This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Tom Costello) President Obama's appointment of Elizabeth Warren to start the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau featured; details given about the responsibilities of the new agency. [From “Capitalism: A Love Story,” WARREN – comments on the bank bailout.] [From “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” WARREN – criticizes banks.] [Consumer Bankers Assn. president Richard HUNT- comments on Warren’s new role.] [CNBC’s Steve LIESMAN- worries the regulations will be too onerous.] [OBAMA – says consumers will have a powerful watchdog.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Earlier interview held with Warren about her new position. [From Washington, WARREN – explains the move to avoid a contentious fight by taking this position rather than directing the new agency; says her dream is the 2-page credit card agreement; describes what she would do to fix the economy.]
(Venice, Louisiana: Anne Thompson) BP’s preparations to permanently seal its damaged oil well in the Gulf of Mexico featured; details given about concerns of Louisiana shrimpers and charter boat captains as the Vessels of Opportunity program ends.
(Detroit: Kevin Tibbles) The debate in Detroit over Mayor Dave Bing’s plan to remake the city featured; scenes shown from town hall meetings and run-down neighborhoods; details given about the decrease in population. [BING – says he sees things that are unbearable; says we have to build from the ground up again.] [“Michigan Citizen” managing editor Zenobia JEFFRIES- wonders what the city will look like and who will own it.] [80-year-old resident James KEY- says he has hopelessness.]
(Denver: Lee Cowan) The story of toddler Gore Otteson, who was revived after his heart stopped for nearly an hour when he fell into cold water, presented; 911 call played; details given about the decision to keep his body cold and slowly raise his temperature. [Parents Amy and Dave OTTESON, GRANDFATHER – recall what happened.]
(Rochester, New York: Jeff Rossen) The Future Boxing after-school program for kids in Rochester, New York run by Phil Greene featured; scenes shown. [2 KIDS, Lavisas WILLIAMS– explain why they’re here.] [GREENE – says this program is about strengthening their bodies and minds; explains why the kids relate to him.]