This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The surprising move with the industry's voluntary pulling of the medicine from the shelves featured; removed cold medicines named; details given about the coming FDA review of children's cough and cold medications. [In store, MOTHER - reacts.] [Children's National Medical Center Dr. Nathaniel BEERS, Baltimore city health Department commissioner Dr. Joshua SHARFSTEIN- give their recommendations.] [Mother Teresita BELARDO- worries about her child.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Boston: Tim Johnson) The question of parents' concerns now that these drugs are gone, optional treatments and what the FDA might recommend discussed
(Cleveland: Eric Horng) Yesterday's shooting at the Success Tech high school in Philadelphia by teen Asa Coon featured; cell phone video from inside the schools to indicate the chaos there and animated diagrams shown. [Police Chief Michael McGRATH- recounts what happened in the school.] [Student Ronald BRUCE- says he talked to teachers about Coon.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(No location given: Dan Harris) The cache of weapons found in the Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania, home of a 14-year-old boy featured; scenes of guns, knives, swords, assault rifles and hand grenades shown; details given about the kid's Website. [Montgomery County prosecutor Bruce CASTOR- comments on the weapons and the teenager, who had been bullied.]
(Al Jadidah, Iraq: Miguel Marquez) The visit by multinational forces-Iraq commander Gen. David Petraeus to the dusty little town of Al Jadidah featured; scenes shown of the general greeting the people and listening to their complaints and of the young local police force. [PETRAEUS - comments on the ongoing challenges and the progress.]
(Washington: Ned Potter) The world of nature as seen through the "critter cam," a small, waterproof video camera that gives the animal's point of view, featured; scenes shown of Emperor penguins, the Hawaiian monk seal and whales underwater. ["National Geographic" Greg MARSHALL, NOAA monk seal specialist Charles LITTNAN- talk about the footage and the scientific value of it.]