This program is 29 minutes long
(Atlanta: Kate Snow) The journey of Brantly to Emory reviewed; scenes shown of the plane landing, the ambulance, Emory, Brantly in a hazmat suit; details given about Brantly's work with Samaritan's Purse in Liberia. [Emory University Jay VARKEY- comments on the hospital's safety practices.] A statement from wife Amber Brantly quoted. [Last July, voice of BRANTLY - says God called him to Liberia.] The plans to bring the other Ebola patient, Nancy Writebol, to the US noted.
(Studio: Lester Holt; Princeton: Nancy Snyderman) The treatment for Brantly in a hospital isolation room with sophisticated monitoring, the screening for people coming back from the African region discussed.
(Studio: Lester Holt) Tomorrow's coverage of the Ebola outbreak on "Meet the Press" noted.
(No location given: Miguel Almaguer) The state of emergency in Toledo, Ohio, due to toxic tap water linked to a harmful algae examined; scenes shown of people waiting for bottled water; details given about health symptoms. [MOTHER, MAN, Toledo-Lucas County health dept. Dr. David GROSSMAN, Mayor D. Michael COLLINS- comment on water.]
(New York: Ron Mott) The New York City medical examiner's ruling that suspect Eric Garner died from a police choke hold featured; video of the incident in which Garner died shown. [Widow Esaw GARNER - says she wants justice for her husband.] [Rev. Al SHARPTON - speaks out.] [Criminal defense attorney John BURNS- comments on legal options.] [On the street, two MEN - react.]
(Washington: Kristen Welker) The vacation for the "do-nothing" Congress without dealing with the immigration crisis with a passable bill examined. [Representatives Robert PITTENGER, Louise SLAUGHTER, President OBAMA - offer views on Congress.] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - criticizes the president.] ["Washington Post" David NAKAMURA, Brookings Inst. Sarah BINDER- comment on this Congress.] [President Harry S TRUMAN - criticizes Congress.]
(Gaza: Ayman Mohyeldin) The continuing war after 27 days featured; scenes shown from Gaza of the wounded, the tunnels uncovered by Israeli soldiers, the possible capture of an Israeli soldier, the rubble of homes in Gaza and a pleading Palestinian girl.
(Sedqwick and Cheyenne County, Colorado: Gabe Gutierrez) The smuggling of marijuana out of Colorado where pot is legal featured; scenes shown from eastern Colorado and the Nebraska border. [Sedgwick marijuana shop Mike COLORIDGE- says don't go east with this.] [Sidney, Nebraska, police Chief B.J. WILKINSON, Oklahoma bureau of narcotics Darrell WEAVER- comments on the cost of crime coming for Colorado.] [Colorado defense attorney Sean McALLISTER- says they get pulled over for marijuana.]