This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Jim Axelrod; Martha's Vineyard: Major Garrett) President Obama's strategy for dealing with ISIS while seeking support for air strikes in Syria and the disapproval of Obama's vacation discussed.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) The vacation days taken by Obama as compared to Presidents Clinton, Reagan and Bush outlined on screen.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Washington: Julianna Goldman) The ISIS fight with the Kurds in the north of Iraq, the escalating sectarian violence and the need for a stronger central government featured; scenes shown from the Kirkuk bombing. [KURD - says we need weapons.] [US deputy national security adviser Ben RHODES - sums up the Iraq situation.]
(Ferguson: Vladimir Duthiers) The changing face of the protests in Ferguson examined; scenes shown of the demonstration Saturday afternoon and the show of support for police officer Darren Wilson, who shot Michael Brown. [March organizer John GASKIN- comments on young black men.] The April speech by St. Louis County police officer Dan Page boasting about his ease in shooting people shown. [Wilson SUPPORTER - comments.]
(New York: Mark Albert) A protest in New York City in support of Eric Garner, the man who died in police custody from an officer's chokehold five weeks ago, featured; scenes shown of the march and the Garner incident ruled a homicide. [Marcher Annie Anna GERARDO, Staten Island resident Rosemary ANTONUCCI- want justice.]
(Johannesburg: South Africa: Debra Patta) The aggressive Ebola outbreak in west Africa with some patients being hidden and some countries closing their borders reviewed; scenes and map shown. [Doctors Without Borders Henry GRAY - says we are expanding our patient care site.] [South Africa Inst. for Communicable Diseases HEAD - says health care does not exist in these places.]
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The use by the paparazzi of drones to track celebrities examined; details given about privacy laws and proposed legislation. [Paparazzi Reform Initiative director Sean BURKE- says drones are a privacy concern.] [Drone Dudes head Eric MALONEY- says you should not be allowed to use this technology to invade someone's space.] FAA statistics on drone use cited.