This program is 20 minutes long
(Arlington, Virginia: David Kerley) The hard landing in Canada for an Air Canada Flight 614 during a snowstorm reviewed; scenes shown from Halifax. [Passengers Dominic STETTLER@, Leon YU@, Air Canada CEO Klaus GOERSCH@- describe what happened in the landing.] [ABC News John NANCE@- raises questions about what happened in the skid.]
(Cologne, Germany: Alex Marquardt) The "Bild" newspaper report from the cockpit voice recorder of the Germanwings plane Flight 9525 that was crashed into the French Alps by co-pilot Andreas Lubitz featured; scenes shown of Lubitz in a glider & diagram from inside the plane; details given of the cockpit exchange before & during the plane's descent & crash; details given about Lubitz's illnesses.
(Lausanne, Switzerland; Terry Moran) The talks with Iran over its nuclear program examined; scenes shown from the negotiations in Switzerland; details given about the specifics & critical issues of the deal for both sides. [IAEA general director Yukiya AMANO@- talks about the deal.]
(Indianapolis: Gio Benitez) The outrage over the new Indiana law, the Religious Freedom Act, that can discriminate against gays, examined; scenes shown of protests. [For "This Week," Governor Mike PENCE - speaks about the state law: protecting religious liberty.] Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Apple CEO Tim Cook & basketball analyst Charles Barkley quoted in opposition to the law.
(No location given: Clayton Sandell) The new Fast & Furious movie with a digital double for the late actor Paul Walker, who was killed in a car accident, featured; film clips shown, ["Variety" Peter DEBRUGE@- outlines the options.] ["The Hollywood Reporter" Matthew BELLONI@- talks about the technology.]