This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) Breaking news from the Air Force on the arrest of a sexual assault officer on sexual battery featured; scenes shown of Lt. Col. Jeff Krusinski, who was arrested at night for grabbing a female and from the documentary "The Invisible War" about the assaults on women in the military. [Senator Kirsten GILLIBRAND- speaks about sexual assault in the military.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The arrest of militia member Buford Rogers, a man involved in a terrorism plot near Minneapolis to kill local residents, examined; details given about what he said on a Website. [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT - talks about the weapons.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The Israeli air attacks in Syria against Iranian-made weapons bound for Hizballah examined; details given about the prospects of retaliation against Israel from Syria, Lebanon and Iran. [Military analyst Aton BEN-DAVID- hopes it will pass.] The possible response of the US to events in Syria discussed.
(Washington: Jeff Zeleny) The Congressional political race in South Carolina between former Governor Mark Sanford, who resigned four years ago and Representative Elizabeth Colbert Busch, the comedian Stephen Colbert's sister, examined; scenes shown of campaigning; details given about trespassing charges against Sanford from ex-wife Jenny Sanford. [Sanford BACKER, OPPONENT - comment.] [In 2009, J. SANFORD - comments on his political future.]
(Studio and Mexico City: David Muir) What Mexicans are buying from America featured; scenes shown from Mexico City where Ford cars came by train from Michigan due to the growing middle class in Mexico wanting quality products, from a fast food place and a Costco store where products also came from the US.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Tomorrow's "Made in America" segment previewed.
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) The mystery Saturday night of the deadly fire in a limousine on the bridge over San Francisco Bay examined; scenes shown of the fire. [SURVIVOR, driver Orville BROWN - describe what happened to the car.] A statement from Limo Stop Inc. quoted.
(New York: Paula Faris) The findings of a Cornell University study on how consumers shop when hungry examined. [Cornell food and brand lab director Brian WANSINK- lists the food bought; comments on rash decisions made while hungry.]