This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Bill Weir) A dramatic victory at the Olympic Games for the women's soccer team over Japan with two goals by Carli Lloyd reviewed; photos shown; details given about US women's victories in water polo, basketball, boxing and beach volleyball with men's victories in track. [Young FAN - reacts to the game.] [Volleyball players Misty MAY, Kerri WALSH - comment.] The Olympic Games medal count outlined on screen.
(Centennial, Colorado: Clayton Sandell) The defense's court claims that Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooter James Holmes is mentally ill featured; courtroom sketches and photos shown; details given about the evidence and unanswered questions about the relationship between Holmes and University of Colorado psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton.
(Studio: Sam Champion) This year's hurricane season previewed; scenes shown of the earlier tropical storms and last year's Hurricane Irene; hurricane prediction statistics cited. [NOAA lead hurricane forecaster Gerry BELL- talks about hurricane conditions.] The maps of the current tropical systems shown.
(Boston: Jonathan Karl) The negative ad campaign between presidential candidates Mitt Romney and President Obama examined; Joe Soptic anti-Romney political ad and an anti-Obama welfare reform ad shown. [OBAMA - speaks about super PAC negative ads.] [On CNN, ad creator Bill BURTON - defends the ad's message.] The coming announcement from the Romney campaign about a running mate noted.
(Washington: Jim Avila) A cockpit camera look at what happened in Idaho as a single-engine vintage plane crashed featured; photo shown of the plane crashed on the ground. [Passengers Alec ARHETS, Tol GROPP- describe what happened on and to the plane.] [ABC consultant Steve GANYARD- assesses the plane's problems.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The story of a Florida con man Matthew Scheidt, who masqueraded as a policeman and a medical professional, presented; scenes shown from his statement during interrogation; details given about the "halo effect" for these impostors. [Forensic psychologist Dr. Merry HABER- likens it to addiction.] [Voice of former con man Frank ABIGNALE - describes the feeling.]
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The inspiring Nike ad from the Olympic Games that features a 200-pound overweight London, Ohio, boy Nathan Sorrell jogging alone examined; "Find Your Greatness" ad shown; details given about the support for Nathan. [SORRELL - talks about his experience.]