This program is 28 minutes long
(Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) The legal faceoff over the NSA surveillance campaign with a judge calling the program unconstitutional after Edward Snowden leaked NSA classified information examined; judge quoted about the Fourth Amendment and a likely appeal noted. [Earlier, President OBAMA - says we save lives through this information; states no one is listening to your telephone calls.] The extent of documents Snowden had in his possession discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) The announcement by General Motors it will invest a billion dollars in five US factories in the Midwest while Ford plans to hire 5,000 workers featured; scenes shown from a Ford plant and the new model Mustang; details given about the importance of the bailout to the auto industry. [Auto worker Tom KILLUCA- comments.]
(Short Hills, New Jersey: Reena Ninan) The shooting at a New Jersey shopping mall during a carjacking featured; scenes shown from the mall. [Witness Brittany WILSON - describes what happened.] [Essex County prosecutor Carolyn MURRAY- talks about the Range Rover car.] [Former NYPD detective Nick CASALE- offers advice on parking lot safety.] Tips on parking lot safety outlined on screen.
(New York: Pierre Thomas) Videotape of a sting catching airport employees stealing luggage featured; scenes shown from plane's hidden cameras of baggage handlers thieving; details given about items stolen. [Port Authority of New York Chief Joe DUNNE- comments,] Advice of how to protect your luggage noted.
(Washington: Richard Besser) An FDA report that anti-bacterial soap may not prevent infections better than regular soap examined; scenes shown from a handwashing test at the University of Maryland. A response from the American Cleaning Inst. quoted.
(New York: Linsey Davis) A potential billion dollar jackpot due to new odds making it harder to win examined; money statistics cited. [FiveThirtyEight.com Walter HICKEY†- talks about the lure of a higher value lottery.]
(Washington: John Donvan) The life and 50 years of films of actor Peter O'Toole, who died this weekend, featured; film clips shown. [In 2003, O'TOOLE - jokes about Oscars.]