This program is 29 minutes long
(Ferguson: Ron Allen) The demonstrations in embattled Ferguson with police standing off against protesters, who looted businesses, featured; scenes shown of the store video of Brown stealing cigars; details given about the curfew. [PROTESTER, Brown family attorney Benjamin CRUMP- criticize the police handling of the store tape.] [Criminal defense attorney Seema IYER- says the tape may corroborate Officer Dareell Wilson's case.] [Governor Jay NIXON - reads statement.] [WOMAN - criticize the vandals and police.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.
(Ferguson: Mark Potter) The issue of the use of police force in Ferguson examined; scenes shown of protesters on the streets, earlier police-demonstrators clashes. [Missouri State Highway Patrol Lt. Ethan AHERN, Lt. Al NOTHUM, Capt. Ronald JOHNSON- outline their role.] [Store owner Mike JACOBS - complains.] The curfew explains.
(Studio: Lester Holt) Further coverage on "Meet the Press" noted.
(No location given: Kristen Welker) 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 it is partisan politics; backs his veto and his executive authority.] [Special prosecutor Michael McCRUM- comments on the crimes.] The bipartisan support for Perry quoted. ["Washington Post" David NAKAMURA- says he will remain in the 2015 race.]
(Duhuk, Iraq: Bill Neely) A report of a massacre of Yazidis in an Iraqi town by ISIS gunmen reviewed; scenes shown of the desperate refugees, of the dam now held by ISIS leading to US military support. [Several Yazidi MEN - describes what happened in the killings.]
(Seoul: Anne Thompson) The visit by Pope Francis in South Korea reported; scenes shown of a Mass in Seoul where he beatified Korean martyrs and of the mourning of the ferry accident; details given about one man's hunger strike about the investigation of the ferry accident. [Families' lawyer HWANG Pillkyu- explains the significance of the yellow ribbon.
(Rifle, Colorado: Janet Shamlian) How guns are encouraged in the restaurants of Rifle, Colorado, featured; scenes shown from Shooter's Grill of armed waitresses. [Restaurant owner Lauren BOEBERT , two WAITRESSES, CUSTOMER - explain carrying guns.] [In Tennessee, Shiloh Brew and Crew owner Sharma FLOYD- defends guns.] [Moms Demand Action Shannon WATTS- calls this a dangerous situation.]
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The huge garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean a thousand miles off California and the concerns about its environmental impact featured; scenes shown. [Capt. Charles MOORE - shows the debris.] [Marine biologist Jesus REYES- comments on the toxic garbage.]
(New York: Kristen Dahlgren) The story of Mo'ne Davis, a female pitcher for a Little League World Series team from Philadelphia, presented; scenes shown. [DAVIS - says she will just play her game; hopes to be the first female in MLB or the NBA.] [Mother Lakeisha McLEAN, coach Alex RICE- talk about Mo'ne.]