This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: David Wright) An earthquake off the coast of Alaska with a tsunami warning reviewed; maps and damages from the '64 quake shown.
(Oakland: Cecilia Vega) A nationwide FBI crackdown on sex trafficking reviewed; scenes shown from Oakland of the arrest of prostitutes and pimps; statistics from 100 cities cited. [FBI director James COMEY- says these are America's children.] [Arrested GIRL - comments.] [Oakland police dept. Sgt. Jill ENCINAS, Lt. Kevin WILEY- say they come from broken backgrounds.]
(St. Paul and Stillwater, Minnesota: Clayton Sandell) The flood emergency in the heartland featured; scenes shown from rainy Waco, Texas, Minneapolis, a mudslide, closed bridges, the Cedar River, St. Paul. [Bayport resident Sue LARIMER- comments on her situation.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The latest developments in Iraq reviewed; scenes shown of Secretary of State John Kerry in Iraq calling for a united front for the government; details given about the Iraqi military status.
(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) The excommunication by the Mormon Church of Kate Kelly for forming a group "Ordained Women" examined; church ruling quoted. [KELLY - talks about the value of women.]
(Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Paula Faris) The question of whether the US soccer team will get a fair shot at the German team in the World Cup featured; US-Portugal match scenes shown. [Two American FANS - react.] [US team coach Jurgen KLINSMAN - says the favored teams get better venues.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The finding of an abandoned baby, Genesis Hailey, in Texas who haad been carjacked featured; police scanner quoted. [Jogger Pong NGUYEN, Houston police dept. Albert PIZANA- comment on the baby.]
(Studio: Rebecca Jarvis) How to deal with medical bills presented; scenes shown from the home of James and Sarah Houk, who oweeed 50,000 in medical bills after a birth. Tips from health care advocate Michelle Katz outlined on screen. [Copatient co-founder Katie VAHLE- talks about reviewing medical bills.]
(Washington: John Donvan) The first use of a protective baseball cap by san Diego Padres pitcher Alex Torres featured; scenes shown of Alex Cobb getting hit by a line drive. [TORRES - explains why he wears it.]