This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The treatment in New York City of Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer & the mandatory quarantine policies in three states featured. [Voice of Ebola patient Nancy WRITEBOL - talks about her plasma donation.] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE, NIH Dr. Anthony FAUCI@- offer differing opinions on Ebola policies.] A statement from quarantines nurse Kaci Hickox quoted. [New York City Mayor Bill de BLASIO@- comments on Spencer.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Ghana: Chris Jansing) The visit to west Africa by US Ambassador to U.N. Samantha Power featured; scenes shown of Power with the president of Guinea; details given of concerns about quarantining American health workers. [POWER - calls for responsibility so medical help are treated as heroes.] [US Ambassador to Guinea Alexander LASKARIS@- comments on policy.]
(Marysville, Washington: Joe Fryer) The Friday school shooting in Marysville, Washington, by Jaylen Fryberg reviewed; scenes from church services & photos of the shooter & victims shown. [Student Austin JAMES - reacts.] [Marysville Education Assn. Randy DAVIS@- agrees teacher Megan Silberberger% is a hero.] The June shooting at Seattle Pacific University & the gun initiatives issues noted. [Antigun violence advocate Trese TODD@, Citizens Committee for the Right to Bear & Keep Arms Alan GOTTLIEB@- offer differing opinions on the gun initiatives.]
(On the Turkish-Syrian border: Richard Engel) The fighting in Kobani, Syria, between ISIS & Kurdish nationalist forces featured; scenes shown from Kobani where women & elders fight, funeral services in Turkey.
(White House: Kristen Welker) The role for First Lady Michelle Obama in the 2014 Senate campaigns featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail. [OBAMA - campaigns.] ["New York Times" Carolyn RYAN@- assesses first ladies in politics.] ["The Rothenberg Political Report" Stuart ROTHENBERG@- downplays the first ladies effect.] The four key Senate races outlined on screen.
(Denver: Harry Smith) The concern in Colorado about marijuana in the schools examined. [Principal Ron CASTAGNA%, three STUDENTS - talk about kids getting high.]
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The lava flow on Hawaii from the Kilauea volcano featured; scenes shown of the lava approaching a small town that will evacuate. [Three RESIDENTS, Hawaii County civil defense director Darryk OLIVEIRA@- comment on the lava.]
(Arlington Heights, Illinois: Anne Thompson) The work of Arlington Heights, Illinois, football players with special needs students, who play flag football, featured; scenes shown from the field. [Football coach Joe PARDONE, two varsity football PLAYERS, Kyle HOLM?- talk about the "team" program.]