This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The closing of US embassies in the Middle East and north Africa due to an Al Qaeda in Yemen terrorism threat examine; details given about the intercepts calling for a big, significant attack in Yemen, the White House coordination of intelligence about surgically implanted device and efforts to avert a strike. [On "This Week," Representative Dutch RUPPERSBERGER- talks about the information about a major attack.] [Representative Peter KING - calls it a wakeup call.]
(Studio: Byron Pitts) Report introduced.
(Cairo: Nick Schifrin) The embassy closings in the Arab world and new defenses featured; scenes shown from Yemen and Cairo; details given about a Marine force. [Former ambassador Ronald NEUMANN- says more security is available.] [MAN - comments.]
(Venice Beach, California: Brandi Hitt) A car rampage by driver Nathan Campbell on the boardwalk in the Venice Beach area of California featured; security camera video of the moment of impact, the car before and the aftermath shown; details given about the death of an Italian honeymooner Alice Gruppioni. [LAPD Lt. Robert LONG- says Campbell has been booked.] [Four WITNESSES - describe what happened.]
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The storm watch for flood waters in the center of the nation reviewed; scenes shown of flood waters, rain and hail in Kansas, Colorado, storm damages, hail in Montana [Two PEOPLE - react.] Maps of the dangerous rains and temperature extremes shown.
(Studio: Paula Faris) The impending suspension of New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez and others for using PEDs examined; scenes shown of him rehabbing in the minor leagues and of his home runs; details given about his contract. [ABC's Christine BRENNAN - says MLB has the goods on A-Rod.] [ESPN's John KRUK - says it is like a lifetime ban.] [In press conference, RODRIGUEZ - talks about getting back on the field.] His likely appeal and presence in the Yankees lineup tomorrow night mentioned.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The issue of balcony railings on high-rise buildings examined in light of the falling death of New Yorker Jennifer Rosoff; scenes shown of the New York City building. [WITNESS, neighbor Greg BURKE- describe what happened.] [Building inspector Larry UBELL- comments.]
(Chicago: Alex Perez) The story of a priest in a Chicago neighborhood who gets gang members to play basketball rather than shoot it out featured; scenes shown from Peacemaker basketball tournament games that counter gang violence and from Diane Sawyer's story on murder in Chicago. [Faith Community of St. Sabina pastor father Michael PFLEGER, Peacemaker basketball players Jabril MUHAMMAD, Christian AUSTIN- comment on the program.] [Young Chicagoan "RALPH" - comments.]