This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Kristen Welker) The widespread power outages in the mid-Atlantic after the storms featured; scenes shown from Washington, DC, of downed trees and power lines, cooling centers in Virginia and the stranded Amtrak train. [Washington resident David RUTLAND- reacts.] [Maryland Governor Martin O'MALLEY- talks about the storm.] [PEPCO power worker Clay ANDERSON- talks about the heat conditions.] [Tim SHAY - says his devices are out!] [In gas station line, WOMAN, train RIDER - comment.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.
(Washington: Mike Seidel) The heat wave and clusters of storms featured; temperature maps shown.
(Colorado Springs: Miguel Almaguer) The Waldo Canyon fire in Colorado featured; scenes shown of evacuees returning to burned homes, the flames taking houses and Sunday church services. [Mountain Shadows homeowner and daughter Susan and Hannah SULLICH- say it's gone.] [Returning home, WOMAN - reacts.]
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The fallout on the presidential election campaign between President Obama and Mitt Romney over the Supreme Court support of the health care law examined; details given of Romney's support of the mandate in Massachusetts and of Obama's warning to his donors; scenes shown of demonstrations. [On "Face the Nation," Representative John BOEHNER; Louisiana Governor Bobby JINDAL, Senator Mitch McCONNELL - oppose the mandate/health care program.] [On "Meet the Press," former DNC chairman Howard DEAN- says Romney did it in Massachusetts.] [On "Face the Nation," Senator Charles SCHUMER - talks about the politics.]
(Mexico City: Mark Potter) The vote today for a new president in Mexico featured; scenes shown of people voting and in long lines to vote and of the three main presidential candidates led by the PRI's Enrique Pena Nieto. [Telemundo's Jose DIAZ-BALART - talks about the US-Mexico connection.] [Former Juarez mayor Jose REYES FERRIZ- talks about the candidate.] [MEXICAN - comments on the politics.]
(Nelspruit, South Africa: Rohit Kachroo) The details about the brutal attack by South Africa chimpanzees at the Jane Goodall Sanctuary on American student Andrew Oberle examined; scenes and diagrams shown from outside the Chimpanzee Eden; details given about chimp strength. [Mediclinic Nelspruit Robyn BAARD- talks about Oberle's medical treatment.] [Jane Goodall Inst.'s Eugene CUSSONS- speculates about what Andrew might have done; comments on the chimp attack.]
(Baltimore: Gabe Gutierrez) The creative ways cities are trying to make money examined; details given about a plan in Baltimore to sell advertisements on fire trucks featured; scenes shown from a fire station and of private ads in other cities. [Councilman Pete WELCH, Baltimore Firefighters Union Rick HOFFMAN- promote the fire truck advertising.] [Public Citizen's Commercial Alert Elizabeth BEN-ISHAI- opposes the onslaught of advertising.]
(Rushville, Illinois: Kevin Tibbles) The story of a Rushville, Illinois, doctor. Russell Dohner, who has served his small town seven days a week for 55 years, presented; scenes shown from the doctor's office. [DOHNER, several PATIENTS - comment.]