This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The findings about veterans waiting for months for appointments and the attempts to cover up the scandal examined; details given about how wait times were falsified; V.A. statement quoted. [Iraq veteran Lauren PRICE- calls the situation outrageous.] The V.A.’s plan to reduce wait times discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The number of appointments scheduled by the V.A. last month cited.
(Las Vegas: Scott Daniels) The investigation into the shooting rampage in Las Vegas by an anti-government couple reviewed; scenes shown of the restaurant where police officers Igor Soldo & Alyn Beck were killed by Jerad & Amanda Miller, who covered the bodies with a swastika and a Gadsden flag, and the Walmart where they shot Joseph Wilcox and later killed themselves after a gunfight with SWAT teams. [Las Vegas assistant Sheriff Kevin McMAHILL- describes the note pinned to Soldo; says the Millers were associated with the Nazi movement.] [Miller neighbor Kelley FIELDER- comments.]
(Mission, Texas: Anna Werner) The problem at the border with an increase in the number of unaccompanied children crossing into the US from Mexico examined; scenes shown of women & children camped on the floor of a bus station in Laredo, Texas and holding centers for children at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio and in Nogales, Arizona. [Lackland spokesperson Krista PIFERRER- says these are good conditions.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The opening of a shelter at Fort Sill, Oklahoma noted.
(Studio: Don Dahler) President Obama’s expansion of a program that makes it easier to pay back student loans featured; average loan amount cited. [Student Anthony SCHULLO- worries about going into marriage with debt.] [Economist Max WOLFF- comments on the profit for the government from the loans.] The loan forgiveness program discussed.
(San Antonio, Texas: Manuel Bojorquez) Bergdahl’s treatment after he is transferred to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio previewed; details given about the reintegration process. [Former hostage Marc GONSALVES- says it’s a phased approach in trying to re-acclimate the person back into society; recalls his first visit with his family.]
(Arlington, Virginia: Jeff Pegues) The investigation into the New Jersey crash that injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed comedian James McNair when a Walmart truck driven by Kevin Roper hit their vehicle reviewed; details given about rules meant to combat driver fatigue. [American Trucking Associations Dave OSIECKI- objects to forcing truckers to drive only during daylight hours.]
(Oakland, California: John Blackstone) A landmark court case to decide whether college athletes are entitled to a portion of the NCAA’s profits examined; courtroom sketches shown; comments from former UCLA basketball player Ed O’Bannon quoted. [O’BANNON – says enough is being brought in for everyone to share in a piece of the pie.] [NCAA lawyer Donald REMY- says what the NCAA does is not unlawful.]