This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The political dimension of Obamacare and accessible health care discussed with "New York Times" columnists Charles Blow and Ross Douthat, [From New York, BLOW - admits the rollout was not managed well: it is an Internet problem that can be fixed and the policy will roll out.] [From Washington, DOUTHAT - says there is uncertainty in the White House about fixing the problems and the timing matters for the policy that is dependent on getting young, healthy people into the pool.]
(Sparks: Stephanie Elam) The shooting at Sparks Middle School in Nevada in which teacher Michael Landsberry was killed by a young gunman reviewed; 911 calls played; school shown. [Student witness Kyle NUCUM- describes what happened.] [Washoe County police Chief Mike MIERAS- recounts what Landsberry did before being shot.] [Nevada Air National Guard M/Sgt. Robert GARRETT- talks about Landsberry, the teacher and coach.] [Student witness Amaya NEWTON- talks about the "kid," who did the shooting.]
(Kansas City: George Howell) The mystery over the little blonde girl, Maria, found in a gypsy camp in Greece featured; photos and video of the girl, who may have been abducted; details given about the Roma and the disappearance of American Lisa Irwin two years ago. [Smile of the Child charity Panagiotis PARDALIS-- talks about the girl's neglected condition.] [Lisa's mother Deborah BAILEY- comments.] A DNA test to determine if "Maria" is Lisa Irwin and another case of a girl in Ireland living with a Roma family discussed.
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The age-progressed image of Lisa Irwin and other photos shown. [In interview, from Kansas City, BAILEY, Lisa's father Jeremy IRWIN - talk about the girl in Greece and Lisa and a similarity between the two.]
(Maryville, Missouri: Kyung Lah) The reopening of the case in Maryville, Missouri, of the alleged rape of teen Daisy Coleman by Matthew Barnett updated; scenes shown from the town; details given about why the original charges were dropped. [Women's rights activist Courtney COLE- talks about helping.] [Special prosecutor Jean Peters BAKER, Nodaway County Sheriff Darren WHITE, city manager Greg McDANIEL- comment on the case.] The reaction of Daisy's family to the rally in Maryville discussed.
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) The trial of a Utah doctor, Martin MacNeill, in the death of his wife; the demand from the family of the late Georgia high school student, Kendrick Johnson, for a coroner's inquest into his death; the return to jail of the two escaped Florida murderers, Joseph Jenkins and Carl Walker, reported.