This program is 28 minutes long
(Idlib Province, Syria: Alex Marquardt) The fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo featured; scenes shown of a nearby ghost town.
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) Some results from the Olympic Games in London reviewed; scenes shown of skeet shooter Kim Rhode winning in her fifth straight Olympics, swimmers Dana Vollmer and the men's US relay team, American gymnastics, men's basketball, London rain and empty seats at venues; gymnast Jordyn Weiber quoted.
(Washington: David Kerley) How one man, medical technician David Kwiatokowski, spread the dangerous disease of hepatitis C examined; details given about his use of contaminated syringes, patient testing and about coming lawsuits. [New Hampshire MAN, WOMAN - comment on the stress.]
(Los Angeles: Ryan Owens) The critical shortage of blood in the nation's supply examined; details given about the weather-related problems for blood donation. [Red Cross medical director Dr. Dayand BORGE- says it is a difficult situation for patients needing blood.] [Blood donor Sheri BROWN, Providence St. Joseph Medical Center Dr. Angelique CAMPEN- talk about who needs blood and donation procedures.]
(Aurora, Colorado: Clayton Sandell) The fallout from the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooting featured; photos shown of the late Veronica Moser-Sullivan; details given about the miscarriage for her mother, Ashley. [Veronica's grandmother Ana MOSER- talks about Veronica, Ashley and James Holmes.] [Former Colorado public defender's office head David KAPLAN- talks about shooter Holmes and mental health issues.]
(London: Nick Schifrin) One set of the parents behind Olympic athletes featured. [Swimmer Peter Vanderkaay's parents Robin and Mark VANDERKAAY- talk about watching their son compete.]