This program is 29 minutes long
(Tel Aviv: Alex Ortiz) The unrest in the Middle East between Israel and the Palestinian youth featured; scenes shown of crowds and Palestinian American Tariq Abu Khdair, who had been arrested at the protests. [ABU KHDAIR - recounts what happened: being beaten; comments on the death of his cousin.]
(Baghdad: Charlie D'Agata) The video of Abu Bakr Baghdadi, the leader of the militant ISIS group, which has been battling the government forces, featured; scenes shown of him preaching in Mosul, a city shrine in Baghdad where Iraqis offer differing opinions on ISIS.
(Atlanta: Mark Strassman) New TSA security rules for international airports for flights bound for the US examined; details given about rules for devices and of the targeting of airlines by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula. [Traveller Brent SAHAADI- comments.] Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson quoted.
(Washington: Mark Albert) The problem for the US of undocumented immigrants from Central America crossing the US border examined. [On NBC, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh JOHNSON - says we are looking for options for dealing with the children.] [Representative Henry CUELLAR - criticizes the administration.] The call from Texas Governor Rick Perry for better border security noted. [PERRY - says we need boots on the ground.] [Senator Dick DURBIN - criticizes the criminal coyotes.]
(New York: Don Dahler) The video from California of a female pedestrian, Marlene Pinnock, being pummeled by a California Highway Patrol Officer featured; video shown. [Woman's attorney Caree HARPER, victim's DAUGHTER - say she got beat, but is alive despite multiple injuries.] [Assistant Chief Chris O'QUINN- defends the internal investigation process.]
(Los Angeles: Teri Okita) The story from swimmer Steve Robles about being attacked by a shark in California waters featured; scenes shown from Manhattan Beach. where the shark had been caught by a fisherman and then attacked. [ROBLES - describes what happened when the shark bit him.]
(Port Chester, New York, Anne-Marie Green) The sculptures on Mt. Rushmore done in part by stone carver Luigi Del Bianco featured; scenes and photos of the monuments shown. [Lou DEL BIANCO- says his grandfather carved the faces of the presidents; States Gutzon Borglum did the design, but Luigi did the work.] A mini-monument in Port Chester, New York, honoring Bianco's accomplishment shown.