This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Terrell Brown) The record heat wave, a snowstorm warning in Montana, Hurricane Bud and Tropical Storm Beryl examined; scenes shown of the wildfires in New Mexico and California. [Californian Trish COPELAND, National Weather Service Chris VACCARO, Indy 500 fan Ann HOYA- comment on aspects of the weather.]
(London: Charlie D'Agata) A massacre of children in the uprising in Syria featured; scenes shown from Houla of the sheet-wrapped bodies, shelling in the town, the bodies, the U.N. observers, demonstrations and shooting. [UMSMIS chief Gen. Robert MOOD- calls this unacceptable.]
(Cairo: Elizabeth Palmer) The potential for change in Egypt with these elections with the ruling military government still in place examined; scenes shown of unrest; details given about the crackdown by the military after President Hosni Mubarak was forced out. [Refusing to vote, activist Iman NUR- comments on the "system"; states we were stabbed in the back.]
(Rome: Allen Pizzey) The scandal at the Vatican with the pope's butler, Paolo Gabriele, accused of leaking secret papal documents examined; details given about charges he had secret documents in his possession that were leaked to the Italian press; photos of the butler with the pope shown.
(Vancouver, Washington: Barry Petersen) The problems facing soldiers when the come home examined; scenes shown of the life of one military family; details given about the emotional disconnect. [Veteran Navy Cmdr. and wife Randy and Lori VOLKMAN- outline their family problems after mobilizations and the need to give things time.]
(New York: Elaine Quijano) The supply work at the International Space Station by the private spacecraft sent by the SpaceX company featured; scenes shown of the SpaceX Dragon that can replace the space shuttle system. [Flight engineer Don PETTIT- describes the Dragon.] [SpaceX founder Elan MUSK - talks about the future for space travel.] [Commercial Space Flight Foundation Michael LOPEZ-ALEGRIA- talks about using US hardware for space.]