This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Jeff Pegues) The gathering in Washington, DC reviewed; scenes shown of the marchers, the speakers, including Lynda Johnson Robb, Caroline Kennedy, former Presidents Jimmy Carter & Bill Clinton and Representative John Lewis, and the bell-ringing. [Attendees Edith Hill CANNON, Bill TATE - comment.] [CLINTON – says this march and that speech changed America.] [LEWIS – says a change has come.]
(Washington: Scott Pelley) The advances in civil rights after King’s speech noted.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The US plans for a strike in Syria reviewed; details given about firepower in the area and British Prime Minister David Cameron’s position. [State Department spokeswoman Marie HARF- says we believe the U.N. inspection has passed the point where it can be credible.] The outcome of quick air strikes in the past noted.
(Washington: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(On the Turkey-Syria border: Holly Williams) The latest developments in the aftermath of the chemical weapons attack updated; scenes shown of refugees at the Syria-Turkey border, U.N. inspectors in Damascus. [Syrian REFUGEE – says he is afraid for his family and he wishes America would finish Syrian President Bashir al-Assad.]
(Long Beach, California: Bill Whitaker) The story of longtime friends Dr. Clifford Hancock, who is black, & Dr. Dennis Noesen, who is white, presented on this 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's “I Have a Dream” speech. [NOESEN – says they are more alike than different; comments on Hancock’s support after the death of his son.] [HANCOCK – comments on patients’ perception of him; says he thinks his sons have a target on their back.]
(No location given: Jon LaPook) The identification of a possible therapy for age-related memory loss featured; details given about the findings involving the RbAp48 protein in mice. [Neurologist Dr. Scott SMALL- says Alzheimer’s disease and aging are distinct; discusses the study results.]