This program is 29 minutes long
(Pentagon: Jim Miklaszewski) The investigation into charges that veterans are being treated poorly at V.A. hospitals updated; details given about the issuance of subpoenas for documents involving the hospital in Phoenix, where dozens died waiting for care. [Veteran Thomas Breen’s father-in-law Sally ELIANO- says delayed care is denied care.] [V.A. Dr. Samuel FOOTE- comments on the scheme to cover up patient wait times and patients that they didn’t have providers for.] [Representative Jeff MILLER- says the last few weeks have been a model of V.A. stonewalling.] [Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric SHINSEKI- comments on his order for a review.] [Former Marine Aaron MANKIN- comments.]
(The Weather Channel: Jim Cantore) This storm system and the forecast featured; maps/diagrams shown.
(Studio: Ann Curry) The kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls by the Boko Haram Islamic terrorist group updated; scenes shown of anguished family members waiting at the school and of protests in Los Angeles and Denver. [Mother “ESTHER” – comments.] [Secretary of State John KERRY – describes the US response.] [At the World Economic Forum in Abuja, Nigerian President Goodluck JONATHAN- says the kidnap of these girls will be the beginning of the end of terrorism in Nigeria.] [US foreign aid chief Rajiv SHAH- says this is a watershed moment.]
(Donetsk, Ukraine: Richard Engel) The crisis in Ukraine updated; scenes shown of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s huge military exercises, a TV station in Donetsk occupied by pro-Russian militiamen, and Ukrainian troops fighting militias in Mariupol. [NATO Secretary General Anders FOGH RASMUSSEN- tells Putin his behavior doesn’t belong to the 21st century.]
(Los Angeles: Joe Fryer) The controversy over Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist comments and his lifetime ban from basketball updated; new audiotape posted by Radar Online played; details given about the claim from Sterling’s wife Shelly that she wants to retain ownership. [S. Sterling’s attorney Pierce O’DONNELL- says she does not want to manage the team or do day-to-day operations.] [Santa Clara University Institute for Sports Law and Ethics Michael GILLERAN- comments on a potential legal battle.] [Last week, NBA Commissioner Adam SILVER – says this rule applies specifically to Donald Sterling.] [Clippers Coach Doc RIVERS- says Shelly wanted the players to know that she loved them.] [FAN – reacts.]
(New York: Willie Geist) The popularity of the NFL’s draft day featured; scenes shown of fans lined up outside Radio City Music Hall in New York City; details given about this season’s controversies, including the concussion settlement, the hazing accusations for former player Jonathan Martin, and murder charges against former player Aaron Hernandez. [FANS – comment.] [ESPN analyst Jon GRUDEN- says it’s a made-for-TV event now.] [Draft expert Mel KIPER Jr.- comments.]