This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The rising waters from as stationary weather front featured; scenes shown from flooded Missouri highways, the Osage River, Waynesville, Missouri and north Georgia. [GEORGIAN - comments.] Rainfall map shown.
(Cleveland, Ohio: Alex Perez) The razing of the house in Cleveland where three women were held captive for a decade featured; scenes shown of the house and then the empty lot. [Kidnap victim Michelle KNIGHT - speaks for the missing.] [Victim Gina DeJesus' AUNT - comments.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) President Obama's cancellation of a planned summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Russia granted asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden and because of Russia's arms sales to Syria examined; photos shown of their last meeting.. [With Jay Leno, OBAMA - comments on the Cold war mentality.] [In speech, OBAMA - says the US does not get terrorized.]
(Yarnell, Arizona: Brian Ross) An exclusive ABC News interview with Brendan McDonough, the sole survivor of the wildfire in Arizona that killed all the other members of his hotshot firefighting team presented; scenes shown of the fire that trapped the team. [McDONOUGH - recalls the fire, his role as lookout, how there is nothing he could have done.]
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) The effort in Japan to keep more toxic radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant from going into the ocean featured; scenes shown from the site where water is seeping out, of debris reaching the US shore, the blue fin tuna that contain radioactive materials.
(Little Silver, New Jersey: Linsey Davis) The luckiest lottery stores in the US visited; scenes shown from the Little Silver Family Pharmacy in New Jersey and Kornelli's Gas in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, where winning tickets have been bought. [Pharmacy owner Matthew PARISI, Kornelli's manager Carissa TORGERSEN- list lottery winners.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The reasons for the rise in people walking being killed by cars examined; scenes shown from a Washington, DC, demonstration, a jogger being struck, walking drunks in England hit by a car; details given about pedestrians walking drunk and distracted walking. [NHTSA administrator David STRICKLAND- says most fatalities happen at night.] [Secretary of Transportation Anthony FOXX- says distracted walking is a real problem.]
(New York: Amy Robach) A modern epidemic of back pain from handbags and backpacks examined; scenes shown of bags being weighed and of experiments at the NYU/Langone medical center showing stress on back/neck/kneesfrom heavy weights. [Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Claudette LAJAM- cites the medical consequences.]