This program is 29 minutes long
(Donetsk, Ukraine: Clarissa Ward) The Ukrainian government’s campaign to take back eastern parts of the country from pro-Russian forces reviewed; scenes shown of government troops moving toward Slavyansk, an angry crowd, an injured pilot being paraded around, and militants storming a government building in Donetsk; details given about the takedown of 2 helicopters. An incident involving the news crew at a roadblock, including the beating of one crewmember, discussed.
(New York: Anthony Mason) The latest jobs report reviewed; statistics, including the underemployment rate, cited. [Belly founder Logan LaHIVE- comments on hiring.] [Societe Generale Aneta MARKOWSKA- notes people are dropping out of the labor force.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) A case of the MERS virus brought back to the US from Saudi Arabia by an Indiana health care worker featured; map shown; countries in the Middle East where deaths have occurred listed. [CDC Dr. Anne SCHUCHAT- comments on efforts to contact the plane passengers.]
(Waseca, Minnesota: Jamie Yuccas) The discovery of 17-year-old John LaDue’s plan to kill his family and attack his school in Minnesota with bombs reviewed; scenes shown of the storage unit where LaDue stashed weapons and of the playground where he tested his bombs; details given about the weapons and journal in his bedroom. [Waseca Police Capt. Kris MARKESON, 911 caller Chelsea SCHELLHAS- comment.]
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) Speaker of the House John Boehner’s announcement that a special committee led by Representative Trey Gowdy will investigate the 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya featured; remarks from Boehner and email from Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes quoted. [GOWDY – comments on the administration’s initial claim that the attack was related to an internet video.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The fact that Rhodes is the brother of CBS president David Rhodes noted.
(Johannesburg: Debora Patta) The kidnapping in Nigeria of teenage schoolgirls by Boko Haram terrorists reviewed; scenes shown of a demonstration by family members, the school in Chibok, which was burnt to the ground, and a girl who escaped.
(Bessemer, Alabama Vicente Arenas) The job of National Weather Service storm survey teams to investigate tornado damage featured; scenes shown from Bessemer, Alabama. [Meteorologist Jim STEFKOVICH- explains how the information is used.]
(Nashville, Tennessee: Steve Hartman) An intervention staged by YMCA members in Nashville, Tennessee when they suspected fellow member Lauryn Lax was anorexic featured. [“Y” members Andy CLOUGH, Johnny PHIPPS, Fields STRINGFELLOW, Judith HILL- comment on Lauryn’s appearance and their decision to take her to the hospital.] [LAX – says they were the instigators of starting her recovery.]