This program is 29 minutes long
(Baghdad: Clarissa Ward) The sectarian tensions in Iraq featured; scenes and photos shown from Baghdad, including government helicopter attacks on militant targets, the recruitment of Shiite volunteers.
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Map of areas under ISIS control in Iraq and Syria shown.
(Studio: Jeff Glor; Erbil: Holly Williams) The ISIS leadership, led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdad, who wants to set up a state based on Islamic law, discussed.
(Studio: Jeff Glor) Live discussion held with security contributor Mike Morrell about Iraq. [MORRELL - lists the US options to influence the situation in Iraq, the need for precise intelligence , the role of Iran, the growing ISIS numbers, the likelihood Baghdad can be defended despite suicide attacks.]
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The Hamas militants' kidnappings of three teenagers in the West Bank featured; scenes of Israeli troops and photos shown of the three teens and a mass prayer in Jerusalem. [American teen Naftali Frankel's mother Rachel FRANKEL- comments.]
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Elaine Quijano) The protests across Brazil against the World Cup soccer featured; scenes shown from several cities. [PROTESTER - opposes the spending on soccer.] [US Soccer coach Jurgen KLINSMAN - talks about goals against Ghana.]
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) Kasem's radio career and health problems leading to a family feud reviewed; American Top 40" audio played. with photos shown. [Voice of KASEM - talks music.]
(Washington: Mark Albert) A Senate bill to make tractor trailer trucks longer examined; diagrams shown. [Former Transportation Secretary Jim BURNLEY- comments in support of the bill.] [Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety Jackie GILLAN- says bigger trucks are bigger safety problems.] [February 27, FedEx CEO Harry MAYER- defends trailer safety.]
(New York: Don Dahler) The surge in the sale of men's socks featured; scenes shown from the Sock Hop store in New York City. [Sock Hop owner Vincent NASSERBAKHT, slate.com Troy PATTERSON - talk socks.] The elder former President George Bush's socks shown.