This program is 29 minutes long
(Ferguson, Missouri: Steve Osunsami) The death of unarmed teen Michael Brown at the hands of police examined; scenes shown from the site of the shooting with protests, police inside a restaurant, tear gas thrown by police. [Ferguson police dept. Chief Thomas JACKSON- says it is a powder keg.] ["Washington Post" reporter Wesley LOWERY- reacts to his arrest.] [Protesters Andre MOORE, Micah HILL- comment.] [President OBAMA - opposes the violence.] [Senator Claire McCASKILL- reacts to tanks in Ferguson.] The issue of identifying the name of the police officer who shot Brown noted.
(Studio: David Muir) The reaction to the use of police force in Ferguson introduced.
(Studio: Ryan Smith) The debate over how police should respond to the protests that turned violent in Ferguson examined; scenes and photos shown of the confrontations. [JACKSON - defends the police response.] [Governor Jay NIXON- reads statement.] Pictures from across the country in solidarity with the peaceful protesters shown.
(Los Angeles: Nick Watt) A report from the wife, Susan Schneider, of the late actor Robin Williams that he had early Parkinson's disease examined; details given about the link of the disease to depression. [Brigham and Women's Hospital neurologist Dr. Allan ROPPER- explains the symptoms of early Parkinson's.] Actor Michael J. Fox and son Cody Williams and wife Susan Schneider quoted.
(Studio: David Muir, Jennifer Ashton) The link between Parkinson's and major depression discussed.
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The rising flood waters reviewed; scenes shown of rain in Portland, Long Island, a rescue in New Mexico. [Two PEOPLE - react.]
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The flash flooding in Arizona, Colorado and rain forecasts discussed; weather maps shown.
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Martha Raddatz) Today's air strikes aimed at ISIS targets with no end to the mission to protect US advisers and diplomats and defending key cities discussed. [President OBAMA - says we will continue air strikes.]
(Parish, New York: Gio Benitez) The vanishing of two Amish girls, Fannie and Delila Miller, in New York state featured; scenes shown from the community. [St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin WELLS- talks about the investigation; notes we have no photographs of the girls.]
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The eruption of manhole covers in Nashville after a tanker truck accident sent fuel into the drainage system featured; scenes shown of a tanker truck exploding and a manhole cover erupting; 911 call played. [MAN - describes what happened.] Other tanker accidents shown.