This program is 28 minutes long
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The search in the Us for possible victims of the deadly MERS virus who flew with the Florida patient who contracted the disease in Saudi Arabia featured; details given about MERS precautions. [TRAVELLER - comments.] [Florida dept. of health Dr. Kevin SHERIN- says other travellers will come with the disease.] [CDC's Dr. Anne SCHUCHAT- says there is no cure.] The condition of the two MERS patients in the US discussed.
(Santa Clarita, California: Cecilia Vega) The drought and heat in California and Texas featured; scenes shown of fires and wind in California; details given about the potential for fire. [CALIFORNIAN - comments.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The response of basketball great Magic Johnson to comments from embattled Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team owner Donald Sterling featured; details given about Johnson's charity efforts. [On CNN, JOHNSON - speaks about Sterling.] [On Monday, on CNN, STERLING - criticizes "big Magic Johnson."]
(Abuja, Nigeria: Hamish Macdonald) The search for the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls featured; scenes shown of the US plane and drone searching and monitoring and of a video of the girls; details given about contacts with the extremist group Boko Karam.
(Washington: White House: Jim Avila) The flight of a bounce house in upstate New York due to a gust of wind featured; photos and diagrams shown. [Witness Taylor SEYMOUR- comments.] Injury statistics from inflatables cited and a statement from the Little Tikes manufacturer quoted.
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The secret thoughts of Jacqueline Kennedy in letter to Irish priest Father Joseph Leonard examined; photos of Jackie and JFK shown; letters quoted. [In audiotape, KENNEDY - talks about life in the White House.]
(Nashville: Linzie Janis) Tips on how to cut personal debt presented; details given about check monitoring, cutting up credit cards, making a budget and how to pay off debts. [In debt, Eddie and Amber MAYS- talk about their debt.] [Finance guru Dave RAMSEY - offers advice on spending.]
(New York: Paula Faris) The story of a music video from Minnesota high school girl Molly Kate Kestner presented; scenes shown of her singing. [KESTNER - talks about the response to her song.]