This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Sharyl Attkisson) The House investigation into the ATF Fast and Furious program that allowed guns to go to Mexican drug cartels and the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry examined; details given about the weapons that killed Terry with a March 2011 exchange between an ATF agent and a gun dealer about a third weapon played. [On "Face the Nation," Representative Darrell ISSA - says there were three weapons at the scene; says Attorney General Eric Holder knew more than he testified before Congress.] The FBI rejection of queries about releasing information noted.
(Washington: Susan McGinnis) The ceremonies in Washington, DC, memorializing Dr. Martin Luther King on the mall featured; scenes shown of the statue and from the "I have a dream" speech 48 years ago. [Daughter Bernice KING, Representative John LEWIS, President OBAMA, WOMAN - speak about King.]
(East Chicago and Burns Harbor, Indiana: Dean Reynolds) A possible solution to the American manufacturing dilemma examined; scenes shown from a steel mill in Burns Harbor, Indiana and the Steelworker for the Future Program at Ivy Tech that trains a new generation of high-tech steel workers. [AccelorMittal-USA manager Marc LANGBEHN- says it is a sustainable industry needing skilled workers.] [Ivy tech professor Byron BUTTERFIELD- says it is a golden opportunity.] [United Steelworkers Local 6787 Pete TRINIDAD- says it is a lucrative profession.] [Program graduate Josiah GONZALEZ, mechanics student Kevin KING - comment.]
(Sirte: Allen Pizzey) The battle for the city of Sirte featured; scenes shown of the fighting by rebel forces outside the city and the civilians, wrecked homes and the escapees.
(New York: Bigad Shaban) The increase in sports-related knee injuries for youngsters examined; diagram of ACL knee surgery shown. [Soccer mom Amy MANEGRA- talks about her daughter's knees.] [NYU chief of sports medicine Dr. Laith JAZRAWI- talks about the chances for in jury.] [9-year-old Nina HOWLAND- talks soccer.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The story of 52-year-old boxer Dewey Bozella, who spent 26 years in prison for a crime he did not commit, presented; scenes and photos shown from the bout he won against Larry Hopkins; details given about Bozella's background before and in prison. [BOZELLA - explains how it felt to be a pro boxer; recounts his situation in prison; says believe in your dream.] [Retired boxer Oscar de la HOYA- praises Bozella as an inspiration.]