This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Kristen Welker) The US intervention via air strikes in Iraq to help liberate the siege of Amerill, Iraq, the war policy debate and the issue of Americans fighting for ISIS featured. [Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN- suggests President Obama is being too cautious re: Syria.] The "New York Times" op-ed from Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham calling for action against ISIS in Syria quoted. [Senator Dutch RUPPERSBERGER- calls for caution.] [Representative Mike ROGERS - says 100 Americans have participated.] The coming NATO summit in Wales noted. [Retired Gen. Anthony ZINNI- says Obama has to assure NATO that the US will lead in Ukraine and Syria.] Reports from Libya that militiamen have overrun the US embassy in Tripoli reported; pool shown.
(Minneapolis: Ron Allen) The recruitment of Americans in Minnesota by terrorism groups like ISIS examined; details given about Douglas McCain and others, who were killed in Syria and elsewhere; scenes shown from Little Mogadishu in Minneapolis and from recruiting videos. [Cousin Kenyatta McCAIN- expresses shock over Douglas.] [Non-profit's Mohammed FARAH- talks about militant recruitment.]
(New York: Kristen Dahlgren) 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; McDonald photos shown; a statement from the San Francisco 49ers quoted; details given about the new policy promoted by commissioner Roger Goodell. [National Network to End Domestic Violence Kim GANDY- cites the reaction from female fans.] [Pro football talk show host Mike FLORIO- explains the NFL approach to these cases.]
(Hampton, Georgia: Gabe Gutierrez) 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 accident on the racetrack. [Three Stewart FANS - comment on his return.] [On Friday, STEWART - speaks about the tragedy.] [NBC Sports contributor Nate RYAN- comments on social media.]
(Studio: Dylan Dreyer) The weather forecast for severe storms in the Northeast presented; weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Hallie Jackson) The move in California toward a ban on plastic bags featured; store scenes shown. [SHOPPERS - offer views.] Map of other states considering banning single-use bags and ads from the plastic bag industry shown. [Environment California Michelle KINMAN- comments on the bag issue.]
(Cary, Illinois: Kevin Tibbles) The passionate debate over exposing children to guns examined; scenes shown from a suburban Chicago firing range. [Teens and father James, Andrew and Russell FREN- talk about their guns.] Shooting education program mentioned. [USA shooter Bob MITCHELL- talks about the sport.] [Children's National Medical Center Dr. Paramjit JOSHI- talks about the dangers of guns and kids.]
(Bangkok: Ian Williams) Polo in Thailand using elephants to raise money for charity featured; scenes from the polo field shown. [Tournament founder William HEINECKE- talks about care for elephants.]
(Albuquerque, New Mexico: Chelsea Clinton) A school program to feed the children featured; scenes shown from Comanche Elementary School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. [Teacher Marvin CALLAHAN - talks about the kids missing breakfast and having little food at home.] [KID, MOTHER, Rebecca MILCARACK- back the food pantry.]