This program is 28 minutes long
(Cairo: Clarissa Ward) The situation in Cairo updated; scenes shown of the crowds in Tahrir Square, fighter jets leaving a vapor trail in the colors of the Egyptian flag, the military presence, Morsi supporters mobbing an armored vehicle and waving shoes. [Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Gehad el-HADDAD- says the military is trying to dismantle the Brotherhood organization.] The inauguration of new Egyptian President Adly Mansour noted. The mood in Tahrir Square and elsewhere in Egypt discussed.
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Senator John McCain’s remarks on the crisis in Egypt, which receives US military aid, noted. [In Kabul, Afghanistan, McCAIN – says they have to show us they are making a transition back to democracy.]
(White House: Margaret Brennan) The US reaction and concerns reviewed.
(Wickenburg, Arizona: Carter Evans) The progress against the Yarnell fire in Arizona updated; time lapse video from Matt Oss shown; details given about what caused the death of the Granite Mountain Hotshots. [Firefighter Carl SCHWOPE- comments on the fire.] [Evacuees Joe & Ruth JOHNSON – react to news about their house and the fallen hotshots.] The timeline for evacuees to return home discussed.
(Pretoria: Debora Patta) 1998 video shown of Mandela visiting a dying teenager also named Nelson. [MANDELA – speaks about optimism.]
(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The higher loan rates because of the disagreement in Congress featured; details given about the House bill. [UC Berkeley student Briana MULLEN- reacts.] [Providence College student Anthony PAOLINO- expresses concern about the impact on veterans.] [Senator Harry REID – opposes deficit reduction based on the backs of college students.]
(Louisville: Don Dahler) The threat for baseball bats made of ash wood from the emerald ash borer featured; scenes shown of the insects and tree damage; map shown of affected states. [Louisville Slugger Bobby HILLERICH- explains why ash is preferred for bats; talks about options & alternatives.]
(Lakewood, Washington: Chip Reid) The American Lake Golf Course near Tacoma, Washington that was designed with injured veterans in mind featured; scenes shown. [Amputee Aaron BOYLE, father Ed BOYLE, amputee Jim MARTINSON– comment.]