This program is 29 minutes long
(Colorado Springs: Clayton Sandell) The destruction in Colorado's biggest wildfire featured; scenes shown of burned homes, firefighters, evacuated homes. [Lost home, Ted ROBERTSON; Colorado Springs residents Mike and Harriet TREES- comment.]
(Washington airport: David Kerley) The eastern storm featured; scenes shown of rain, hail, a downed tree in and around Washington and Philadelphia.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The evidence that Syrian President Bashir al-Assad's government used chemical weapons in the civil war in Syria examined; opposition video shown; details given about the claims sarin gas was used. [Marc h 20, President OBAMA - says the use of chemical weapons is a game changer.] What Obama may do to support the opposition discussed.
(Washington: Terry Moran) The landmark Supreme Court ruling about cancer tests and the concept of corporate "ownership" of a gene examined; details given about the decision by actress Angelina Jolie to undergo a radical mastectomy because she had the breast and ovarian cancer gene and how the ruling will lower the cost of testing. The opinion from Justice Clarence Thomas quoted.
(Studio: David Muir, Jennifer Ashton) The impact of the ruling allowing more genetic testing for cancer at a lower cost discussed.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The concerns American whistleblower Edward Snowden, an NSA contract worker who revealed the details of the government surveillance program, may defect to China taking US secrets with him examined; scenes shown of protests in Hong Kong in support of Snowden. [Representative Mike ROGERS - comments on Snowden's China connection.] [For "The Guardian," SNOWDEN - comments on China.] [Former CIA/Pentagon chief of staff Jeremy BASH- says Snowden is not a whistleblower.] [In the 1970s, former CIA officer Philip AGEE- criticizes the CIA.] [Psychiatrist Dr. David CHARNEY- characterizes Snowden's personality.]
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The announcement that media mogul billionaire Rupert Murdoch is divorcing his third wife Wendi Deng examined; scenes shown of the pie-throwing incident; details given about their meeting and his quick marriage to her after his divorce.
(Studio and New York: Linsey Davis) The controversy over the sale of counterfeit handbags in New York City examined; scenes shown of the knockoff designer bags; details given of a proposed New York law to prosecute the bag buyers; economic/crime statistics cited. [New York City council member Margaret CHIN- comments.] [On Canal St., WOMAN - reacts.]
(Pittsburgh: Byron Pitts) The story of Pittsburgh local 71-year-old disabled shoeshiner Albert Lexie, who gives his tip money to the children's hospital, presented; scenes shown. [No insurance, Lynn MOORE - thanks Albert for paying her medical bills.] [Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Rick BARROWS- talks about the power of love: Albert.] [ALBERT - says he will be rewarded in heaven.]