This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: Ryan Owens) The aerial spraying in Dallas featured; details given about problems for people and fish. [Dallas County Judge Clay JENKINS - comments on the spray decision.] [Resident Leea THOMPSON-FUDGE- explains covering the backyard during spraying.] [Resident Mary Katherine GILL- backs spraying.]
(Seattle, Washington: Neal Karlinsky) The wildfires featured; scenes shown from Cle Elum, Washington, of that untouched house with a metal roof that avoided burning. [Cle Elum homeowner David GORDON- says the house should have burned.] [Resident Doug DeROY- thanks the firemen.] [Idaho Falls resident Debbie SAVAGE- comments.]
(Studio: Kirit Radia) The Russian court's prison sentence for three female punk musicians Pussy Riot that mocked President Vladimir Putin featured; scenes shown from outside the court; details given about Putin's image and the people's opposition when he ran for a third term. [PROTESTER - calls it political prosecution.] [MADONNA - speaks.] Putin's role as the opposition to the West discussed.
(White House: Jake Tapper) The worries of some top Republicans about the campaign of Mitt Romney with running mate Representative Paul Ryan examined; details given about the Medicare issue based on the Ryan plan for a voucher-like system and the politics of Medicare and of the economy. [Former Republican Representative Tom DAVIS - comments on this Medicare issue.]
(Washington: David Kerley) New evidence that the bodies of young children heat up more quickly in cars than adults examined; scenes shown from inside a car that heated up quickly; statistics on heat cited. [Father Reggie McKINNON- recounts his story: his child's death in a car.]
(New York: Richard Besser) The secrets of the "superagers" whose brains act young examined; details given about seniors whose memories do not decline with virtual view of the brain shown. [Superager Virginia KENEALY- lists her memory challenges.] [Northwestern University Emily ROGALSKI- talks about the superager brains.]
(Wyowega, Wisconsin: Dan Harris) The problems with legal roadside zoos in the US examined; undercover video from Wisconsin shown; details given about the ease of buying a tiger for example. [Zoo owner Jim HOFFERBER- shows his tigers; talks about the responsibility issue.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of this animal story on "20/20" noted.