This program is 29 minutes long
(New Orleans: Matt Gutman) The new developments in the murder case against real estate millionaire Robert Durst after evidence in the HBO documentary "The Jinx" that indicated Durst said "killed them all" featured; scenes shown of Durst & the docu-series; details given about the various charges against Durst, handwriting evidence & his sanity issues. [Durst attorney Dick DeGUERIN@- comments on the ratings, not "facts."]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The FBI arrest of Air Force veteran Tairod Pugh%, who was caught in Turkey on his way to joining ISIS in Syria, examined; his letter to his wife quoted.
(Boston: Tom Llamas) The evidence today at the trial in Boston of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev% for the marathon bombing reviewed; photos shown while testimony & of the shooting at the boat in Watertown where Dzhokhar was surrounded recounted. [Stephen Silva defense attorney Jonathan SHAPIRO@- comments.]
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) The tackling of a passenger on a United plane who rushed the cockpit reviewed; scenes shown from inside the plane. [Passengers David COHEN, WOMAN - describe what happened.] Other cases of unruly fliers noted.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The resignation of Representative Aaron Schock after the controversy over his office renovation & other expenses reviewed; photos shown.
(Tel Aviv: Alex Marquardt) The political battle for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is running for re-election, featured; details given about the prospects for a victory & a coalition government.
(Santa Clara, California: Cecilia Vega) The retirement of NFL rookie Chris Borland% due to concerns about concussion injuries examined. [BORLAND - worries about health risks from concussions.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) Student behavior under fire at Penn State University, where a fraternity posted nude pictures of women, & the University of Maryland Baltimore County campus, where women's lacrosse team members wrote texts critical of teammates, examined; Penn State & PR firm for the UMBC women quoted. [UMBC athletics director Tim HALL@- comments.]