This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Tom Costello) The latest developments in the search for the missing plane updated; details given of criticism of Malaysia’s handling of the search and the request for help from the FBI in analyzing computer information, including a flight simulator, from the homes of Capt. Zaharie Shah and co-pilot Fariq Hamid; map shown of the priority search zone. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER, police Inspector General Tan Sri Khalid Abu BAKAR, former computer forensic analyst Mark RASCH, Australian Maritime Safety Authority John YOUNG, retired 777 Capt. Tom CASEY- comment.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Kuala Lumpur: Keir Simmons) The frustration and grief of the families of the missing featured; scenes shown of security officers dragging away a screaming woman; details given about the show of support from relatives of those who perished on Air France Flight 449.
(Washington: Pete Williams) The agreement by Toyota to pay over a billion dollars after admitting it misled the public and the government about problems that caused cars to accelerate suddenly examined; 911 call from the crash that killed Highway Patrol Officer Mark Saylor and his family played. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER, safety expert Sean KANE- comment.] The GM ignition switch investigation mentioned.
(Eastern Ukraine: Richard Engel) Concerns that Russian President Vladimir Putin will go further into Ukraine after annexing Crimea featured; scenes shown of pro-Russia militias storming the Ukrainian navy headquarters in Sebastopol, Ukrainian troops evacuating, and a Russian commander warning the Ukrainians not to resist. [Vice President Joe BIDEN – warns Russia about economic isolation.]
(Studio: Nancy Snyderman) The greater risk of Alzheimer’s for women than men examined; statistics cited; details given about the challenges of being a caregiver. [Alzheimer’s Assn. Maria CARRILLO, caregivers/authors Vicky RUPPERT, Ann HENDERBERG- comment.]
(Colorado Springs: Joe Fryer) The story of Colorado student Suzy Luff, who started knitting hats for premature babies at age 14, presented; details given about Suzy’s creation of the Hats 4 Hope non-profit. [Parent Mandy DOUGLAS, LUFF, Children’s Hospital Colorado nurse Sharon ENOCH, VOLUNTEER, parent Lindsay AMBROSE- comment.]