This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Dan Harris) The huge concussion lawsuit examined; video shown; details given about the plan for testing, treating and money for 19,000 ex-players. [Former NFL players Kevin TURNER, Jim McMAHON, "USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN, attorney for plaintiffs Chris SEEGER- comment on the concussion issue and settlement.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) An interview held with ESPN NFL analyst Chris Mortensen about the settlement. [MORTENSEN - calls it a win for the NFL owners: hush money for no discovery, but they are addressing the culture of football.]
(White House: Jim Avila) The decision by the Parliament of Britain not to support any military action against Syria leaving President Obama to act alone with a strike against the use of chemical weapons examined; details given of the specifics of charges against chemical weapons use. [Deputy White House press secretary Josh EARNEST†- says it will be a discrete and limited action.] [Representative Mike ROGERS†- speaks about consequences.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Beirut: Terry Moran) The mind of dictator Syrian President Bashir al-Assad examined; scenes shown of him addressing the troops; details given about his background, wife Asma and how he has been changed by the civil war. [In 2007 interview, ASSAD - opposes violence.]
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The fast-food wars over employee salaries featured; scenes shown of striking workers in 15 cities for an increase in minimum wage; statistics on the the division of the consumer dollar at McDonald's cited. [Two fast food WORKERS - complain.] A statement from McDonald's about wages quoted.
(New York: Linsey Davis) A new CDC study on how this insomniac nation uses pills to sleep examined; drug statistics cited. [Montefiore Medical Center Dr. Shelby HARRIS- says sleeping pills are oversubscribed and patients want to get off these drugs.]
(New York: Gio Benitez) An exclusive ABC News interview held with Shellie Zimmerman, wife of George Zimmerman, who was tried in Florida for the death of Traynon Martin. [ZIMMERMAN - notes her fears during the trial; says she argued with George the night before the shooting; wonders about her future with George, who has changed.]
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) The story of real estate developer Joe Carabello of Denver, who recruited a weekly softball game of homeless people, presented; scenes shown from the ball field. [Homeless Rose HENDERSON, Ricky GESSICK, Sean THOMAS - talk about playing.]