This program is 28 minutes long
(An airport: Jim Avila) The seizing of a record number of guns in security lines at the airport examined; airport surveillance footage and a pile of illegal weapons shown. [TSA administrator John PISTOLE- says people claim they forgot: it is not terrorists.]
(New York: Ginger Zee) Winter icy weather in the Northeast and a wildfire in drought-stricken California reviewed; scenes shown of snow on the roads and a fire near Big Sur. [Big Sur volunteer fire brigade chief Martha KARTSENS- talks about losing homes to fire.] The forecast for the weekend storm outlined on screen.
(Seattle; Neal Karlinsky) Three astronaut spacewalks planned to fix the cooling problem on the International Space Station previewed; photos shown of Rick Mastracchio and Michael Hopkins, who will perform the repair mission. [Rice University Space Inst. David ALEXANDER- comments on ISS temperature regulation.] [US astronaut Doug WHEELOCK- says going outside the hatch is dangerous.]
(No location given: Terry Moran) The humanitarian nightmare in Aleppo, Syria, which is under assault by the government featured; scenes shown of damaged buildings in civilian neighborhoods. [By phone, voice of Doctors Without Borders Aitor ZABALGOGEAZKOA- says we can't take care of everything.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) Jackpot fever across the country because of the 636 million dollar prize featured; scenes shown of adults in line to buy tickets. [Two players. double lottery winner Steven ONTELL, Powerball WINNER - comment on the lotteries.]
(Studio: David Muir) How products sold to raise funds for the US Olympic Games team are made in China examined; China-made mittens and the Midwest Gloves and Gear factory shown. [Senator Harry REID - says burn the uniforms.] A statement from the US Olympic Committee quoted. [WOMAN - shows materials from which mittens could be made in America.] How the mitten price from China could be matched by US companies reiterated.
(No location given: Byron Pitts) Trombone player Troy Andrews, aka "Trombone Shorty," who is passing on the music, profiled; scenes shown of him performing with legendary Bo Diddley and teaching at his academy at Tulane University. [TROMBONE SHORTY - talks about New Orleans.] [Music student Cashon LOTT- talks about the program.]