This program is 29 minutes long
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The big squeeze from airlines on passenger baggage and extra fees examined; scenes shown from the Atlanta airport; financial statistics by US airline companies cited. [Farecompare.com co-founder Rick SEANEY- says airlines would be in a hole without fees.] [PASSENGERS - complain about add-on fees.]
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) Jobs creation and President Obama's plans examined; details given about training workers, streamlining permits, easing visa restrictions and easing lending to small businesses. [Dallas job seekers Michael WEBSTER, Arlaina MOXEY- comment.] [OBAMA - talks about creating jobs.] Mitt Romney's TV ad critical of Obama shown. examples of jobs created cited.
(On the Turkey-Syria border: Alex Marquardt) The flight of Syrian families on the move due to the crackdown by the government of President Bashir al-Assad featured; scenes shown from the Turkey border of tent cities; details given from one man's story.
(Studio: Josh Elliott) The backlash in Cleveland against Miami Heat pro basketball player LeBron James after the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA title featured; game video and photos shown. [ESPN's Chris BROUSSARD- talks about the perception of LeBron.] [Two CLEVELANDERS- hate James.] [JAMES - speaks.]
(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The issue of fruits and vegetables and pesticides examined; scenes shown of Purdue University researchers in the produce section; details given of the findings by the USDA of traces of pesticides on 90 percent of the 8 most popular fruits and vegetables and of the Environmental Working Group's list of the dozen with the most pesticides. [Environmental Working Group vice president Jane HOULIHAN- says you are eating pesticides in America.] [United fresh Produce Assn. vice president Ray GILMER- defends fruits and vegetables.]