This program is 28 minutes long
(Pentagon: David Kerley) Breaking news of the US military's end of the ban on women in combat examined; details given about the role of women in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the timetable for implementing it. [ABC consultant retired Gen. Peter CHIARELLI- says women will finally get recognition.] [Army Sgt. Leigh Ann HESTER- talks about being under fire.] [Military veteran Representative Tammy DUCKWORTH - comments on women.] The opposition from a male soldier quoted. [July 29, 2011, retired Navy Adm. Eric OLSON- says women should be in special forces.] [Marine Corps Reserve Capt. Zoe BEDELL-talks about the time frame.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The riveting testimony before Congress from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, last September 11 featured; scenes shown from the dramatic hearings. [CLINTON - says this is personal, not just policy; states she takes responsibility; asserts it does not make a difference about the reports of a protest.] [Senators John McCAIN, Rand PAUL, Ron JOHNSON - ask for answers.]
(Fulton, New York: Gio Benitez) The dangerous polar invasion of cold weather featured; cold scenes, including a banana hammer, shown; details given about the dangers of frostbite. [Letter carrier Ed ROY - comments on many wearing layers.] The lowest temperature in Crane Lake, Minnesota, noted. [Minnesota Butch EGEN- comments.]
(Los Angeles: Matt Gutman) The exclusive ABC interview with football player Manti Te'o about the hoax involving a girlfriend he never saw reviewed; details given about the role of Christian singer Ronaiah Tuiasosopo behind the hoax. [With Katie, TE'O - says he had an impact on people and his story was "real".] [In the interview, father TE'O - says his son is not a liar.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Katie Couric) The moral of Te'o's story about online relationships as with Manti and "Lennay Kekua" and his family's reaction to this "mirage" discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The interview tomorrow on "Katie" announced.
(London: Lama Hasan) The controversy in Britain over Harry's candor about killing the enemy in Afghanistan examined; critical newspaper headlines shown. [In Afghanistan, HARRY - comments on the video game nature of shooting.] [In London, HARRY - talks about the uniform.] [Former royal protection officer Ken WHARFE- wonders if Harry or other royals will be targeted.] The security issue mentioned.
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The Cinderella story of American tennis player Sloane Stephens, who beat her idol Serena Williams at the AUstralian Open, presented; match scenes and Ser4ena destroying her racket shown; details given about her parents and her style. [At a press conference and after the match, STEPHENS - comments.] [Mother Sybil SMITH - talks about Sloane.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The Tweet to SLoanew from basketball great Shaquille O'Neal quoted.