This program is 29 minutes long
(Supreme Court: Jan Crawford) The Supreme Court ruling striking down Arizona's voter identification law examined; details given about last year’s decision striking down Arizona’s immigration law; opinion from Justice Antonin Scalia quoted.
(Boston: Elaine Quijano) The testimony from former Winter Hill Gang hit man John Martorano in the trial of mobster James "Whitey" Bulger reviewed; courtroom sketches by Jane Collins shown with remarks from Martorano quoted; details given about Bulger’s arrest after years on the lam. [With Steve Kroft in 2008, MARTORANO – says he confessed to killing 20 people; reacts to discovering Bulger was an informant.]
(Washington: Bob Orr) Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden’s defense of his outing of classified intelligence programs in a chat session on the website of the British newspaper "The Guardian" featured; his remarks quoted; details given about his criticism of national intelligence director James Clapper and his revelation that US and British intelligence spied on summit partners, including Russian President Dmitri Medvedev, at G20 meetings in 2009.
(Sligo, Ireland: Major Garrett) The tension between President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin over the civil war in Syria reviewed; scenes shown of them at the G8 Summit in Ireland; details given about the plan for the US to send more humanitarian aid to Syria and neighboring countries coping with refugees.
(Amman: Clarissa Ward) The Operation Eager Lion military exercises held by the US and Jordan as a message to Syrian President Bashir al-Assad featured; scenes shown of troops in Jordan; details given about Jordan’s request that F-16 fighter jets and anti-aircraft missiles remain there after the exercises.
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The election of Hassan Rowhani as president in Iran featured; scenes shown of campaign rallies and celebrations in the streets; details given about signs that he will be more open about Iran’s nuclear program than former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and about his background as a nuclear negotiator. [Former British Ambassador to Iran Sir Richard DALTON- says it should be possible to get an agreement on the nuclear question.] The push for reform due to the impact of economic sanctions discussed.
(Colorado Springs: Barry Petersen) The battle against the Black Forest wildfire near Colorado Springs featured; scenes shown of flames, Darrell Fortner’s burned-out home and vehicles; details given about the risk of building in fire-prone areas. [Firefighter Lt. Chris BENOIT- notes the danger of the fire getting under the duff on the forest floor.] [FORTNER – reacts to losing his home.]
(Detroit: Anthony Mason) How Detroit residents Jack and Jasinda Wilder avoided foreclosure on their home by self-publishing a series of successful e-books featured. [WILDERS – recount worrying about losing their house; say they put out 20 titles in 6 months; comment on the success of “Falling into You.”]