This program is 29 minutes long
(Florida: Lisa Stark) Breaking news on a deadly small plane crash into a parking lot in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, featured; virtual view and video shown.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) More provocation from North Korea, which is making quick advances in missile weaponry, that had led to the US beefing up its missile defense system examined; virtual view of the interceptor system shown. [Secretary of Defense Chuck HAGEL - talks about security.] [Joint Chiefs of Staff vice chairman Adm. James WINNEFELD- says we will be ready.] [Former deputy asst. Secretary of State retired Col. Stephen GANYARD- says the defense system has never been tested for real.]
(New York: John Schifrin) The fatal Big Sioux River rescue in South Dakota in which two people went missing while saving a young boy featured; scenes shown of the foam in the river. [Sioux Falls fire dept. Chief Jim SIDERAS- says we found the young girl's body.]
(New York: Gio Benitez) The cutting short of yet another Carnival cruise due to a technical problem reviewed; scenes shown from the Carnival Triumph last month; details given about the size of the ships today. [Planned to cruise on Carnival Dream, Steve and Kacey TOWNSEND- react.] [WOMAN, Boston University professor Christopher MULLEN- analyze the cruise industry.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The change in position on gay marriage by Senator Rob Portman after his son announced he is gay examined; video shown of a young man telling his father he is gay. [On CNN, with Dana Bash, PORTMAN - says his son told us he is gay so we should allow gays to marry.] How 31 states still have amendments banning same-sex marriage noted.
(Studio: David Muir) Tonight's "20/20" previewed.
(Seattle: Neil Karlinsky) The new Samsung phone that is a challenger to the Apple iPhone examined; details given about the phone's capabilities. [Gizmodo Brent ROSE, ABC News technology editor Joanna STERN- talk about the Galaxy X-4 phone.] [Two TESTERS - comment.]