This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Gio Benitez) The new clues in the train derailment featured; scenes shown from the accident site and of an animated diagram of the timeline. [NTSB Earl WEENER- says the train was going 82 mph.] [Senator Charles SCHUMER - reacts.] [Passengers MAN, Amanda SWANSON- describe what happened.] Photos shown of four people who died on the train. [Victim's son Finn LOVELL- comments.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The question of about how the Obamacare Website is now working examined; details given about the HealthCare.gov site delays. [Pennsylvania insurer seeker, Dan HOWARD - recounts his insurance problems.] [In response to reporter's question, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- says we made improvements to the Website.]
(Washington: Jim Avila) Amazon's aims of delivering packages by drones examined; details given about restrictions on and problems with drone flight in the US; virtual view shown. [Amazon CEO Jeff BEZOS - says we can do half-hour delivery.] [Purdue University John NOLFI- comments on drone test crashes.]
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) Viewers' stories about outrageous hospital bills presented; scenes shown of complaints; details given about the disparity in prices at two close locations; statistics cited. [medical bill payer, Cathy MEINHARDT - cites the dramatic different lab prices.] [California Hospital Assn. Jan EMERSON-SHEA- defends fair pricing from hospitals.]
(Valencia and Santa Clarita, California: Cecilia Vega) The death of "Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker and pro racer Roger Rodas in a fiery car crash on Saturday featured; scenes shown from Valencia, California, crash site; details given about the Porsche car. [Father Paul WALKER III - comments.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) What Walker's daughter wrote quoted.
(New York: Josh Elliott) The drama behind the 109-yard winning run in the Auburn-Alabama football game featured; play shown with commentary from Auburn announcer Rob Bramlett. [ESPN college football analyst Danny KANELL- calls it one of the three top plays in college football history.] Other miraculous sports plays, including Auburn's last-second win, shown.