This program is 28 minutes long
(New York; Inez Perae) The shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in an act of domestic terrorism featured; scenes shown from the site. [Oak Creek police Chief John EDWARDS- describes what happened with an officer ambushed and shot.] [Temple president's sister-in-law Parminder KALEKA, survivor's daughter Sandeep KHATTRA- react to the shooting.] [Police OFFICIAL - denies there were multiple shooters.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Live interview held with WDJT-TV Paul Piaskoski about the shooting. [PIASKOSKI - recounts what people at the temple are saying about the gunman.]
(Luther, Oklahoma: Manuel Bojorquez) The Freedom Hill wildfire featured; scenes shown of smoke, flames, dry crops, burned homes in Luther, another fire; details given about an arson suspect. [Governor Mary FALLIN- speaks about the fires.] [Resident Casey STRAHAN- says nothing can be saved.] 5:0610Tropical Storm Ernesto
(Studio: Jeff Glor) The course of Tropical Storm Ernesto shown.
(Studio: Jeff Glor; Aleppo province: Charlie D'AGata) Reports of the fighting in Aleppo between the rebels and the Syrian government forces and the worsening crisis for civilians in the city discussed; scenes shown from the city streets; details given about the ammunition shortage.
(Studio: Jeff Glor) The flight of Syrian refugees into Jordan noted.
(Amman: Charlie Rose) This morning's interview held with Jordan's King Abdullah about Syria. [ABDULLAH - talks about the options for Assad and a political transition by the end of the year or else there will be all-out civil war.]
(Pasadena: John Blackstone) The Mars mission with the preparations for the seven-minute landing of the rover Curiosity on the red planet previewed; rover and NASA animation shown; details given about the mission of the Mars exploration. [Mars Exploration Program director Doug McCUISTON- talks about the coming "play."] [Mars science lab Adam STELZNER- assesses the landing.] [SCIENTIST - says we have no control.] [CBS Bill HARWOOD - assesses the mission.] The tools the rover has with it and its geologist capabilities discussed.
(Beijing: Barry Petersen) The training of the Chinese Olympic athletes examined; swimming photos and training at state run schools shown; details given about China's late entry into the Olympics. [Swimming coaches assn. director John LEONARD - questions swimmer Ye Shiwen's times.]
(London: Mark Phillips) The men's 100-meter sprint and the performance by top racer Jamaican Usain Bolt and the attempt in the 400-meter race by double amputee Oscar Pistorius reviewed; race and fans scenes and photos shown. [JAMAICANS - rejoice.]