This program is 29 minutes long
(Orland, California: John Blackstone) The deadly crash reviewed; scenes shown of smoke and flames; animation shown; photos shown of Arthur Arzola & Michael Myvett, who died, and Mattison Haywood, Adrian Castro, Jennifer Bonilla, Denise Gomez, Ismael Jimenez and Marisa Serrato, who are missing. [Glenn County Sheriff Larry JONES, student Desha ARTHUR, witness Victoria POSVANVZ, Undersheriff Richard WARREN, Humboldt State University Chancellor Tim WHITE - comment.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Documents relating to GM’s delayed recall of cars with faulty ignition switches examined; 2012 message from engineer Ray DeGiorgio and internal email to CEO Mary Barra quoted. [Representative Tim MURPHY; last week, BARRA - comment.]
(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) A section of the farm bill that allows the government to seize tax refunds to settle debt more than 10 years old examined; details given about the story of FDA employee Mary Grice, whose tax returns were confiscated by the government to pay off her family’s debt; Social Security statement quoted. [GRICE, attorney Robert VOGEL – comment.]
(Pentagon: David Martin) Concerns that Russia is preparing to invade eastern Ukraine after annexing Crimea examined; photos shown of Russian military equipment massing near the border; troop buildup diagram shown.
(Rome: Allen Pizzey) The apology from Pope Francis for the sexual abuse of children by priests featured; his remarks quoted; details given about his appointment of a group of clerics and laypeople, including Cardinal Sean O'Malley and abuse survivor Marie Collins, to investigate abuse.
(Johannesburg: Debora Patta) More testimony from South African Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius at his trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp featured; audio of Pistorius responding to questions from prosecutor Gerrie Nel played; scenes shown from the courtroom.
(Bunkerville, Nevada: Teri Okita) The conflict in Nevada between rancher Cliven Bundy†† and the federal government over his refusal to pay fees to graze his cattle on federal lands examined; scenes shown of armed protestors and a confrontation between the Bundy family, demonstrators and federal agents; statement from the Bureau of Land Management quoted. [BUNDY, protestor Jim LORDY††- comment.]
(Pensacola, Florida; Steve Hartman) The story of Pensacola, Florida barber Joe Brown, who is still working at age 98, presented. [BROWN – blames the Beatles for a slow spell in barbering.] [Customers Christian WAGLEY, Josh TYNDALL- comment.]