This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) Damage control from President Obama over NSA spying on our allies examined; scenes shown from the hearings; details given of how the US spies on phone conversations of 35 allies. [National intelligence director James CLAPPER- defends spying for intelligence purposes.] [Senator Susan COLLINS- states we don't spy on friends.] [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- refuses to answer questions about intelligence activities.] [National Security director Gen. Keith ALEXANDER- defends defending the nation.] What Clapper said about allies spying on us discussed.
(Washington: Jim Avila) The problems with the HealthCare.gov Website and with people not being able to keep their insurance plans as promised by President Obama examined; details given about Affordable Care Act requirements that are driving out cheap insurance plans. [Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services Marilyn TAVENNER- apologizes for the Website.] [In 2010, OBAMA - says you can keep your plan.] [Representative Aaron SCHOCK, seeking insurance, Julie PRINCE- complain.] [Consumers Union policy analyst Lynn QUINCY- cites the hole in Julie'scurrent plan.]
(New Jersey: Ginger Zee) Rising up after Sandy featured; scenes shown of storm footage: fire, flood and wind; a current aerial look at the Jersey shore and New York; details given about the size of Sandy and the storm surge and the slow pace of government aid. [US Army Corps of Engineers Ed VOIGT- comments.]
(Breezy Point, New York: Amy Robach) A look at Breezy Point, New York, during the storm and today presented; scenes shown of flood and fire. [Resident Mary LaPERE, ABC producer Keturah GRAY, MAN - describe what happened.] [Today, resident Joanne LEPERA, LaPERE- comment on Breezy.] The status of home rebuilding noted.
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The ABC report a year ago with Diane Sawyer visiting folks stuck in the highrises shown.
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) The story of how US Olympic Games uniforms by Ralph Lauren for this winter's event were made in America, not China, presented; Sochi uniforms shown; details given about where items were made. [In 2011, anchor Diane SAWYER - notes the uniforms were made in China.] [Senator Harry REID- suggests burning the uniforms.] [Imperial stock ranch Jeanie CARVER- comments.]
(New York and studio: Gio Benitez) The risk and rewards of extreme sports examined; scenes shown of Brazilian surfer Carlos Burle riding a 100-foot wave in the Sea of Portugal and of other daredevil feats, including jumpers, tightrope walking etc; details given about why these guys chase the extreme rush. [Extreme surfer Garrett McNAMARA- explains the surfing in experience.] [Psychotherapist Robi LUDWIG- says it's about self-esteem.]
(No location given: David Muir) The miracle newborn babies saved at the darkened hospital during Hurricane Sandy featured; scenes shown from October 2012 and the babies today. [PARENTS, NURSE - talk about the babies and the Sandy experience.]