This program is 29 minutes long
(Supreme Court: Jan Crawford) The Supreme Court hearings concerning same-sex marriage and the Defense of Marriage Act featured; courtroom sketches by William Hennessy shown. [Plaintiff Edie WINDSOR - talks about wanting to marry her partner; says she would have paid no inheritance tax if her spouse had been male.] [Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG- says there are two kinds of marriage.] [Supreme Court Justice Elena KAGAN- asks what happened when the Defense of Marriage Act was passed.] [Supreme Court Justice Anthony KENNEDY- asks if the federal government can regulate marriage.]
(White House: Major Garrett) Growing concerns about war between North and South Korea after the North cut communications with the South reported; North Korean propaganda video shown. [Ambassador Christopher HILL- says the level of tension is unusually high.]
(Seattle: James Schugel) A landslide in Whidbey Island, Washington featured; scenes shown of evacuation efforts.
(Cairo: Clarissa Ward) The efforts to fight back against the increase in sexual assaults against women in Egypt featured; scenes shown of protesters and assaults in Tahrir Square, and of self-defense classes in Cairo. [Documentary maker Aida EL KASHEF- describes the assaults; says she would not trust the police if she were assaulted; says women are assaulted at all protests; describes her own assault.] [Tahrir bodyguard Mahmoud OSMAN- says those who try to stop assaults get beaten.]