This program is 29 minutes long
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The background of a male patient at Mt. Sinai Hospital, the treatment of Brantly at Emory, how he and volunteer Nancy Writebol were infected featured. [Mt. Sinai Hospital Dr. Kevin CHASON- comments on the symptoms.] [SIM's Bruce JOHNSON- talks about Nancy's health.] The casualties of the disease in west Africa cited.
(Studio: David Muir, Richard Besser) The CDC's testing of possible Ebola patients, the untested experimental drug, the problems in the transmission of Ebola discussed.
(Forest Falls, California: Brandi Hitt) The flash flooding in southern California leading to the mudslides featured; scenes shown of a car that was swept away, storm water, wildfires in California. [Lost house, MAN - comments.]
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The flash flood and fire threats in the West, Hurricanes Iselle and Bertha discussed; weather maps shown.
(Toledo: Linzie Janis) The safety of city drinking water examined; scenes shown from Toledo, Ohio, where the algae bloom made the drinking water toxic; details given about 40 states with toxic algae. [Toledo resident Becky HASLINGER- praises water.] [National Wildlife Federation Frank SZOLLOSI- cites how the algae gets there.]
(New York: Ryan SMith) The trial in Michigan of a homeowner who shot a woman, Renisha McBride, on his front porch in November after a car crash featured; scenes shown from the courtroom where defendant Theodore Wafer testified; details given about racial aspects of the case.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) Brady's gun control mission after the shooting reviewed; scenes shown of the shooting on March 30, 1981, that left Brady partially paralyzed; details given about the Brady Bill on handgun purchases.
(New York: Cecilia Vega) The documentary from director James Cameron about the journey to the ocean's floor featured; scenes shown from the deep dive in the western Pacific. [CAMERON - talks about the complete isolation.]