This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Peter Alexander) The reaction to the NFL, the Rice incident & the actions of the Baltimore Ravens featured; scenes shown of commentators debating & a comedian joking about the issue. [Two football FANS, ESPN reporter Kate FAGAN@, "USA Today" reporter Nancy ARMOUR@- offer views on the NFl response.]
(New York: Hallie Jackson) The ongoing search in Virginia for a missing University of Virginia college student, Hannah Graham%, featured; surveillance scenes & Graham with Jesse Matthew, now a person of interest, shown. [Father John GRAHAM@- reads a statement about Hannah.] [Charlottesville police Chief Timothy LONGO@- talks about Hannah, the red car & Jesse Matthew.]
(Blooming Grove, Pennsylvania: Ron Allen) The ongoing manhunt for Eric Frein, who killed a Pennsylvania state trooper Bryon Dickson & wounded Alex Douglass% last week, featured; area scenes & Frein photos shown. [Pennsylvania state police Lt. Col. George BIVENS@- comments on the search for Frein.]
(White House: Kristen Welker) President Obama's preparation for going to the U.N. to discuss a coalition to defeat the ISIS terrorism group examined; scenes shown of aid worker Alan Henning@, now a captive in Syria; details given of the issue of a rift within the administration over troop strategy. [U.N. Ambassador Samantha POWER@- comments on strategy, but we are not coordinating with Iran.] [Former Joint Chief of Staff chairman Adm. Michael MULLEN@- says the President decides.] [Former Secretary of Defense Robert GATES - says some American boots on the ground will be needed.] [Senators Robert JOHNSON, Chris MURPHY@- offer views on strategy in Syria.] New development on the case of White House intruder Omar Gonzalez% & the order of an investigation about the Secret Service's handling of this fence jumper discussed.
(New York: Anne Thompson) A protest in the streets of New York City on climate change featured; scenes shown of the demonstrations in New York & around the world. [Several PROTESTERS, U.N. Secretary General BAN Ki-Moon - offer views on climate & energy.] The Paris meeting next year on greenhouse gases noted.
(New Brunswick, New Jersey: Cynthia McFadden) The White House ad campaign against sexual assault examined; It's On Us ads shown; details given about the strategies used by Rutgers University. [In discussion, Rutgers students Michael ANDERSON, Sean SUMMERS@, Kyle HOLDER, Kenan GEBIZ@- comment on guys & sex.]
(No location given: Kristen Dahlgren) The scam in which bogus invoices are sent to schools around the country examined; scenes shown from the Pioneer school in Shelton, Washington. [Pioneer Primary principal Mandy JESSEE, Better Business Bureau Rhonda METTLER@- comment on the scam.] A statement from Scholastic, Inc., denying involvement quoted.
(Houston: Janet Shamlian) The gesture at a Grand Prairie, Texas, homecoming in which a victim of bullying, Lillian SKinner%, was named Queen for a Day featured; scenes shown. [Grand Prairie High School students Anahi ALVAREZ@, Naomi MARTINEZ@, principal Lorimer ALVAREZ@, SKINNER - describe what happened in their school.]