This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Diane Sawyer; White House: Jonathan Karl, Martha Raddatz) Obama's statement about deterring chemical weapons without a military strike, the current Congressional vote count that looks tough for the president and the Russian development as a way out discussed.
(Washington: Diane Sawyer) ABC News coverage of tomorrow's address to the nation by the president noted.
(Miami: Matt Gutman) A new run-in with the law for George Zimmerman featured; scenes shown from his house while his wife Shellie's 911 call about an altercation with George is played; details given about his recent speeding ticket after his trial for the death of Trayvon Martin.
(Studio: Richard Besser) The issue of how early should women begin having mammograms to detect breast cancer examined; details given about the risk of false positives. [Breast cancer patient Desiree WALKER - comments.] [US preventive services task force Dr. Virginia MOYER- says mammograms work better for older women.]
(FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland: David Kerley) The controversy over the name of the NFL pro football team the Washington Redskins examined. ["Washington Post" columnist Mike WISE, National Congress of American Indians Jackie PATA, FAN - offer perspectives on the name "Redskins."] The position of team owner Dan Snyder quoted.
(New York: Dan Harris) The allegations that long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad cheated in her swim from Cuba to Florida examined; scenes shown of her emerging from the water and in the water. [Marathon Swimmers Forum co-founder Evan MORRISON- questions her speed and time of not eating.]
(The Mississippi delta: Gio Benitez) The giant alligators of the Mississippi delta featured; scenes shown of gators underneath the Mississippi River, [Caught 723-pounder, Beth TRAMMELL; hunter Dustin BACHMANN- talk gators.]