This program is 29 minutes long
(Cairo: Ayman Mohyeldin) The chaotic street protests in politically divided Egypt featured; scenes shown of shooting in Port Said after the convictions in the soccer massacre last year and clashes on the second anniversary of the revolution that brought President Mohamed Morsi to power; details given about the political uncertainty.
(White House: Kristen Welker) The nation's division over guns examined; scenes shown from the Washington rally after the Newtown shooting. [DC Delegate Eleanor HOLMES NORTON, Children's Defense Fund founder Marian WRIGHT EDELMAN, Newtown parent Amy JOURNO; New Jersey PROTESTER; President OBAMA; in Richmond, Vice President Joe BIDEN; Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN; Newtown parent Erin NIKITCHYUK- speak out about gun violence.] A statement against Feinstein's approach from the NRA quoted. ["USA Today" Susan PAGE- says an assault weapons ban is not in the cards.] Next week's Senate committee hearings previewed.
(Atlanta: Katy Tur) The cold weather in the South featured; scenes shown from snowy/icy roads and traffic wrecks in the Carolinas and Virginia, snow in Chicago, the polar bear plunge in Syracuse and icebergs in Detroit. [North Carolina driver Terry TRUNDLE; slipped on ice in Colorado, Tennille ANDERSON- react to the weather.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Studio: Julie Martin) The status of the deep freeze across the country and the forecast for the week reviewed; weather and temperature maps shown.
(Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan: Stephanie Gosk) The refugee crisis due to the civil war in Syria featured; scenes shown from the Zaatari refugee camp on the Syrian-Jordan border where people talked about the conditions. [Mercy Corps Rob MARONEY- says the people are frustrated.]
(New York:Nancy Snyderman) The medical dangers indicated by snoring that may be an early warning for heart disease examined; other medical issues outlined on screen; details given about the medical research on snoring and risk factors. [On the street, two WOMEN - complain about snoring.] [Henry Ford Hospital Dr. Robert DEEB- says snoring may lead to adverse health.]
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The free program Cooking Matters that teaches low-income families how to prepare healthy, low-cost meals featured; scenes shown from the classroom, the grocery store and the home. [Mother Stacy HANNO- talks about the expense of food.] [Cooking Matters founder Billy SHORE- says we share knowledge.] [Mother Larisse CAFFAY- comments on eating healthy.]