This program is 29 minutes long
(Ft. Hood: Mark Potter) The investigation into the shooting by Spc. Ivan Lopez at Ft. Hood in Texas updated; details given about his confrontation with other soldiers; photos shown of S/Sgt. Carlos Lazaney Rodriguez, Sgt. Timothy Owens, and SFC Daniel Ferguson, who died, and Sgt. Jonathan Westbrook, who was wounded; details given of questions about security. [Army Criminal Investigation Command Chris GREY, Owens’ mother Mary MUNTEAN, Senator Ted CRUZ, Westbrook’s father Theodis WESTBROOK, Lt. Gen. Mark MILLEY- comment.]
(Guayanilla, Puerto Rico: Stephanie Gosk) The reaction in Lopez’s hometown of Guayanilla, Puerto Rico featured; statement from his father quoted; details given about the town’s history of enlisting in the military. [Neighbor/veteran Wilfredo RAMIREZ- comments.]
(Kabul: Richard Engel) The changes in Kabul with the departure of US forces & aid reviewed; scenes shown from Kandahar of a school where women can study; details given about the suspension of US aid that could force the school to close. [School founder Ehsan ULLAH- explains what the school means for the women.] [STUDENT – describes the reaction of her in-laws to her studying.] [New York student Caroline BURKE- comments on skyping with Nargis at the Kandahar school.]
(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Katy Tur) The search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 updated; animation shown of pinger locators that are searching underwater for the black boxes.
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) Concern about the Puente Hills thrust fault that runs through downtown Los Angeles examined; scenes shown of the damage from the quake one week ago; details given about the threat to bridges and buildings, including hospitals. [Mayor Eric GARCETTI- speaks about minimizing damage and loss of life.] [Seismologist Lucy JONES- says we’re trying to prevent the end of Los Angeles.]
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The play “Camp David,” about former President Jimmy Carter and his efforts to forge a peace in the Middle East, reviewed; scenes shown from the play in Washington, DC with Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter in the audience. [Actor Richard THOMAS, playwright Lawrence WRIGHT- comment.]