This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Muhammad Lila) The secret mission to evacuate he US embassy reviewed; Pentagon photos shown; details recalled of the attack on the US mission in Beghazi two years ago. [Secretary of State John KERRY - talks about the militia violence around the embassy.] State Department travel warning cited.
(Studio: David Muir; White House: Jonathan Karl) The swift US action with security measures to prevent another Benghazi discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Further ABC News coverage of the evacuation in Libya noted.
(Studio: David Muir, Jeff Smith) The severe weather forecast over the Ohio Valley with possible tornadoes and thunderstorms with cooler air to follow discussed; weather map shown.
(Gaza: David Wright) Word of a possible cease-fire in the battle between Israel and Hamas in Gaza featured; scenes shown from Gaza of people in the streets, including a run on an ATM and cleanup, during a temporary humanitarian cease-fire, wrecked homes.
(New York: Linzie Janis) The scare in the air with an unruly passenger, Ali Shahi, making threats about bombing Canada featured; video shown of the Canadian SWAT team on the plane. [Two PASSENGERS - describe what happened.] [ABC consultant John NANCE- comments on the air activity; questions the over-reaction by SWAT.]
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The manhunt in Philadelphia for two men who carjacked an SUV and crashed into a street corner killing three children featured; scenes shown; details given about the series of carjackings in northern New Jersey. [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT, New Jersey acting attorney general John HOFFMAN- comment on carjackings.] Tips on how to avoid carjacking outlined.
(Washington: Bazi Kanani) A consumer victory with legislation making it legal to unlock your cell phone to use it with another network examined. ["Wall Street Journal" personal tech columnist Joanna STERN- explains the benefits of this unlocking freedom for cell phone users.] President Obama's plans to sign the bill into law noted.
(Studio: Byron Pitts) The controversy over the NFL's light penalty for football player Ray Rice for his behavior with his then-fiance in a casino elevator in Atlantic City examined; video shown; details given about other player penalties. ["USA Today" columnist Christine BRENNAN- questions commissioner Roger Goodell's decision.] [Baltimore Ravens fan Ashley WILSON- comments on Rice.] [In May, RICE - comments.]