This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) A worldwide terrorism alert that Al Qaeda is looking to strike against the US examined; State Department bulletin quoted; details given about the new plot coming out of Yemen leading to embassy closures throughout the Muslim world. [Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Martin DEMPSEY- says it is an Al Qaeda threat with an intent to attack western interests.] The State Department advice to Americans travelling and "smart travel enrollment" discussed.
(Washington: Jim Avila) The discovery of the sources of the cyclospora bacteria hiding in salad mix linked to a Mexican produce company called Taylor Farms reviewed; details given about the response of Red Lobster& Olive Garden restaurants to the FDA position.
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) What is driving an economic uptick as evidenced by the unemployment and jobs added numbers examined; details given about new municipal government workers. [Minneapolis fire dept. Chief John FRUETEL- talks about job applications.]
(Dallas: Ryan Owens) A surprise arrest in the Arkansas jail break in which Derrick Estell fled out a window to a waiting car featured; photo shown of the escapee's mother, Glenda Estell, for helping her son get out. [Arkansas sheriff dept. Deputy Scott HINOJOSA- says Estell is dangerous.]
(Capitol Hill: David Kerley) A look at members of Congress going on a five-week vacation without passing the budget featured; scenes of members fleeing the Capitol shown. [On the street, several PEOPLE - complain.] [Citizens Against Government Waste vice president Leslie PAIGE- says important stuff needs to get done.] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER - comments.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Indianapolis: Alex Perez) The story of a pet detective Danielle Beck, whose Website helps reunite missing animals with their owners, presented; details given about how owners can protect their pets against crime. [Dog owner Lisa ARROYO- talks about her dog.] [BECK - explains "dog flipping" as a cash investment.]