This program is 29 minutes long
(Ferguson: Vladimir Duthiers) The standoff between protesters and police in Ferguson featured; protest scenes and surveillance store video of a robbery shown. [Governor Jay NIXON - reads a statement about the curfew.] [State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron JOHNSON - says we will enforce the curfew, but we will communicate.] [Store owner Ibrahim RAMMAHA- wants police help.] [Victim's cousin Ty PRUITT- says we need to find out why the shooting happened.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Live discussion held with retired Army Gen. Russel Honore about the situation in Missouri. [HONORE - says they have to communicate the meaning of the curfew: need media engagement about the curfew; states we need police to ensure safety.]
(Austin: Manuel Bojorquez) The criminal indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry examined; details given about the charges in trying to force a Democratic district attorney, Rosemary Lehmberg, to quit after her drunk driving. [PERRY - says he vetoes funding for the office.] [Special prosecutor Michael McCRUM- comments on the Perry case.] Perry's possible run for the presidency in 2016 noted.
(Erbil, Iraq: Charlie D'Agata) Another wave of US air strikes in Iraq by against ISIS militants to protect the Mosul dam held by ISIS featured; scenes shown of the dam that could threaten Baghdad, Kurdish Pashmerga soldiers, who are not armed as well as ISIS; details given about the massacre of Yazidis by the ISIS militants.
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The cheating scandal around the University of Notre Dame football program examined. [College President John JENKINS - says sometimes young people make bad decisions.] [Athletic director Jack SWARBRICK- names the four players.] [Coach Brian KELLY - says we won't look the other way.]
(New York: Vinita Nair) The arrest of a couple, Stephen Howells and Nicole Vaisey, for the kidnapping in New York state of two Amish girls, Sandy and Delila Miller, featured; scenes shown from the site of their abduction. [St. Lawrence County Sheriff Kevin WELLS- explains their motive and how the girls were dropped off.]
(Washington: Mark Albert) The impact of food trucks on traditional restaurants examined; scenes shown of the first food truck in Knoxville, Tennessee; details given about city laws. [In Washington, The Dubliner owner Gavin COLEMAN - talks about his lunch business.] [Wapos owner Veronica SEILER- says their mobile kitchen brought back business.]