This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Terrell Brown) The bankruptcy dilemma for the city of Detroit examined. [On Fox, emergency financial manager Kevyn ORR- cites the huge debt.] [On "Face the Nation," Governor Rick SNYDER- says the city can't get service.] [Mayor Dave BING - comments on what's next.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Detroit's consideration of selling its art collection examined; scenes shown from the Detroit Inst. of Art; details given about the ownership issue. [Art lover Rod SPENCER- praises the DIE.] [Appraisers Assn. of America Betty KRULIK- says an auction would flood the market.] [American Alliance of Museums Ford BELL- says the city can be rebuilt.]
(Arlington, Texas: Manuel Bojorquez) The investigation into the death of a woman, Rose Esfarza, on a roller coaster in Texas at Six Flags Over Texas reviewed; scenes shown of the ride now shut down and past video of the ride. [Park VISITOR - comments.] [Accident eyewitnesses Darlene PUTNAM, Carmen BROWN- describe what happened.] A statement to CBS from Six Flags quoted.
(Studio: Jeff Pegues) The efforts by Secretary of State John Kerry to restart Middle East peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians featured; details given about the areas of division between the two sides and statements from both. [KERRY - calls it a step forward.] [Former US ambassador to Israel Edward WALKER - says it is a tough nut to crack at this time due to politics.]
(London: Clarissa Ward) The Syrian refugee camp in Jordan visited by Secretary of State John Kerry featured; scenes shown from the camp; details given about the living conditions. [KERRY - calls it a great humanitarian crisis.]
(Quincy, Massachusetts: Don Dahler) The use by the state of Massachusetts law enforcement of "narcan" that reverses opiate drug overdoses featured; scenes shown from Quincy of police on patrol. [Police officer Ryan DONNELLY, drug addict's mother Nancy HOLLER, narcotics detective Patrick GLYNN- talk about the drugs epidemic and using narcan.]
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The plan at the Cincinnati Zoo to save the rare Sumatran rhino by inbreeding featured; scenes shown of the only two rhinos in North America.