This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Kristen Welker) The evacuation of the US embassy in Tripoli, Libya, due to fighting between rival militias featured; map of the trip to Tunisia shown. [Secretary of State John KERRY - comments on the militia violence.] [Representative Ed ROYCE- talks about Marines present.] The 2012 attack on the US consulate in Beghazi recalled. [NBC counterterrorism analyst Michael LEITER- talks about the competing militias in Libya.]
(Gaza: Ayman Mohyeldin) A peaceful day in Gaza after the violence featured; scenes shown of wrecked homes, bodies, the hospital morgue, the viral video of a Palestinian shot by a sniper, a grave being dug. The rejection of the cease-fire by Hamas noted.
(Studio: Kim Cunningham) The alert for dangerous weather with severe storms with storms, hail and severe weather in the East featured; weather maps shown.
(No location given: Kristen Dahlgren) The manhunt in Philadelphia for two men who carjacked an SUV and crashed into a street corner killing three children featured; scenes shown of the accident site. [Four PEOPLE - talk about the children killed.] [Philadelphia police Capt. James CLARK - calls it a sad case.] [Deputy mayor Everett GILLISON- says turn these folks in.]
(Mission, Texas: Mark Potter) A trip along the Texas-Mexico border on the Rio Grande River featured; scenes shown from the river of the game wardens on patrol to stop immigrants crossing. [Texas game warden Capt. James DUNK- says anyone can hide there on the river.]
(Los Angeles: Joe Fryer) The benefits and problems of renting a home away from home examined; details given about the Website airbnb that manages rentals and the New York City hotel laws. [Portland, Oregon, renter Linda FITZGERALD - comments on the experience.] [Journalist Julie BORTZ- talks about a squatter case in Palm Springs.] [The Internet Assn. president Michael BECKERMAN, Portland Mayor DAna HAYNES- talk about the changes.]
(Tweksbury, Massachusetts: Ron Mott) The protest in Boston calling for the return of the owner of the Market Basket food chain Arthur T. Demoulas, who had been fired in a boardroom battle, featured; scenes shown of the demonstration; details given about the Demoulas family feud. [Northeastern University Center for Family Business Ted CLARK- talks about the business issues.] [Fired worker Tom TRAINOR- backs Artie T.]
(Orlando: Terry Sanders) The story of six-year-old Alex Pring, who was given a bionic arm designed by University of Central Florida engineering students, presented; scenes shown. [FATHER, mother Alyson PRING- talk about their son.] [University of Central Florida Albert MANERO- comments on the arm.] [Alex PRING - reacts.]