This program is 28 minutes long
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The dangerous exposure to hepatitis and HIV for Tulsa dental patients from outdated procedures used by oral surgeon Dr. Scott Harrington examined; details given about his equipment. [Oklahoma City board of dentistry director Dr. Susan ROGERS- says the instruments were horrible.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) The unbelievable nature of these allegation about a dentist and red flags in dental offices discussed.
(White House: Jim Avila) Newly released facts about Adam Lanza, the Newtown, Connecticut, school shooter, reviewed; statistics on the shooting cited; details given about what was found in the Lanza home: guns and violent video games. [Victim's mother Nicole HOCKLEY- comments on making changes.] Political ads featuring Newtown parents sponsored by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and gun violence victims at the White House with President Obama shown. [OBAMA - says shame on us if we forget the kids.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Next week's interview with Sandy Hook teacher Kaitlyn Roig previewed.
(Washington: David Kerley) The terrorism charges against ex-American soldier Eric Harun†† for fighting with the Al Qaeda-linked rebels in Syria examined; photos and video of him shown.
(Afghanistan: Martha Raddatz) The show of force by the US against North Korea examined; scenes shown of B-2 bomber planes that dropped dummy weapons near the Korean border to show the plane's capabilities; details given about North Korean threats. [Secretary of Defense Chuck HAGEL - says we are committed to alliance with South Korea.]
(Nevada and studio: Paula Faris) A way to find cash to pay for hospital bills presented; details given about the case of musician Joyce Huston, who has lupus that put her in the financial hole and how non-profit hospitals are required to give back to the community so Joyce got 18,000 dollars back. [HUSTON - says she could lose her house.] [Colors of Lupus Nevada Hui Lim ANG- comments on negotiations.]
(Cincinnati: Matt Gutman) How people are raising Gladys, the gorilla, for three months presented; scenes shown from an Ohio zoo of faux-fur wearing human surrogates, including the reporter, teaching the baby gorilla.