This program is 29 minutes long
(Seyne, France: Bill Neely) The investigation in Germany of co-pilot Andrea Lubitz, who crashed the Germanwings plane Flight 9525 into the French Alps, featured; details given about his medical problems, his motivation as relayed by his ex-girlfriend; scenes shown from the mountain crash site. [French police spokesman Lt. Col. Xavier VIELENC@- says body identification is first priority.] [Helicopter pilot David HURAULT@- says there are millions of pieces....]
(Studio: Peter Alexander) Live discussion held with former NTSB investigator Greg Feith@ about the crash investigation. [FEITH - says the investigation is focused on the co-pilot & airlines cockpit protocols.]
(Los Angeles: Jacob Rascon) The crash of a Metro train in Los Angeles into a car derailing two train cars featured; photos shown.
(Rome: Kelly Cobiella) The reaction of American Amanda Knox to the decision by the Italian court to acquit of her of the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher featured; scenes & photos shown from Italy. [Last night, KNOX - expresses gratitude; says Meredith was her friend.] The possibility of a lawsuit against Italy's justice system for Knox's detention noted.
(No location given: Gabe Gutierrez) The controversy in Indiana over the state's new law, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, that would legalize discrimination against gays featured; scenes shown of protests; statements from Apple CEO Tim Cook & the NCAA quoted. [WOMAN, MAN, Governor Mike PENCE, state representative Scott PELATH@, store owner Lisa SCHWEYER?- offer views on the bill.]
(White House: Kristen Welker) New revelations about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's e-mails examined; a statement from Representative Trey Gowdy about her e-mail deletions pertaining to the Benghazi investigation quoted. [GOWDY - criticizes Clinton.] [This week, CLINTON - says "no more secrecy."] [CNBC's John HARWOOD - assesses Clinton's e-mail issue.] The political response from both sides noted.
(Lausanne: Andrea Mitchell) The talks with Iran over its nuclear program examined; scenes shown from the negotiations in Switzerland, including Secretary of State John Kerry on his bike; details given about the two key issues in the deal
(Studio: Peter Alexander) Tomorrow's coverage of the Middle East on "Meet the Press" announced.
(Brooklyn: Erica Hill) The second act for Brooklyn's King's Theatre that closed in 1977 featured; scenes & past photos shown from the New York City theater, now restored. [Borough historian Ron SCHWEIGER@, King's Theatre director Matthew WOLF@- describes the state of the building over the years.] [Singer Sarah McLACHLAN@- talks about this grand venue.] [VISITOR, Ace Theatrical Group CEO David ANDERSON@- praise the theater.]