This program is 29 minutes long
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) Last night’s deadly shooting reviewed; police radio transmissions played; photo shown of 3-year-old Deonta' Howard, who was wounded; details given about the shootings in Chicago this year; the drop in Chicago’s rate of gun violence cited. [Deonta's aunt Kailynn JORDAN- comments.] [Activist DeAngelo BOYD- says people are becoming used to the violence.] [Police superintendent Garry McCARTHY- says illegal guns drive violence.] The response from Mayor Rahm Emanuel and news of 2 more shootings noted.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The homicide rate for Chicago reported.
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The fight between Republicans & Democrats in Congress over a funding bill and President Obama's Affordable Care Act updated; details given about what will happen if Congress fails to fund the government. [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER – says the American people don’t want the government shut down and they don’t want Obamacare.] [Representative John FLEMING- says we need a couple Democrats from the Senate.] [Senator Harry REID – says any bill that defunds Obamacare is dead.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI – says this place is a mess.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Obama’s reaction to the impasse noted. [In Kansas City, Missouri, OBAMA – says you don’t have to blow the whole thing up because you don’t get your way.]
(White House: Major Garrett) A possible breakthrough in US relations with Iran with a potential meeting between President Obama and new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani featured; excerpts from Rouhani’s op-ed in “The Washington Post” quoted; details given about the impact of the U.N.’s sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program.
(Lyons, Colorado: Anna Werner) The flood disaster in Lyons featured; map shown. [Sheriff Sgt. Dan BARBER- comments on his efforts to install a warning system and his cookie dough map.] [Resident Tammy GRABOWSKI, former Mayor Nicholas ANGELO- comment on the sirens.]
(New York: Elaine Quijano) The record-breaking sales of the new "Grand Theft Auto V" video game featured; game clips shown; scenes shown of lines of fans; game sales vs. the last Harry Potter movie cited. [Gamers Daniel BELL, Naomi BARNETT, FAN, mom Teresa ROTONDO- comment.]
(Little Rock, Arkansas: Steve Hartman) 81-year-old traveling broom salesman Melvin Pickens††, who is blind, featured; scenes shown of him selling brooms in Little Rock. [PICKENS – says he can’t sit around and do nothing.] [5 PEOPLE – comment on Melvin’s skills.]