This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Rehema Ellis) An earthquake in southern California featured; scenes shown of debris, things on shelves falling, an overturned car etc.; details given about aftershocks. [Three PEOPLE, baseball announcer Vin SCULLY, USGS Robert GRAVES- describe what happened.]
(Arlington, Washington: Miguel Almaguer) The search for survivors in the mudslide of a week ago in Washington state featured; scenes shown from the muddy site of a moment of silence. [Director for public safety Gary HAAKENSON- says it is a slow process.] [Snohomish County fire dept. Steve MASON- comments on the search.] [Resident Seth JEFFORDS- says it's all gone: his wife and granddaughter.]
(Washington: Kerry Sanders) The investigation into the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 reviewed; scenes shown of ocean garbage, search planes over the Indian Ocean; details given about the confusion in Malaysia. [Former NTSB investigator Greg FEITH- says we need bright yellow debris.] [China expert Ken LIEBERTHAL- outlines what China needs to do.] [Today, Malaysian acting transport minister Hishamuddin HUSSEIN- comments on the search for survivors.] [Passenger Philip Wood's girlfriend Sara BAJC- questions the Malaysian government.]
(White House: Kristen Welker) US-Russian diplomacy over the Ukraine crisis examined; details given about Secretary of State John Kerry's coming Paris meeting with his Russian counterpart following the phone call from Russian President Vladimir Putin to President Obama yesterday about solutions.
(Kabul: Richard Engel) A Taliban militant attack in Afghanistan on the eve of elections featured; scenes shown from the site of an attack in Kabul handled by security forces.
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: Chuck Todd) The developments in the New Jersey political scandal over the last three days reviewed; details given about a report, Christie's TV interviews, his press conference and his political ambitions; photos of Christie with all the staffers tied to the bridge incident shown.
(Chicago: Ron Mott) The issue of whether college athletes are employees who can unionize examined; details given about the Northwestern University football case; details given about the NLRB decision deeming them employees of the college. [Former Northwestern player Kain COLTER- says we deserve our rights and should have a voice in our working conditions.] ["Washington Post" sports columnist John FEINSTEIN- says it will be about money.] The view held by Northwestern that the players are student-athletes noted. [NYU school of law Richard EPSTEIN- suggests the schools be pro-active.] [Two STUDENTS - offer views.]
(New York: Erica Hill) The craze for the Candy Crush video game examined; game shown. [King.com games guru Tommy PALM- talks about the popularity of the game.] [Game PLAYERS, The Verge editor Joshua TOPOLSKY, interior designer Jane MOGUL, husband Peter PITT - talk about the game.]
(No location given: Jill Rappaort) The story of Sassy, the dog, who went missing 17 months ago, presented; scenes shown of the dog who had wound up in a foster home 400 miles from home in Kentucky. [Dog owner Cindy ROMNS - talks about Sassy.] [Foster volunteer April SMITH- says we found the dog had a microchip.] [ASPCA Gail BUCHWALD- praises the chip system.]