This program is 29 minutes long
(Colorado Springs: Clayton Sandell) The monstrous fire featured; scenes shown of burning homes. [SHERIFF, refugee Cindy WORMSLEY, rebuilding homeowner Shawna HOLEY, Thomas BOYLE - comment on dealing with the fire.]
(Rockville, Maryland: Ginger Zee) The storm front in the East featured; scenes of flooding in West Virginia, tree damage to homes and weather maps shown.
(Syrian border: Alex Marquardt) The war between the government and rebel groups and US plans to send small arms to the opposition reviewed; details given about the disorganization of the rebel groups.
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Martha Raddatz) The concerns the US will get involved in a war in Syria like in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan discussed.
(New York: Dan Harris) 94-year-old Michael Karkoc, a Nazi commander found by the AP to be living in Minnesota, but could be deported to face war crimes, profiled; war and family photos and video shown. [Neighbor Gordon GNASDOSKEY- reacts to the news.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The collapse of a patron deck at a sports bar in Miami featured; 911 calls played; scenes shown of the damage and other deck collapses; details given about deck danger warning signs.
(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The stories of mothers who choose to leave their children behind presented; scenes shown of one long distance family. [ - explains her relationship with her children and moving 3,000 miles away.] [Father David WOOSLEY- comments.] The double standard about leaving mothers versus leaving fathers discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Further coverage of the story on "20/20" noted.