATICH, student Cecilia CRUZ- comment on the city.]