This program is 29 minutes long
(Aurora, Colorado: Clayton Sandell) The criminal charges against James Holmes for the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, featured; courtroom sketches by Jeff Kandyba shown; details given about the murder and attempted murder counts against him and the notebook he sent to psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton. [Former Marine Donald LADER- characterizes Holmes.] [ABC legal analyst Dan ABRAMS - cites the difficulty of an insanity defense.]
(In northern Syria: Alex Marquardt) A report from inside Syria presented; scenes shown from the border into northern Syria, the devastated town of Atareb, Idlib province, the people.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The defection of a Syrian diplomat in London noted.
(London: Bill Weir) Swimming at the Olympic Games featured; scenes shown of Missy Franklin, who won the backstroke while Ryan Lochte lost, Chinese swimmers who had success, a British medal in gymnastics and a debate in fencing. The Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Later Olympic stories previewed.
(Warsaw: David Muir) Mitt Romney's visit to Poland in his overseas tour featured; scenes shown of Romney with former Polish President Lech Walesa; details given of fallout for Romney about his comments on Palestinians and his tax returns. [In interview, ROMNEY - comments in tax percentage: he has paid all the taxes required by law.]
(Jackson Hole, Wyoming: Jonathan Karl) The ABC News interview with Cheney presented; details given about his daughter's gay marriage. [CHENEY - talks about Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as not being qualified to be the vice president selection; comments on his daughter's wedding and his heart transplant.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The medical dangers of walking while distracted examined; scenes shown of a man falling onto train tracks etc.; medical statistics cited. [Lenox Hill Hospital ER physician Dr. Robert GLATTER- says the danger is real.]
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) American gymnast Jordyn Wieber, who failed to qualify for the all-around finals at the Olympic Games, and the differences in the difficulties undertaken by gymnast then and now featured; performance video shown. [NYC Elite Dan KAOHIMAUNU- comments on gymnastics then and now.]