This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: Mark Potter) Duncan's worsening medical condition, the testing for those who had contact with Duncan & the hospitalization of Ebola patient Dr. Rick Sacra examined; scenes shown from a Liberian church in Dallas.. [CDC's Dr. Thomas FRIEDEN@- comments on Duncan.] [By phone, girlfriend "LOUISE" - comments.] [Baptist church minister George MASON - says Duncan came to the US to marry.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Omaha, Nebraska: Kate Snow) The return to the US of freelance cameraman Ashoka Mukpo@, who contracted Ebola in Africa, featured; scenes shown from the Nebraska Medical Center where he will be treated. [University of Nebraska Medical Center John LOWE@- explains how the ill man will be treated.] [Hospital's Dr. Philip SMITH - explains how the hospital treatment works.] [Parents Diana MUKPO@, Dr. Mitchell LEVY - comment on their son's medical care.]
(On the Turkish-Syria border: Richard En gel) The fighting along the Syria-Turkey border between ISIS & the Kurds & the questions about what the Turkish military will do featured; scenes shown of the battle & a family of 42 Syrian refugees in Turkey.
(Tokyo: Jim Maceda) The severe storm near Japan featured; scenes shown of rain; details given about the loss of Americans in Okinawa from the waves.
(White House: Kristen Welker) The Secret Service, an agency in crisis, following breakdowns in security at the White House & when President Obama was at the CDC in Atlanta examined; details given about past problems since 2009, the resignation of director Julia Pierson, the sense of complacency in the agency. [Representative Jason CHAFFETZ - says the agency is falling apart.] [Representative Elijah CUMMINGS@- says more need to go.] [Former Secret Service director Ralph BASHAM@- praises interim director Joseph Clancy.] [Senator Kelly AYOTTE@- calls for a "fresh view."] [White House adviser Dan PFEIFFER - speaks about Clancy.]
(Las Vegas: Joe Fryer) A new device that turns off a car if loan payments are not made examined; details given about starter interrupter devices for sub-prime customers & a lawsuit in the courts [Driver Mary BOLLENDER - reacts; states she needs control over her car.] [In Florida, Bubba Hill Auto Plaza Bubba HILL@, Passtime founder Stan SCHWRZ@- defend the system that disables vehicles.] [Legal Aid Center Sophia MEDINA@- quotes the law.]
(Ofallin, Missouri: Kevin Tibbles) The passion for wiffle ball in one Missouri town featured; scenes shown from the ball field next to the Nevins family Penalty Box bar. [Yellowbatz Joe & Shawn NEVINS@, several PLAYERS - talk about the game.]