This program is 29 minutes long
(Glendale, California: Cecilia Vega) Big changes for the high school SAT tests that will take place in 2016 examined; details given about some of the changes. [College Board President David COLEMAN- talks about the redesign and dismantling the advantages.] Why the changes will not be immediate discussed.
(Paris: Martha Raddatz) The red-hot crisis in Ukraine with diplomatic talks in Paris featured; scenes shown of pro-Russian protesters. [In Paris, Secretary of State John KERRY - comments on the talks.] A diplomatic treadmill while the US is watching any Russian moves discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) Plans for social media sites Facebook and Instagram to crack down on the sale of guns online examined; scenes shown from an Arizona parking lot where a gun is being sold; details given about what Facebook will do to users. [New York state attorney general Eric SCHNEIDERMAN- says it is difficult to police gun sales on the Internet.]
(Daytona Beach, Florida: Steve Osunsami) The rescue of children from a car that drove into the ocean in Florida featured; scenes shown of the minivan driven into the water by the mother, Ebony Wilkerson. [Good Samaritans Tim TESSENEER, Stacy ROBINSON, Volusia County beach safety director Mark SWANSON- describe what happened.]
(Pretoria: Hamish Macdonald) The trial in South Africa of legendary athlete Oscar Pistorius for the shooting death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, featured; various scenes and photos of Pistorius in court and a virtual view of Oscar's house shown. [In third day of trial, Kevin LERENA†- describes what happened earlier about a gun.]
(Hollywood, Florida and studio: Gio Benitez) How to get paid for your cell phone pictures featured; the Oscars' "selfie" and many other photos shown; details given about the free app "foap" and about how some companies, like MasterCard and Puma, pay for amateur photos. [Photo taker Deana VALEROSE- explains which of her photos sell.]
(Plymouth, Wisconsin: Byron Pitts) How Alzheimer's disease patients are soothed by music played on old iPods featured; scenes shown from the nursing home of old-timers listening to customized playlists. [Program founder Dan COHEN, patient's wife Jean PAESE, patient Edna HASINGER - comment.]