This program is 29 minutes long
(Mt. Vernon, Washington: Ayman Mohyeldin) The collision of two freight trains in rural Missouri featured; scenes shown of the wreckage that damaged an overpass bridge and the damaged Washington state bridge. [WITNESS, Missouri department of transportation Ed HESS- describe what happened in the train collision.] The train collision in Connecticut and the collapse of a bridge in Washington state noted. [NTSB chairman Deborah HERSMAN- talks about the bridge investigation; notes financial constraints.] The problems with the nation's infrastructure with bridges being "deficient" noted.
(Studio: Todd Santos) The weekend weather reviewed; scenes of a tornado outside Corpus Christi and weather maps shown.
(Chicago: John Yang) The recent extreme weather last year and this spring reviewed; various weather images shown; details given about manmade climate change. [The Weather Channel Chris WARREN- talks about the weather danger zones.] [NOAA Climate Prediction Center Gerry BELL- forecasts an active hurricane season.] [NOAA National Climate Data Center Kenneth KUNKEL- talks about greenhouse gases and global warming.]
(Moore: Ron Mott) The aftermath of the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, featured; scenes shown of the cleanup effort and the high school graduation; Moore 911 tornado calls played. [Victim Terri Long's daughter Alyson COSTILLA- talks about her mom's excitement about her graduation.] President Obama's visit to Moore tomorrow previewed.
(Istanbul: Richard Engel) The Syrian civil war featured; details given about the Shiite Hizballah's public position committing itself to the war.
(Washington: Michael Isikoff) An epidemic of sexual assault and misconduct in the military examined; statistics cited; details given about videotaping of West Point cadets in showers. [Former West Point cadet Carley MARQUETTE - recounts being raped and having to deal with her attacker; expresses anger.] [At West Point, Secretary of Defense Chuck HAGEL- calls sexual assault in the military a "profound betrayal."] [On MSNBC, former Pentagon general counsel Jeh JOHNSON- talks about the military justice system.]
(No location given: Nancy Snyderman) The shortage of doctors in rural America examined; details given about the problem and a legislative solution. [In Little field, Texas, Dr. Isabel MOLINA- says we have to turn people away.] [Assn. of American Medical Colleges Dr. Atul GROVER- talks about the physician shortage and the bottleneck between medical school and residency programs.] [TTUHSC medical school student Keeley EWING-BRAMBLETT- talks about her medical program.] The introduction of a bipartisan Turning Tomorrow's Doctors Today Act to create federally funded residencies explained. [New York Inst. of Technology Healthcare Workforce Center Dr. Richard "Buz" COOPER- says physicians cluster in urban centers.]
(Boston: Chelsea Clinton) The Revolution of Hope program funded by world class violinist David France that is an after school music program at Roxbury's Dearborn Middle School featured; scenes shown from Boston of the student orchestra practicing. [FRANCE, sponsor Betty NEAL CRUTCHER, music STUDENT - talk about the students, music and dreams.]