This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Gio Benitez) The dramatic derailment featured; scenes shown from the accident site and of an animated diagram. [Passengers Amanda SWANSON, Ryan KELLY- describe what happened.] [FDNY Chief Edwards KILDUFF- says the trains were damaged.] [NTSB Earl WEENER- reads statement.] [Governor Andrew CUOMO, police commissioner Ray KELLY  -comment on the accident.]
(Studio: David Muir) Witness accounts of the accident reviewed; scenes and photos shown of the wreckage. [Four PEOPLE - describe what happened.]
(Studio: Ginger Zee) A chain reaction car crash in slick holiday weather reviewed; scenes shown from near Worchester, Massachusetts, of lots of mangled cars. [MAN - describes what happened.]
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The snow accumulations out West, rain and cold weather discussed; weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) The death of "Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker in a car crash featured; scenes and photos shown from Valencia, California, crash site, including the memorial. [Friends Antonio HOLMES, Jim TORP- describe and react to what happened.]
(White House: Jeff Zeleny) The fixes to the relaunched Obamacare Website examined; scenes shown from the Website that is faster; details given about the next deadline. [Special adviser Jeffrey ZIENTS- says HealthCare.gov is working better.] [White House adviser David PLOUFFE- comments.] [With Barbara Walters, President OBAMA - jokes.]
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) The shopping steals and deals examined; weekend sales statistics cited; shopping scenes shown. The expected sales on Cyber Monday discussed.
(Washington: Susan Saulny) The videotape from North Korea of captured American tourist Merrill Newman, who had fought in the Korean War, featured; apology video shown; details given about what happened to Newman, the role of Swedish diplomats and a call from President Obama for Newman's release. [Wife Lee NEWMAN - comments.]
(New York: Rob Nelson) The 109-yard winning run in the Auburn-Alabama football game featured; play shown with commentary from Auburn announcer Rob Bramlett. [Today, BRAMLETT - comments on the call.]
(New York: Linzie Janis) A world skydiving record set by 63 jumping women featured; scenes shown of the free flying over the Arizona desert. [Fliers Amy CHMELECKI, Sara CURTISm, Melissa LOWE- comment on the dive.]