This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Linzie Janis) The holiday gift of lower gas prices examined; gas and oil price statistics cited. [GasBuddy.com analyst Patrick DeHAAN- comments on the price drop.]
(Reno, Nevada: Cecilia Vega) The fatal shooting of a middle school teacher, Michael Landsberry, in Sparks, near Reno, Nevada, reviewed; police calls played. [Witnesses students Carrington JUDSON, Faith EVANS- describe what happened in the shooting and the boy shooter.] [Sparks police deputy chief Tom MILLER- says we do not know why.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The statistics on families having a gun in their home cited.
(Larisa, Greece: Alex Perez) The mystery over the little blonde girl, Maria, found in a gypsy camp in Greece featured; photos of the girl, who may have been abducted and from the Roma neighborhood in Greece; details given about human trafficking. [A-21 Campaign Against Human Trafficking Annie DOLLARHIDE- comments on Maria's miracle rescue.]
(Washington: Brian Ross) The deadly suicide attack by a female bomber in Russia that raises concern about security at the Winter Olympic Games featured; car dashboard camera video shown of the explosion on a bus from Dagestan to Moscow; details given about the threats from Chechen rebels. [Homeland Security Policy Inst. director Frank CILLUFFO- comments on vulnerability.] [Sochi 2014 organizing committee president Dmitry CHERNYSHENKO- defends security measures.] [Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism Mariya GRINBERG- says the more attention, the better for their cause.]
(New York: Dan Harris) A new videotape of the New York road rage incident between a group of motorcyclists and an SUV reviewed; scenes of bikers dragging driver Alexian Lien out of the car and stomping on him and helmet camera video of the initial highway incident shown; details given of the prior arrest of nine bikers.
(New York: Linsey Davis) A study by two economists on sibling rivalry that found first-born children get the best parenting and best grades examined; details given about first-born and young children. [On the street, three PEOPLE - react to the sibling study.] ["Born to Rebel" author Frank SULLOWAY- says first-borns gets more attention.]
(Studio: Paula Faris) The secrets for getting the best deal in car and home insurance presented; insurance tips outlined on screen. [In Atlanta, Paul and Sue RODMAN - talk insurance.] [Consumer expert Clark HOWARD - says insurance companies penalize hyper-loyal customers and never make a small claim.] Tomorrow's segment on cable bills previewed.
(Los Angeles: David Kerley) A flight school for dogs and their owners featured; scenes shown from the Air Hollywood studio showing people how to fly with service dogs, including a cabin simulator. [Air Hollywood Talaat CAPTAN, dog owner Andra DAKOTA, dog owner Bill CARPENTER- comment on the training.]