This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Measures taken by the administration after a massive cyber attack against American business by China’s military examined; names of victims of economic espionage listed. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER – says a hacker in China can acquire source code from a software company in Virginia without leaving his desk.] [Representative Mike ROGERS- comments on the Chinese government’s effort to steal intellectual property and repurpose it to companies in China to compete illegally against US companies.] [US Cyber Consequences Unit CEO Scott BORG- says China needs to maintain a very high rate of economic development to keep their citizens willing to tolerate the oppressive government.]
(Kansas City: John Yang) The deadly explosion at JJ's Restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri featured; scenes shown of the fire, cadaver-sniffing dogs, the charred remains; surveillance video of the blast shown. [MAN, WOMAN – describe what happened.] [Kansas City Mayor Sly JAMES- says we have recovered a body.] [Kansas City Fire Department Chief Paul BERARDI- says a construction worker had struck a gas line.]
(No location given: Janice Huff) The storm forecast featured; maps/diagrams shown.
(Pretoria, South Africa: Michelle Kosinski) The bail hearing for South African amputee runner Oscar Pistorius, who is charged with murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom; diagram shown; details given about neighbors’ accounts of what they heard. [Uncle Arnold PISTORIUS- says he’s not a violent person.]
(Washington: Pete Williams) The guilty pleas from former Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife Sandi for crimes involving campaign money examined; scenes shown from outside court; courtroom sketches by Art Lien shown with remarks quoted; details given about what he bought with the money. [US attorney Ronald MACHEN- says he squandered his talent.] [JACKSON – apologizes.] [Defense attorney Reid WEINGARTEN- says there will be another chapter in Jesse Jackson’s life.]
(New York: Chris Jansing) The growing number of retirees moving to college communities featured; details given about offers of discounted or free tuition for older students. [Oxford, Mississippi residents Bonnie and Denny SIEBERT- says there is so much to do.] [University of Mississippi chancellor Dan JONES- says there is lots of culture, athletics and fun things to do.] [Pomona College professor Gary KATES- says the seniors’ questions and reactions can model a different approach to the material.] [Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Dr. Alicia ARBAJE- says active involvement of the brain can be important for decreasing the chances of dementia or cognitive decline.] [Oxford resident David DYKE- says he wouldn’t look forward to sitting around comparing pills.]
(Orlando: Stephanie Gosk) 11-year-old basketball player Julian Newman, who plays for his high school varsity team in Orlando, Florida despite being in the 5th grade, profiled; scenes shown of Julian on the court. [NEWMAN, father Jamie NEWMAN- comment.]