Today marked the first day of the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly and correspondent Alan Jasie reported from the UN about the expected high - and perhaps low - lights upcoming.
Top on that list, the September 24th much anticipated speech of Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. There are those who wish he be ignored - but in all likelihood he will make a splash - especially as the European Union prepares to meet with him in Turkey to discuss nuclear non-proliferation.
Climate change, human rights in many areas of the world and the Israeli-Arab conflict will also, Jasie reports, be major issues.
The second half of the show focused on Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's proclamation that the recession is "likely" over.