This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) New details about Syed Farook & Tashfeen Malik, the San Bernardino, California, shooters examined; scenes of a high school that might have been the couple's target & photos of Malik shown. [FBI director James COMEY@- says we are investigating whether they had other plans; states they talked jihad before marrying.] [Former counterterrorism official Richard CLARKE@- says visa applicant e-mails are not examined.] Malik's Facebook pages shown & quoted. The FBI investigation of Farook's friend Enrique Marquez about a planned 2012 attack discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The couple's secret messages that used apps for encryption examined; details given about the use of messages between the Garland, Texas, shooter & overseas terrorists.
(Chicago: Alex Perez) The street protests against the embattled mayor featured; scenes shown of the crowds on Michigan Ave. [EMANUEL - takes responsibility.] [Protester Trave GRANT@- complains.]
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) The courtroom outburst from Robert Deer, who went on a shooting rampage in Colorado last month at a Planned Parenthood office, featured; scenes shown from court. [DEER - rambles on.]
(Burien, Washington: Neal Karlinsky) The deadly storm in the Northwest reported; scenes shown of flood waters, mudslides, landslide damage. [Residents Tyler FORD, MAN - react.]
(Studio: David Muir, Rob Marciano) The storm weather forecast discussed; weather maps shown.
(Porter ranch, California: Kayna Whitworth) The methane gas cloud over California from a gas leak featured; infrared images shown. [Homeowners group attorney R. Rex PARRIS@- calls for evacuation.] [Southern California Gas Co. Javier MENDOZA@- downplays concern about the gas.] [L.A. County dept. of public health deputy dir. Angelo BELLOMO@- says this drags on.]
(San Bernardino, California: Matt Gutman) The investigation into fires on hoverboards examined; scenes a burning board in Washington state & map of state incident being looked at by the Consumer Products Safety Adm.
(New York: David Wright) The mysteries behind the famous "Mona Lisa" painting examined; scanning images indicating three paintings underneath shown. [Scientist Pascal COTTE@, art historian Andrew GRAHAM-DIXON@- comment.]