This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: John SChriffen) The tragic death of Dallas Cowboys football player Gary Brown in a drunk driving crash a week after the murder/suicide of Jovan Belcher featured; details given of the arrest of Josh Brent for killing his teammate/ passenger; December 1 videos of Belcher sleeping in his car after drinking and a police car approaching the suicide site shown. [Texas police department Officer John ARGUMANIZ- describes what happened.]
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The global backlash against the two Australian D.J.s whose prank call to hospitalized royal Kate Middleton led to the suicide of nurse Jacintha Saldanha, who had forwarded the call, featured; call played. [Southern Cross Austereo CEO Rhys HOLLERAN- calls this a "tragic event" that could not have been foreseen.] A letter from King Edward VII's Hospital chairman Lord Glenarthur about the prank call quoted.
(Cairo: Nick Schifrin) The terrorism arrest in Egypt of Mohamed Gamal, who was involved with the attack on the US embassy compound in Benghazi, Libya, featured; scenes shown of his compound on fire.
(Antakya, Turkey: Alex Marquardt) Evidence both sides in the civil war in Syria may have chemical weapons featured; scenes shown of the fighting in Damascus as the rebels try to take the airport and wounded rebels in a makeshift hospital; details given about sarin gas and the rebel effort to organize to create a uniform force.
(Washington: David Kerley) The changing attitudes in the US about gay marriage now that the Supreme Court will decide on the issue next year examined; Americans' attitude graph shown. [Washington Governor Cjristine GREGOIRE- comments.] [In 1996, Senator Robert BYRD; May 9, President OBAMA - offer views on gay marriage.] [Constitutional Accountability Center Elizabeth WYRDA- outlines the question for the Supreme Court.]
(Studio: David Muir) The topics on "This Week" noted.
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The coming snowfall forecast featured; scenes shown from Michigan of snow and of weather and temperature maps.
(New York: Mark Greenblatt) The new issue of black box recorders in cars examined; photo shown of the crashed car of Massachusetts Lt. Governor Timothy Murray; details given about the black box capabilities and the government effort to make them mandatory. [EXPERT - outlines the black box privacy issues.]
(Studio: Muhammad Lila) The apology from South Korean musician Psy for his lyrics before his YouTube hit "Gangnam Style" featured; some of his anti-US lyrics quoted. ["Rolling Stone" magazine Brian HYATT- sites the bad lyrics.] The ongoing plans for Psy to perform in a Washington concert to be attended by President Obama noted.