This program is 38 minutes long
(ferguson" Vladimir Duthiers) The civil unrest in the streets of Ferguson with another night of clashes between protesters violating curfew and the police featured; scenes shown from the nighttime streets, police smoke bombs. [In church, Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ronald JOHNSON- speaks to the family.] [At news conference, JOHNSON - recounts what happened in the streets leading to a police response.]
(Martha's Vineyard: Major Garrett) What the White House is saying about the Ferguson, Missouri, story and the administration reaction to events in Iraq now that Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has agreed to step down from power discussed; photos shown of administration figures.
(Iraq: Charlie D'Agata) The view from the front lines in Iraq after the US air strikes against ISIS targets helped the Kurds take the offensive featured; scenes shown of the Kurdish forces; details given about the situation at the Mosul dam. [Pashmerga commander Lt. Gen. Najat ALI- comments.]
(Johannesburg, South Africa: Debra Patta) The mob attack on an Ebola clinic in Monrovia, Liberia, causing patients to flee featured; map and photos and video of the ill and treatment centers shown; details given about the WHO response. [Doctors Without Borders coordinator Linda SERUM- comments on patient care.]
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The problems of the need to rescue lost hikers examined; scenes shown from a rescue in southern California, of a woman falling down the cliff. [L.A. County search and rescue reserve chief Mike LEUM- says we are setting rescue records.] [US Forest Service Nathan JUDY- outlines what happens to hikers.]
(New York: Don Dahler) The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds for research into Lou Gehrig's disease examined; scenes shown of celebrities, including the Kennedys, Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift and non-celebrities getting an ice dump; statistics cited. [ALS Assn.'s CEO Barbara NEWHOUSE - reacts to this fund raising method.]
(Philadelphia: Anne Marie Green) How the nation's zoos are trying to make the zoo experience more exciting featured; scenes shown from Zoo 360 in Philadelphia with walkways for the animals above the visitors. [Philadelphia Zoo COO Andy BAKER - says we reinvent the zoo for the animals.] [Zookeeper Cabra FUMONTE- says the cats are energized.]