This program is 28 minutes long
(Cleveland: Linzie Janis) The announcement by pro basketball player LeBron James that he will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers featured; details given about his shift to the Miami Heat four years ago and the reaction now; scenes shown of cheering fans. [FAN, White House press secretary Joshn EARNEST- comment.]
(Studio: Richard Besser) The shutdown of the CDC's bioterrorism and flu labs after a mistake with H1N1 bird flu following anthrax and smallpox scares reviewed. [CDC director Dr. Tom FRIEDEN- reacts; states we need to improve safety in the labs.] [University of Minnesota Dr. Michael OSTERHOLM- says it can happen anywhere.]
(Israel: Martha Raddatz) Hamas rocket fire over Tel Aviv, Israel, featured; scenes shown of a shelter, the rocket intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system, a family hiding outside; details given about the likelihood of a ground offensive by Israel into Gaza. [Israeli Defense Forces Maj. Arye SHALLCAR- calls it scary.] A U.N. warning to Israel for striking civilian homes noted.
(Gaza City: Alex Marquardt) The anger in Gaza for Israel's air strikes featured; scenes shown from the streets of Gaza, the wounded from a mosque going to the hospital; details given about homes destroyed. [GAZAN - thanks Hamas.]
(Houston: Ryan Owens) The collapse in the courtroom in Texas by Ron Haskell, charged with the murder of six members of the Stay family, featured; scenes shown. [Prosecutor Tammy THOMAS- says he is facing his consequence.] [Defense attorney Doug DURHAM- raises the mental illness issue.] [Victim's grandmother Joyce STAY- talks about the surviving Cassidy.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The aftermath of a dangerous storm in the East and elsewhere featured; scenes shown of tornado damage, lightning in Denver and Atlanta. [MAN, lightning victim Kara RIVERS- react.] Advice for dealing with lightning while in your house outlined on screen.
(Upland, California: Nick Watt) The story of the standoff between a family and a nanny, Diane Stretton, who was fired but refuses to go, reviewed; details given about the legal issues and STretton's prior legal actions; scenes shown from Upland, California. [Homeowner Marcella BRACAMONTE- describes what happened with the nanny.] [STRETTON - says she was being exploited.] [The BRACAMONTES - respond to her.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The full story on "20/20" announced.
(No location given: Linsey Davis) A look at people, pictures and quotes that captured our imagination: actor George Clooney's feud with a British tabloid; an agonized Mets fan; a dive; a young double amputee walking.
(No location given: John Donvan) 81-year-old singer Willie Nelson profiled; performance images shown.. [NELSON - says he has not changed; talks about his music, his song "Crazy", having no regrets.]