This program is 29 minutes long
(Miami: Mark Potter) The discovery of a plan for a massacre at the University of Central Florida in Orlando by former student James Seevakumaran, who killed himself, featured; scenes shown from campus; details given about the weapons found. [STUDENT – comments on the police presence.] [Campus police Chief Richard BEARY- comments on the case.]
(The Weather Channel: Eric Fisher) The winter storm moving across the country featured; maps and scenes of snow shown.
(Studio: Sue Herera) The financial crisis in Cyprus after word spread of the government’s plan to take money from personal bank accounts to help pay for the European bailout examined; scenes shown of people at cash machines before the money ran out, protests in the streets. [Several PEOPLE – react.] [IMF managing director Christine LAGARDE- says we want something that lasts and will be sustainable.] [European Commission spokesman Simon O’CONNOR- says we support the efforts of President Nicos Anastasiades and the Cypriot people to bring financial stability to Cyprus.] [ETX Capital Ishaq SIDDIQI- wonders if this will be seen across the whole Eurozone.]
(Vatican: Anne Thompson) The pope’s outgoing nature and spontaneity featured; scenes shown of him working the crowds and meeting with Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner; details given about the past tension between Kirchner and the pope.
(White House: Kristen Welker) Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s announcement that she supports gay marriage featured; NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll findings cited. [CLINTON – says gay rights are human rights.] [With Tim Russert in 2004, CLINTON – says she does not support gay marriage but does support civil unions.] [“Washington Post” Ruth MARCUS- says the world has transformed itself on this issue.] [Friday, Republican Senator Rob PORTMAN- voices his support.] The Republican effort to reach minority voters noted. [Republican National Committee chair Reince PRIEBUS- says we want to build our party.]
(Washington: Pete Williams) New information prompting the FBI to request the public’s help in finding the thieves featured; scenes shown of the stolen art. [FBI’s Richard DesLAURIERS- notes some of the art was offered for sale in Philadelphia.] [US attorney Carmen ORTIZ- comments on the reward and the offer of immunity for anyone connected to the thefts of concealment of the paintings.] [“The Gardner Heist” author Ulrich BOSER- says we can find some hope that these paintings still exist.]
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The Vision to Learn mobile eye clinic that provides free eye exams and glasses to students in low-income communities featured. [Shenandoah Street Elementary School nurse Holly NUCKOLS- comments on kids with vision problems.] [Vision to Learn founder Austin BEUTNER- says every child should have the tools they need to be successful.] [GIRL – reacts to her new glasses.]