This program is 29 minutes long
(Beijing: Seth Doane) An underwater signal picked up by a Chinese ship that may be from the black boxes of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 featured. [Acting Malaysian transport minister Hishamuddin HUSSEIN- says we will continue to search.] What comes next in the investigation using sonar to look for wreckage discussed.
(Kabul Charlie D'Agata) The strong voter turnout in the Afghan presidential election despite Taliban threats featured; scenes shown of the voters in Kabul; details given about the three leading candidates. [Two Afghan VOTERS - comment.] The predicted surge in violence that did not materialize discussed; photos shown of two female journalists who were attacked in eastern Afghanistan with the medical health of wounded Kathy Gannon updated.
(Ft. Wood: Anna Werner) The aftermath of the shooting at the military base at Ft. Hood, Texas, featured; scenes from Ft. Hood with photos of the three murdered soldiers, Carlos Lazane, Sgt. Tim Owens and Sgt. Daniel Ferguson shown. [By phone, shooting victim Sgt. Jonathan WESTBROOK- describes what happened in the shooting.] [Representative John CARTER - talks about wounded Maj. Patrick Miller.]
(No location given: Marlie Hall) The trouble for the sailing family Eric and Charlotte Kaufman, who lost steering off the coast of Mexico and had a sick baby, Lyra, that needed to be rescued, featured; photos shown from their boat; details given about their planned world trip. [C. Kaufman's sister-in-law April MORISET- comments on their safety.] [California Air National Guard Maj. Brian FINNERTY- says the baby is stable.]
(London: Kelly Cobiella) The return of the ebola virus to African countries featured; scenes shown from Guinea; details given about how the virus is spread; clips shown from the film "Outbreak." [Council on Foreign Relations Laurie GARRETT- talks about quarantine.]
(Los Angeles: Teri Okita) An ongoing television dispute that is preventing fans of baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers from seeing the games examined; details given about the Time Warner contract. ["Los Angeles Times" sports columnist Bill PLASCHKE- comments on the problem.] [Two FANS - react to not being able to hear Vin Scully and the Dodgers.]
(New York: Vinita Nair) The New York City music program called Harmony in which kids get trained to play instruments with world renowned musicians featured; scenes shown of a rehearsal. [Young cellist Wagner MONTERO - talks about playing.] [Cellist Patrick GEE - talks about music appreciation.] [Harmony Program founder Anne FITZGIBBON- talks about the music program for kids.]