This program is 29 minutes long
(Atlanta: Vicente Arenas) The return to the US of Dr. Kent Brantly, a missionary who contracted the Ebola virus in west Africa, featured; scenes shown of Brantly, plane, ambulance, walking into Emory University Hospital, where he will be kept isolated. [Emory University Jay VARKEY- comments on the safety practices.] [DOCTOR - says we can provide optimum care.] The plans for the return of the other infected worker noted.
(Tel Aviv: Charlie D'Agata) The war by Israeli forces against the Hamas tunnel system in Gaza featured; scenes shown of explosions; details given about the search for missing Israeli soldier Hadar Goldin. [Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - comments on fighting Hamas.] [Military spokesman Peter LERNER - comments on Goldin's condition.] What Netanyahu is saying discussed.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Gaza: Barry Petersen) Israel's 8-year blockade of Gaza examined; scenes shown of a crowded home; details given about the damages to the power facility. [Palestinian engineer Mustafa el-HAWI- says cement is the key for Gaza construction.]
(Washington: Mark Albert) The state of emergency in Toledo, Ohio, due to toxic tap water linked to algae examined; details given about the side effects of the toxin in the water and the earlier water contamination in West Virginia; scenes shown of water distribution systems. [Mayor D. Michael COLLINS- talks about the water supply.]
(New York: Anna Werner) What Garner's family is saying about his death presented; cell phone videos of the choke hold move by an officer shown; details given about the specifics of the medical examiner's findings. [Widow Esaw GARNER - says she wants justice.] [Garner's mother Gwen CARR- says the office should be charged with homicide.]
(New York: Vinita Nair) The corruption trial of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, examined; scenes shown of the McDonnells and businessman Johnny Williams, the key witness against them. [Center for Public Integrity reporter Dave LEVENTHAL - says it's about sex and money.]
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The story of former football player Brian Banks, who will work for the NFL, presented; details given about the wrongful rape case that sent him to prison. [Voice of BANKS - says this is an opportunity of a lifetime: to work for the NFL.] [In 2012, 2013, BANKS - says he wanted to be free and he chased the dream.]