This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) The new arrests in the Boston bombing case of three college friends of bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on charges of lying examined; photos shown of Azamat Tazhayako and Dias Kadyrbayev of Kazakhstan and US citizen Robel Phillipos, who helped Dzhokhar by getting rid of evidence, including the fireworks and a laptop computer that wound up in a landfill. [Kadyrbayev attorney Robert STAHL- disputes the charges.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The US consideration of giving more military material to the rebels in the war in Syria examined; scenes shown of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad touring a plant in Damascus. [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- says Assad's hands are bathed in blood.]
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The wild weather across the US reviewed; scenes shown of snow in Denver and Minnesota. [COLORADAN, ABC's Clayton SANDELL, KID - comment on snow.]
(Old Bridge, New Jersey: Rebecca Jarvis) The spring auto sales examined; photos shown of hot sale models; details given about the economic reasons for car sales increasing now. [All American Ford dealership president Rick SAVINO- comments on sales.] [Edison Heating and Cooling Michael IARRAPINO- explains buying new trucks.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) A new report on emergency room visits for women taking the sleeping pill Ambien/Zolpidem examined; details given about side effects of the drugs, including sleep driving. [Suburban Hospital ER physician Dr. Bob ROTHSTEIN- explains why more women are affected.] The reporter's past simulated drug/driving test shown.
(Los Angeles: David Wright) 11-year-old whiz kid Sylvia Todd, who hosts her own science show on YouTube, profiled; scenes shown of Sylvia doing experiments and of her at the science fair with President Obama. [TODD - comments on the response from kids, parents and teachers.]