This program is 29 minutes long
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The incident at a grade school in Atlanta, the McNair Discovery Learning Academy, in which school clerk Antoinette Tuff got armed gunman Michael Hill to surrender before any students were hurt reviewed; 911 call from Tuff played. [TUFF - says we all could have been dead.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The question of whether the Syrian government used chemical weapons against the opposition in the civil war examined; photos shown of bodies dead and dying; details given of denials from Syrian President Bashir al-Assad's regime. [Watching video, weapons expert Hamish De BRETTON-GORDON- says it looks like nerves are being destroyed.] [August 20, 2012, President OBAMA - says we have communicated that it is a red line.] Images of families leaving Syria shown.
(Near Yosemite National Park: Neal Karlinsky) The fierce wildfires near Yosemite National Park featured; scenes shown from a firefighting plane and rural homes. [FIREFIGHTER - comments.]
(White House: Jim Avila) Cancer tests for Beau Biden, son of Vice President Joe Biden, reviewed; vice president's statement quoted; details given about Beau's prior health issues.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) The possibility of a brain tumor or stroke discussed.
(New York: Betty Lu) The issue of the safety of the new Tesla electric car examined; crash tests of the rear engine car shown. ["Consumer Reports" deputy editor Jeff BARTLETT, Tesla CEO Elon MUSK- talk about the car.]
(Washington: John Donvan) The last words from President Richard Nixon on the secret tapes of April 30, 1973, reviewed; excperts from the Nixon phone calls with Ronald Reagan and George Bush played.
(Franklin Lakes, New Jersey: Gio Benitez) How to stop home burglaries presented; surveillance video of home crimes shown; details given of tips about motion-activated cameras, convincing thieves someone is at home and the use of light timers. [New Jersey Sgt. police Derek CLARK- gives advice.]
(No location given: Chris Connolly) Two football champions, 8-year-old Lateef Brock and pro football player Robert Griffin, III, who met through the Make a Wish Foundation, profiled; scenes shown from the football practice facilities. [Lateef's mother Claris BROCK- talks about Lateef's fight to live.] [Lateef BROCK - talks about his kidney transplant.]