This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: Ron Mott) Mistakes made by the Dallas hospital where Ebola patient Thomas Duncan died featured; details given about the decision to send him home despite his fever and other symptoms; statement from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital quoted. [CDC director Dr. Thomas FRIEDEN- says Ebola is like AIDS.] [Duncan family spokesperson Saymendy LLOYD- expresses outrage.] [Vanderbilt University Hospital Dr. William SCHAFFNER- says a patient with 103 is usually pretty darn sick.] [Ebola survivor Dr. Kent BRANTLY- says his heart is broken for Duncan’s family.] [Representative Mike McCAUL- assesses the response.] [Dallas Mayor Mike RAWLINGS- says he doesn’t believe race was a factor in Duncan’s treatment.] The condition of the Nebraska patient noted.
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Hallie Jackson) Questions about the government’s preparedness with procedures for protecting airline passengers from Ebola examined; details given about incidents on a Delta flight in Las Vegas and a US Airways flight from Philadelphia; passenger response quoted; map shown of airports that will begin screening.
(Clayton, Missouri: Ron Allen) The tension in St. Louis over the shooting of teen VonDerrit Myers 2 months after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri featured; surveillance tape shown; details given about the police claim that Myers fired first; scenes shown of a protest; talk radio comments played. [Parents Syreeta & VonDerrit MYERS, PROTESTOR - comment.] Previous charges against Myers noted.
(New York: Anne Thompson) The backlash over remarks Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s made about women in the workplace at a women's technology conference examined; social media responses and statement from Nadella quoted; median salary figures for women & men cited. [NADELLA - says women who don’t ask for a raise have good karma.] [MAN, WOMAN – react.] [MSNBC’s Mika BRZEZINSKI- says it felt like shades of the 1950s.] [Financial expert Suze ORMAN- says powerlessness has never attracted money and never will.]
(No location given: Richard Engel) The deepening mystery over the whereabouts of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reviewed; scenes shown from the Workers’ Party celebration; details given of speculation over his health or a political coup.
(Birmingham, England: Keir Simmons) The selection of 17-year-old Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai, who survived being shot by the Taliban for advocating a girl’s right to education, to win the Nobel Peace Prize featured. [YOUSAFZAI - comments.] The other Peace Prize recipient, Kailash Satyarthi, who fought against the exploitation of children in India, noted. [SATYARTHI – comments.]
(Washington: Tom Costello) The deadly flu season featured; details given about the short supply of injectable vaccine and about how the flu spreads. [Children’s & Women’s Physicians of Westchester Dr. Vicki IANNOTTI, mother Viviana ROMERO, Medstar Washington Hospital Center Dr. Jeff DUBIN- comment.]
(Santa Monica, California: Joe Fryer) The pledge by drivers in California not to wash their cars due to the drought and water restrictions featured; scenes shown of dirty cars; details given about the role of Ventura radio station, The Vibe. [Drivers Heidi KIEWIT, MAN - comment.] [Los Angeles Waterkeeper Liz CROSSON- explains the goal.] [Fashion Square Car Wash Jeffrey PAUL- says his car wash recycles water.]