This program is 26 minutes long
(Washington: Jan Crawford) The interview held with Edward Snowden, an NSA contract worker who revealed the details of the top-secret government surveillance program, featured; details given about his NSA contracting work for Booz Allen Hamilton in Hawaii and his flight to Hong Kong. [In "The Guardian" interview, SNOWDEN - states he could wiretap anyone up to the president; explains how the system can be used; indicates this is not our place to decide about these programs.] Snowden's hope for asylum in someplace like Iceland noted.
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Live discussion held with security analyst Juan Zarate about privacy and security issues raised by Snowden. [ZARATE - suggests the NSA/government has access to big data with checks on what can be done with the material; states someone going rogue could expose important intelligence; notes the breach is significant.]
(Santa Monica, California: Carter Evans) The shooting in Santa Monica featured; surveillance video of the gunman in the Santa Monica College library shown. [Shooting victim Deborah FINE- describes what happened: he was on a mission in execute mode and on a rampage.]
(New York: Don Dahler) The impact of the extreme heat reviewed; scenes shown from California where a child died in a hot car, heat illness at a Brentwood graduation and wildfires. [Fresno police dept. Lt. Mike DOYLE- recalls the parents' frantic search.] [EECFPD fire chief Hugh HENDERSON- describes the heat-related problems.] [Meteorologist Jeff BERARDELLI- cites the early heat in the Southwest.] The hot weather in Britain and India cited
(Berkeley, California: John Blackstone) The rally by fourth graders to bring back deported fellow student Rodrigo Guzman featured; scenes shown from Jefferson Elementary in Berkeley, California; details given about the class letter to President Obama. [Classmates Aminad DIABY, Kaiya DANIELS, teacher Barbara WENGER, Kyle and Scott KUWAHARA- talk about missing Rodrigo and doing something for his rights.]