This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The wild weather reviewed; scenes shown of lightning in Oregon, a tornado in Reading, New York, rain in Atlanta, floods in Illinois, storms near Tucson. Temperature map and storm diagram shown. The storm forecast for tonight discussed; weather and temperature maps shown.
(New York: Cecilia Vega) The drop in gasoline prices because of the drop in oil prices examined; price statistics cited.
(Ashkelon, Israel: Martha Raddatz) Indications of a possible cease-fire after more deadly strikes from rockets launched from Hamas in Gaza examined; scenes shown of rockets and missiles hitting buildings, Israeli tanks on the border.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The return of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl to active duty six weeks after his captivity with the Taliban ended featured; various images of Bergdahl shown; details given about further questioning of him about desertion. [Army psychologist Col. Bradley POPPEN- describes what happens in captivity.] The lack of communication between Bowe and his parents noted.
(Abuja, Nigeria: Amy Robach) The status of the schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria by Boko Haram examined; scenes shown of the Boko Haram video, a meeting with the escaped girls who told their stories. [Visiting teenager activist Malala YOUSAFZAI- speaks out.] [Escaped Boko Haram, Rebecca ISHAKU- says we need to bring back our kids.]
(London: Terry Moran) The final journey for the cruise ship the Costa Concordia that sank off the Italian coast two and a half years ago featured; scenes shown of the refloated ship bound for the scrapyard. [Salvage master Nick SLOANE- talks about the operation.]
(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) The recovery of comedian Tracy Morgan, who was involved in an auto accident over a month ago, featured; details given about his lawsuit against Walmart for the truck driver's accident; statistics on large truck accidents cited. [Former National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Joan CLAYBROOK- says truck drivers are overworked.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The tracking of sharks this summer examined; shark statistics cited; map shown of the route of a shark named Catherine.