This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Sam Champion) The dangerous heat in the East featured; scenes shown, including an ice bar in New York City. [MAN, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Lyn RIGGINS, WOMAN, New York City EMS Maximo SIERRA, Philadelphia WOMAN, MAN - comment on heat-related happenings.] Map of the "heat dome" with temperatures for several days shown.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Melting crayons and chocolate bars shown.
(Long Beach, California: Linzie Janis) The gas price shock examined; statistics on gas prices, oil production and world prices cited. [Two MOTORISTS, Al LOPEZ - complain.] [At Senate hearings, AAA GUY - comments.]
(Vancouver: Neal Karlinsky) The drug-related death of actor Cory Monteith of "Glee" examined; details given from the coroner's report on the fatal heroin-alcohol mix and his past substance abuse problems. [BC Coroners Service Barb McLINTOCK- calls it a tragic accident.] [On "The Actors Studio," MONTEITH - talks about his life.]
(Sanford, Florida: Matt Gutman) The reaction to the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin featured; scenes shown of protests. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER - says we have much further to go.] [On CNN, in shadow, Juror B37 - says race did not play a part; asserts we worked hard on the verdict.] A statement from Trayvon's mother Sybrina Fulton quoted.
(Phoenix: Mariana Van Zeller) How easy it is to buy weapons featured; scenes shown from Phoenix of a National Geographic Society's undercover operation that netted an assault rifle and a machine gun and ammo after online contact.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" and the National Geographic channel.
(Chicago: Paula Faris) How to save money on bank fees presented; scenes shown of the Strickland family and their bank fees; details given about consumer advice on finding high-yield accounts, credit unions, credit cards and fees. [STRICKLAND - comments on losing money.] Tomorrow's segment on dental fees previewed.
(At Citifield in New York: Jonathan Karl) The thrill of catching a souvenir baseball at a big league game featured; scenes shown from the ballpark of several catches. [Ball snagger Zach HAMPLE- says "give me a ball" in several languages.]