This program is 28 minutes long
(Spring, Texas: Ryan Owens) A deadly shooting spree by Ron Haskell in Texas that killed six members of the Stay family featured; scenes shown from a suburban neighborhood near Houston of a police chase and standoff; details given about Haskell's past legal problems. [Harris County constable Ron HICKMAN- comments on the tragedy.] [Stay family friend Paul SLAWINSKI- says she saved lives.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The expulsion from Germany of the CIA station chief due to a spying case reviewed; details given about President Obama's promise to German Chancellor Angela Merkel after the surveillance case.
(Tel Aviv: Hamish Macdonald) The rocket and missile exchange in and out of Gaza featured; scenes shown from the streets of Tel Aviv during a warning, a school shelter during exams; details given about a possible ground offensive and civilian victims in Gaza. [ISRAELI - says there is a war.]
(Gaza City: Alex Marquardt) The death toll in Gaza from Israeli air strikes featured; scenes shown of the civilian wounded, the family's reaction, a Palestinian funeral.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A correction to a picture aired by ABC News on Tuesday of victims who are actually Palestinians in Gaza after an air strike by Israel presented.
(New York: Ginger Zee) The wild weather coming after the typhoon affecting the jet stream reviewed; satellite photos, weather maps and an illustration shown.
(Qatar& Studio: Brian Ross) The soccer shocker to play the 2022 World Cup in the Arabian desert country of Qatar examined; scenes shown from hot Qatar; details given about allegations of bribery around businessman Mohammed bin Hammam. ["Sunday Times" editor Jonathan CALVERT- says Hamman is using a secret slush fund.] [In 2011, HAMMAM - denies giving cash gifts.]
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The fever over whether pro basketball star LeBron James of the Miami Heat will change teams examined; details given about the rumors about where he will go and the reaction when he left Cleveland four years ago. [ESPN analyst Tom PENN- comments on Cleveland.]
(San Diego, California: Cecilia Vega) The controversy over the family stranded at sea 900 miles off the coast of Mexico examined; map shown; details given of the rescue by the National Guard after their satellite phone went out. [Charlotte and Eric KAUFMAN- describe what happened on their boat; state they were not reckless to take their kids along.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The announcement by singer Garth Brooks he will return back to the concert stage examined.; photos shown [BROOKS - admits he is scared and old, but wants a second career.] ["Rolling Stone" music journalist Alan LIGHT- speculates about whether he can comeback as an "A" list artist.]