This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The extreme rainy and hot weather for the weekend previewed; scenes shown of wildfires; details given about the development of Hurricane Bud. The hot temperatures for the Indianapolis 500 auto race discussed.
(Washington: David Kerley) An air scare on an American Airlines flight in Miami and the earlier problem this week with a woman who claimed to have an implanted device reviewed; details given about the role of passengers on troubled flights. [Passenger Malik CANN- describes what happened.] [In March, David GONZALEZ - comments on the JetBlue pilot incident.] [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT- says we have to be aware.]
(Studio: David Muir, Dan Abrams) The question as to why Hernandez was never questioned in the Patz case discussed.
(Greensboro, North Carolina: Bob Woodruff) The jury deliberations in the trial of former Senator John Edwards for misusing campaign funds examined; details given about juror questions about the evidence, including the notea to Edwards from wealthy donors Bunny Mellon and Fred Baron and the "Nightline" interview in which Edwards lied.
(Studio: David Muir, Dan Abrams) The indications of juror behavior in the Edwards trial discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) Vice President Joe Biden's revelations about his grief over the loss of his wife and child 40 years ago presented. [With veterans, BIDEN - says he knew something bad happened to his wife and children.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) New questions about the false claims made by sunscreen manufacturers examined; details given about the supposed new rules for sunscreen that have been delayed. [Environmental Working Group David ANDREWS- cites the consumers' predicament of misleading claims.] [FDA scientist Reynold TAN- defends giving the companies extra time to change.] [Dermatologist Dr. Alo HENDI- shows how much sunscreen to use.]
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The traffic jam of mountain climbers heading for the peak on Mt. Everest on the last weekend of the climbing season featured; night scenes and photos shown; details given about the dangers of the climb. [National Geographic's Mark JENKINS- says many climbers have no business being here.] [1996 Everest climber Nick BEIDLEMAN- says things go wrong in a hurry.]