This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: David Kerley) The extreme heat in Washington, DC and across the country featured; scenes shown from St. Louis, derailed trains in DC and Chicago, storm damages in Alabama; details given of concerns about electricity and water shortages. [Two PEOPLE, Maryland homeowner Jean GWALTNEY- comment on the heat.] [Former NTSB director Peter GOELZ- explains what heat does to the train rails.]
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The forecast as the cold front comes in next week discussed; weather and temperature maps shown.
(Studio: David Muir, Bianna Golodryga) The jobs numbers, the average work week and pay numbers and the reasons for the economic slowdown discussed.
(Leesburg, Virginia: Lisa Stark) The incidents in which pilots were blinded by lasers shined into the cockpit reviewed; scenes shown from airports; statistics cited; details given about the problem, fines and criminal penalties for laser use. [Laser expert Patrick MURPHY- shows what laser light can do.]
(Nuristan, Afghanistan: Muhammad Lila) An ABC News exclusive report on a gun battle between Afghan troops, US forces and the Taliban in Afghanistan presented; scenes shown from a valley of an Afghan-led mission that turned into a ambush firefight; details given about American air support. [CLINTON - says we are building a partnership with Afghanistan.]
(New York: Tanya Rivero) The results of the final autopsy for Mary Kennedy, estranged wife of RObert Kennedy, Jr., who committed suicide in May, examined; details given about her personal problems. [New York University Dr. Sudeepta VARMA- explains the effect of the medication combination she took.] [Sister-in-law Kerry KENNEDY- talks about her battle with depression.]
(Studio: David Muir; Wimbledon: Hannah Storm) Serena's comeback and her relations with sister Venus and the mania in Britain for men's finalist Andy Murray discussed. [After winning, S. WILLIAMS - thanks everybody.]
(Studio: David Muir) Tomorrow's Wimbledon recap announced.
(Studio: Bazi Kanani) Reports that the Los Angeles coroner's office has changed the wording of the cause of death for actress Natalie Wood, who drowned off a boat in California over 30 years ago, featured; details given about the latest investigation into the Wood death case, including a fight between Wood and husband Robert Wagner. [Boat captain Dennis DAVERN- comments.] [In 2008, WAGNER - speculates on her death.] [Consultant Brad GARRETT- admits investigators are stuck.]