This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Peter Alexander) New evidence about the use of chemical weapons in the civil war in Syria as part of the case for limited US military action examined; videos of the victims dead and dying from a sarin attack shown; details given about the publicity campaign by Obama and staff. [Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN - calls it horrendous.] [President OBAMA - says we cannot fail to respond to this outrageous attack.] [Georgetown University professor Rosa BROOKS- says he must sell people on this.] ["USA Today"'s Susan PAGE- says credibility is at stake.]
(Studio: Harry Smith) The NBC interview with Obama on Monday noted.
(Paris: Andrea Mitchell) Obama's efforts to drum up support from European leaders featured; scenes shown of Secretary of State John Kerry in France; details given of the position of Pope Francis and Kerry's coming meeting with Arab nations about the use of force. [European Union foreign policy chief Catherine ASHTON- comments.] [In Paris, two PEOPLE - question action in Syria.] [KERRY - says this concerns American security: it is not remote.] [French foreign minister Laurent FABIUS- comments.]
(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.
(Damascus: Bill Neely) The ongoing fighting in Syria featured; scenes shown from Damascus of the debris in an obliterated district.
(Los Angeles: Mike Taibbi) An Internet confession by Matt Cordle that he killed a man in 2013 while driving drunk featured; videotape with face pixilated and then clear played; details given about the accident that killed victim Vincent Canzani. A statement from daughter Angela Canzani about Cordle quoted. [Canzani friend Todd GORDISH- praises Vincent.] [Franklin County prosecutor Ron O'BRIEN- reacts to the confession.]
(New York: Nancy Snyderman) How video games can challenge kids' minds featured; details given about the research on strategy-based gaming. [Kid and mother Jackson and Robin JANIS- comment.] [Sachs Center Dr. George SACH- says the games require social skills.] [Queen Mary University of London's Dr. Brian GLASS- comments on study findings on positive effects of the games on the brain.] [Wisconsin Inst. for Discovery Constance STEINKUEHLER- comments on educational games.]
(London: Duncan Golestani) A break-in at the royal resident of Buckingham Palace featured; scenes shown from outside and inside the palace. The 1982 intrusion into the palace by Michael Fagan, who reached the queen's bedroom, recalled. [Former royal protection officer Ken WHARFE- comments on the context of security.]
(Ft. Pierce, Florida: Gabe Gutierrez) The diving salvage business of the Schmitt family featured; scenes shown from off the coast of Florida of the gold found from a fleet of Spanish ships. [Treasure hunter Rick SCHMITT- says "it's a dream come true."]