This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Pete Williams) The arraignment of Ahmed Abu Khattala on charges he conspired in the attack on the US embassy compound in Benghazi, Libya, featured; courtroom sketches by Bill Hennessey shown; details given about his capture by US special forces, the interrogation of Khattala on a ship and plans for a trial in the US. [Former federal prosecutor Patrick ROWAN- comments on the government's case.]
(White House: Kristen Welker) A White House report on the V.A. system examined; details given about the appointment system and proposed reforms. [Whistleblower Dr. Sam FOOTE - says the report is dead on.] [Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Tom TARENTINO - says we could have told the president all of this stuff.] ["Washington Post" David NAKAMURA- outlines the qualifications for the new secretary.]
(Council Bluffs, Iowa: Chris Warren) The extreme weather in the central US reviewed; scenes shown of winds, dust and hail in Kansas, tornado damage in Colfax, Wisconsin, tornadoes, flooding, the high river in St. Paul. [National Weather Service Daniel NEATFIELD- calls this the worst season.] Weather map shown.
(Baghdad: Richard Engel) The heavy fighting in Tikrit and how the borders for this region were created in World War I noted; details given of the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in the war that led to the creation of Iraq and Syria out of the Ottoman provinces.
(Washington: David Gregory) An exclusive interview held with former President Bill Clinton, who may be adviser-in-chief for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her possible presidential candidacy. [CLINTON - says he is a foot soldier in an army; says the important thing is why do you want the job.] The role of Bill Clinton in politics discussed.
(Studio: Lester Holt) Further coverage of the Clinton interview on "Meet the Press" noted.
(Tucson, Arizona: Mike Taibbi) An approach by the sheriff's department in Tucson, Arizona, to handling potential violence examined; details given about the state mental health legislation, the Santa Barbara, California, shooting rampage by troubled Elliot Rodger. [Crisis response center director Neil CASH- talks about intervention.] [Pima County sheriff's dept. chief deputy Chris NANOS- comments on the approach to save lives.]
(Sao Brazil: Bill Neely) The preparations by the US team for the knockout match with Belgium featured; scenes shown. [Coach Jurgen KLINSMAN, players Omar GONZALEZ, Michael BRADLEY- talk about the message to the players.]
(New Jersey: Jack Jacobs) The bond between a "band of brothers," who fought together in the D-Day Normandy invasion, featured; war footage and the four men remaining from the unit shown. [Veteran Ed GORMAN - recalls the "pool of red" on the shoreline.]