This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Juilaina Goldman) The US intervention in Iraq to help liberate the siege of Amerill, Iraq, featured. [Senator John MCCAIN - talks about defeating ISIS and needing a strategy.] [Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN- suggests President Obama is being too cautious re: Syria.] [Representative Adam SMITH - offers caution re: ISIS.]
(Los Angeles: Teri Okita) The aftermath of the earthquake in Napa Valley, California examined; scenes shown from businesses dependent on tourism, lost pets. [Restaurateur Yusuf TOPOL, Velo Pizzeria OWNER, salon OWNER - talk about lost business.] [Tourist Calvin EVANS, Napa County animal shelter manager Kelly TRACY - comment.]
(New York: Vladimir Duthiers) The domestic violence charges against NFL player Ray McDonald that will test the NFL's new policy on domestic abuse after the Ray Rice case featured; photos shown of McDonald, who was arrested, The letter from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about penalties for domestic violence quoted.
(Hampton, Georgia: Vicente Arenas) The return to racing for NASCAR driver Tony Stewart after his car hit and killed fellow driver Kevin Ward three weeks ago featured; scenes shown from the racetrack. [Sporting news media writer Bob POKRIS- assesses Stewart's return to racing.] [On Friday, STEWART - comments.] [Fan Brian TURNER - backs Stewart.]
(Atlantic City, New Jersey: Anne-Marie Green) The economic impact of the closing of another gambling casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, featured; scenes shown. [WOMAN, casino workers Yomary BLANCO, Ronnie DOWNING, Pastor David MCGETTIGAN, Mayor Don GUARDIAN- react to the casinos closing.]
(San Francisco: Carter Evans) A high-tech program to help the homeless of San Francisco examined; scenes shown. [HandUp website's Rose BROOM- talks about helping the homeless find jobs.] [Once homeless, Janelle MITCHELL - comments on her goals and being helped.]