This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Kristen Dahlgren) The mass shooting at a private college in Oakland, California reviewed; scenes from the Oikos University campus and cell phone video by Art Richards shown; details given about the arrest of a suspect. [Oakland resident Brian SNOW, RICHARDS - describe what happened.]
(Supreme Court: Pete Williams) The Supreme Court ruling allowing strip searches at jails examined; details given about the opinion from Justice Anthony Kennedy. [Plaintiff Albert FLORENCE- describes what happened to him.] [National Assn. of Criminal Defense Lawyers Mason CLUTTER- doubts the average American would expect to be subjected to this for committing a minor crime.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) A report showing lavish spending by the GSA at a conference in Las Vegas examined; details given about what the costs included, the resignation of GSA chief Martha Johnson and the White House response. [Taxpayers for Common Sense Steven ELLIS- reacts to this use of taxpayer dollars.]
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s views on the women’s rights issue in the election examined; “USA Today”/Gallup poll findings showing President Obama leading over Mitt Romney among women cited. [H. CLINTON – speaks about the response to the verbal assault from radio host Rush Limbaugh; denies she will run for president.] [Actress Meryl STREEP – introduces Clinton as a real world leader.] [Former President Bill CLINTON – comments on Hillary’s declaration she is quitting politics.]
(Chicago: John Yang) The testing by the National Weather Service of a new tornado warning system featured; map of test area shown; examples of the new stark language cited; various scenes of damage shown; details given about the problem of “warning fatigue.” [National Weather Service Mike HUDSON- says we want to make sure the language is strong enough to motivate people to take action.] [KSDK-TV meteorologist Scott CONNELL- says it’s giving us more tools to get people to act.] [In April 2011, Alabama survivor Linda CARRELL– says she didn’t think nothing about the siren.] [The Weather Channel’s Greg FORBES- says there is a “cry wolf” syndrome out there.]
(Studio: Nancy Snyderman) The rise in melanoma in young women examined; statistics cited; details given about the increased risk from tanning beds, the response from the Indoor Tanning Assn. and Dr. Robert Dellavalle’s study of sun damage. [Mayo Clinic dermatologist Dr. Jerry BREWER- says some people would consider it an epidemic.] [Patient Jodi DUKE- says we are in sunscreen every day.]