This program is 28 minutes long
(Erbil, Iraq: Terry Moran) The battle for Iraq with Islamic militants winning featured; scenes shown of the fighting in the north and of a map of the advance towards Baghdad; details given about the disintegration of the country. [President OBAMA - says nothing is ruled out for Iraq.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer; Washington: Martha Raddatz) How the chaos in Iraq could lead to plots against America, word the US is flying surveillance drones over Iraq and that Iran is sending in forces to help the Iraqi government discussed. The move to the US of former Afghanistan POW Bowe Bergdahl noted.
(Texline, Texas: Clayton Sandell) The severe storms with rain, flooding and tornadoes and drought in the West reviewed; scenes shown of rainy Virginia, a tornado in Michigan. [Michigan WOMAN - comments.]
(Rio de Janeiro: Paula Faris) The World Cup kickoff featured; scenes shown from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, of soccer, protests and some superstar players; details given about the challenges facing the US team.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Soccer coverage on ESPN announced.
(Washington: Jim Avila) A look at Simpson then and now presented; scenes shown from the trial of the century that began June 12, 1994, O.J.'s Bronco run. the courtroom participants; details given about O.J.'s current imprisonment. [Witness Kato KAELIN- comments.]
(Kennebunkport, Maine: Ron Claiborne) The 90th birthday parachute leap from a plane by former President George Bush featured; scenes shown of his jump and landing. [Golden Knights parachute team Sgt. Mike ELLIOTT- comments on Bush's physical problems.] [Spectator Mark LEINENBACH- talks about Bush's feat.] [In 2012, BUSH - jokes about wife Barbara.]
(Santa fe, New Mexico" Dan Harris) An undercover operation by a New Mexico prison chief, Greg Marcantel. who went into solitary confinement to investigate prison conditions featured; scenes shown from inside the prison; details given about life in solitary confinement. [MERCANTEL - comments on being in a cell.] [Inmate Freddie Munoz - shows his "home": his perpetual misery; outlines his routine.]
(Rio: Bob Woodruff) American Tim Jahnigen, whose One World Futbol Project provides soccer balls for kids around the world, featured; scenes shown from Brazil and Los Angeles. [JAHNIGEN - shows his ball.]