This program is 29 minutes long
(Chevy Chase, Maryland: Tom Costello) The impact of this enormous storm reviewed; scenes shown of the flooding, a bus collision near Washington, an overturned car in North Carolina. [Montgomery County, Maryland Fire and Rescue Assistant Chief Scott GRAHAM- describes the injuries from the bus crash.] [Myrtle Beach, South Carolina RESIDENT, delayed air traveler Lynn KASPAREK– comment.] [The Weather Channel's Julie MARTIN; in Bound Brook, New Jersey, NBC’s Mara SCHIAVOCAMPO- comment on the record rainfall.]
(Washington: Kelly O’Donnell) The voter anger being channeled by candidates before the midterm elections featured; scenes shown of the confrontation between New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino and a reporter, the rant from Stark County, Ohio candidate Phil Davison, and Representative Anthony Weiner shouting. [Maine gubernatorial candidate Paul LePAGE- tells President Obama to go to hell.] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE- says people who yell and scream are dividing this country.] [“National Journal” Ron BROWNSTEIN- says when voters want to make a statement they will cross a lot of hurdles.] [California gubernatorial candidate Meg WHITMAN- responds to attorney Gloria Allred’s claim that she employed an illegal immigrant.] [ALLRED – reacts.]
(Kabul: John Yang) Tension between the US and Pakistan after Pakistan blocked a supply route into Afghanistan in retaliation for a helicopter strike that killed Pakistani troops featured; scenes shown of trucks backed up in the Khyber Pass; cell phone video of Pakistani soldiers killing civilians shown. [International Security Assistance Force spokesman Brig. Gen. Josef BLOTZ- says the helicopter acted in self defense.] [Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman MALIK- wonders about the role of the West.]
(New Brunswick, New Jersey: Mike Taibbi) The incident at Rutgers University in which Tyler Clementi killed himself after a video of his sexual encounter with another man was posted online by Dharun Ravi and Molly Wei featured; Clementi’s Facebook posting quoted; statistics on harassment and assaults on gay students cited; photos shown of other teens who recently committed suicide; excerpt from columnist Dan Savage's It Gets Better video shown. [Columbia University Department of Psychiatry Dr. Jeffrey LIEBERMAN- notes how technology has amplified this cyber gay-bashing.] [Victim Asher Brown’s father David TRUONG- says his life was ended because of intolerance and hate.] [Via Skype, SAVAGE – says he wants gay kids to know they can have a happy, fulfilling life.] The Project Civility effort launched at Rutgers noted.
(Cupertino, California: Kristen Welker) The grass roots campaign by parents in Cupertino, California to prevent teacher layoffs featured; details given about the effort in Union City. [Teacher Susan KITSON, parents Joi Yung POON, Norelle TAVROW- comment on the impending layoffs.] [Union City parent Deanna LOCKIAN- says the grass roots approach was compelling.] [POON – says we need to elect officials that will advocate for education.]
(Los Angeles: George Lewis) Curtis's life and movie career reviewed; film clips and photos shown. [Film critic Leonard MALTIN- says he turned out to be a really good actor.] [CURTIS – comments on his addictions.]