New questions about the crash of Asiana Boeing 777, and whether pilots relied too much on automatic controls to fly the plane. We’re learning about how a Nevada family survived for two days in below zero temperatures after their car flipped into a ditch. There is outrage and questions over the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandel’s memorial. Time Magazine has named their person of the year. And, ABC’s David Muir with the American city putting people to work this holiday season. This and more on the World News Podcast.
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A winter blast has put two-thirds of the country under a blanket of snow, and now brutal cold air is heading from Chicago to the Northeast. General Motors makes history, naming its first woman CEO. A Nevada family was found alive days after they vanished during a heavy snow storm. 51-year-old Mary Barra will replace Dan Akerson the middle of next month. Tens of thousands packed inside FNB Stadium in Johannesburg to remember Nelson Mandela. And, ABC’s Dan Harris with the music that carried Nelson Mandela along with the persistent rhythm of change. This and more on the World News Podcast.
Millions of Americans face a wintry mess with dangerous driving conditions and travel delays at airports across the country. Americans are drinking less diet soda with declining sales of the beverage. Leaders across the globe gather in Johannesburg to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela. Prescription drug overdoses are on the rise. And ABC's Paula Faris on how to save money on auto repairs this winter. This and more on the World News Podcast.
A winter blast of ice, snow and rain causing delays at airports and making travel dangerous. Dozens of world leaders head to South Africa to attend a memorial for Nelson Mandela. Five years since Bernie Madoff’s ponzi scheme was exposed and now he’s speaking out and placing blame on his victims. Susan Boyle reveals her new health diagnosis.This and more on the World News Podcast.
A massive ice storm is moving across the country, creating treacherous conditions on roadways and power outages. Tributes for Nelson Mandela are pouring in from South Africa and around the world, as many remember the champion of freedom and hope. Former President Bill Clinton is remembering Nelson Mandela in an interview with “This Week” host George Stephanopolous. The dangers of black ice and driving during the winter season. And, ABC’s David Muir with where to find clothing that’s made right in America. This and more on the World News Podcast.