This program is 28 minutes long
(Gaza City: Holly Williams) Israeli air strikes on Palestinian Gaza and rocket fire into Tel Aviv featured; scenes shown of strikes, evacuating families. [U.N. representative in Gaza Robert TURNER - sees no de-escalation.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's defense of Israel's military actions introduced. [On "Face the Nation," NETANYAHU - says we will defend our people and achieve the mission.]
(Johannesburg, South Africa: Debora Patta) The video message from the leader of Boko Haram, the group that kidnapped the Chibok Nigerian schoolgirls, featured; scenes shown of Abu Bakr Shekau's video and of Pakistan teenager Malala Yousafzai visiting Abuja; details given about the lack of action by the government. [MALALA - speaks out.]
(New York: Don Dahler) A new test for the early detection of Alzheimer's disease via beta amyloids in the eye examined. [NYU Langone Medical Center Dr. James GALVIN- says the pathology of the brain likely occurs in the retina; explains the importance of early detection.] The test developed by Australian researcher Sean Frost explained.
(Los Angeles: Teri Okita) Deadly lightning strikes examined; scenes shown from Rocky Mountain National Park. [Park spokesman Kyle PATTERSON - comments on the deaths.] [Hikers Mary IVERSON, Chad GREENLISS- comment on lightning strikes.]
(Cleveland: Dean Reynolds) The economic revival of Cleveland even before the return of basketball star LeBron James examined. [JAMES - talks about Cleveland.] ["Cleveland Plain Dealer" columnist Mark NAYMIK- says Cleveland outgrew the jokes.] [Downtown Cleveland Alliance Joe MARINUCCI- talks about the investment cycle in downtown and what James will do.]
(Washington: Bill Plante) How to deal with cell phone images of food in restaurants examined. [Washington Chef R.J. COOPER- explains why he opposed cell phone pictures of his food, but we have to adapt.] ["Washington Post" food editor Joe YONAN, chef Cedric MOOPALIER- comments on the images/pictures/views of food.]