This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) A terrorism attack by two gunmen at a museum in Tunisia featured; scenes shown from the site & of antiquities being destroyed in Mosul, Iraq. [Antiquities Coalition Peter HERDRICH@- asks are our museums safe.]
(Mesa: Kendis Gibson) A shooting spree in Mesa, Arizona, reviewed; scenes shown from the several sites. [Mesa police Det. Esteban FLORES@, STUDENT, interim police Chief John MEZA@- comment.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The telephone death threats against US Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy examined; details given about the recent attack on US Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert. [State Department spokeswoman Jen PSAKI@- comments.] [Last year for ABC, KENNEDY - jokes.]
(New Orleans: Matt Gutman) The day's 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; details given about new evidence found in New Orleans, the Karen Mitchell disappearance case & the weapons charges in Louisiana.
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The cold & rainy weather discussed; temperature & weather maps shown.
(State College, Pennsylvania: Linzie Janis) The suspension at Penn State University of a fraternity, Kappa Delta Rho, due to Facebook photos of nude women, the University of Houston's suspension of Sigma Chi for hazing & the investigation of SAE chapters after the University of Oklahoma racism incident examined; scenes shown from the campus. [State College police Chief Tom KING@- calls the pictures graphic.] [STUDENT - comments.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The controversy over "RaceTogether" on Starbucks coffee cups to inspire talk about race relations examined. [Starbucks CEO Howard SCHULTZ@- says we want to make a difference.] [Two CUSTOMERS - offer views.]
(Bellingham. Washington: Neal Karlinsky) The explosion of a playroom in a home in Washington state featured; scenes shown of the blast when the boiler blew. [Father Chris RENOUD@- reacts.] [Plumber Art FAVINGER@- shows pressure valves.]
(Diane Sawyer) The untold stories of the movie classic "The Sound of Music" 50 years later presented
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Studio & Austria: Diane Sawyer) One of the stories behind the making of "The Sound of Music" presented; scenes shown from the mountain in Austria. [Actress Julie ANDREWS - recounts being on the mountain under a helicopter.] Tonight's special discussed.