This program is 28 minutes long
(Kiev: Alex Marquardt) The blood in the streets of Kiev featured; scenes shown of the fighting in the center of the city, including people being shot, a makeshift hospital in the hotel, chanting mourners; details given about Ukraine in the crossroads between East and West and US sanctions. [UKRAINIANS - outline what we fight for.] [ABC PRODUCER - describes what happened as bullets flew.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) Yesterday's new Homeland Security warning on the threat of shoe bombs and liquid explosives on plane flights examined; details given about the role of Al Qaeda in Yemen terrorists and the recruitment for Syria.
(Sochi: Matt Gutman) The upset in women's figure skating at the Olympic Games with Russian Adelina Sotnikova winning the gold over favored South Korean skater Kim Yu-na and the overtime victory for Canada's women's hockey team over the US featured; scenes shown from the ice. [ABC's Christine BRENNAN- characterizes the figure skating judges.]
(Chicago: Alex Perez) Another round of winter weather with snow and ice in the North and thunderstorms and tornadoes in the South reviewed; scenes shown of ice in Michigan, potholes in Chicago, Cleveland and New York City. [NYC Mayor Bill de BLASIO; car damaged, Nancy FARBER, automotive service GUY - talk about the potholes.] [Meteorologist Bernie RAYNO - says Arctic air is coming.]
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The 19 billion dollar bonanza for Ukrainian-born Jan Koum and Brian Acton, engineers who developed the WhatsApp they sold to Facebook, featured; photos shown; details given about how the app works and about the number of users. [ANALYST - comments on the app and the deal with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The rising use by Americans of sleep medications and concerns about side effects of drugs like Ambien examined; statistics on sleepless users cited; details given about the 2012 Kennedy driving accident. [Montefiore Medical Center Dr. Shelby HARRIS- lists the health issues for women and the elderly.]
(New York: Linzie Janis) A Hungarian study on how dogs understand their owners examined; YouTube videos shown; details given about how the study worked to compare the brains of dugs and humans exposed to various sounds. [RESEARCHER - comments on the dog behavior.]