This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: David Muir) The life in captivity in the Cleveland house reviewed; scenes shown of the house on Seymour Ave.; details given of the DNA evidence about Amanda Berry's daughter and the police/FBI handling of the Knight missing persons case. [In 2004, Knight's grandmother Deborah KNIGHT- comments on not knowing.] [Two NEIGHBORS - say Amanda Berry's mother Luwanna Miller died of a broken heart.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The criticism of the White House's ever-changing story of what happened during the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, examined; details given about CIA talking points, including 12 versions of revisions and State Department e-mails quoted. [November 28, 2012, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- comments and responds to Karl.] The lack of any evidence former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had a direct role in editing the talking points noted and whether Clinton will again testify at hearings discussed.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The story of a woman, seamstress Reshma Begim, rescued alive after being buried in the collapsed factory in Bangladesh for 17 days featured; scenes and virtual view shown with her survival account presented; details given about the rescue operation. [NYPD NY Task Force Robert LUKACH- comments on the miracle.]
(Los Angeles: Nick Watt) The injuries in San Francisco to crewmen on a boat practicing for the America's Cup race reviewed; scenes shown of the broken catamaran; details given about the fast boats. [America's Cop regatta director Iain MURRAY- comments on Andrew Simpson's death.] [Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy SPITHILL- talks about the boats and the risk.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The split-second danger for baseball pitchers from line drives examined; scenes shown of major leaguer J.A. Happ and others, including a Little Leaguer, getting hit; details given of work on protective helmets. [HAPP, two PLAYERS, medical OFFICIAL - comment.]