This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Linsey Davis) The future for the United States Postal Service, which could go bankrupt, examined; financial statistics cited; details given about the volume of junk mail, possible changes in service and impending service cuts. [United States Postal Service Joe CORBETT- says changes have to be made in this huge industry.] [Customer Laurine THOMAS- comments.] [Senator Tom CARPER- says the government has to back off.]
(South Korea: Jake Tapper) Three trade talk failures for the president at the international summit examined; details given about his failure to get South Korea to open its import market, to convince China to change policies on currency and to get the leaders to user stronger language about currency manipulation. [OBAMA - says the US is attracting some dissent because we are initiating ideas; states Chinese currency is intentionally undervalued.]
(London: Jim Sciutto) Word of the imminent release of Myanmar's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has long been under house arrest, featured; scenes shown from 2007 of the monks' uprising and the crackdown; details given of the long rule of the country by military leaders. [NLD leader Try Han Thar MYINT- says we are excited.] [Burma Campaign UK Zoya PHAN- says she represents freedom for Burma.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) ABC News investigation into charges from businessmen that the Better Business Bureau is running a shakedown racket by selling "A" grades examined; examples of business ratings cited. [Chef Wolfgang PUCK - complains.] [Connecticut attorney general Richard BLUMENTHAL- calls the BBB rating system bad.] [Council of Better Business Bureaus president Steve COX- defends the rating system.]
(Phoenix: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the BBB investigation on "20/20" noted.
(New York: Chris Cuomo) An investigation of for-profit schools presented; scenes shown of an undercover felon talking with recruiters at Remington College about enrolling in the criminal justice program. [In shadow, former Remington College professor Larry STEWART- says ex-criminals were in his criminal justice class.]
(Datang, China: David Muir) A look at a sock factory in China featured; scenes shown from inside the plant.
(Beijing: Clarissa Ward) A look at Chinese students learning English at an early age presented; scenes shown of five-year-olds learning English phrases.