This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Kelly O'Donnell) The plans for the administration to reveal a strategy for dealing with ISIS in Syria as well as Iraq examined; scenes & map shown of air strikes in Iraq. [On "Meet the Press," President OBAMA - says we will deal with the ISIS threat; says we will degrade & defeat them: it is a serious threat; comments on the immigration issue.] [Senators Dianne FEINSTEIN, Marco RUBIO - offer differing opinions on the president's foreign policy.] The reaction to Obama's decision to delay immigration reform noted. [Representative Tony CARDENAS@- says Latinos are pissed off.]
(London: Kelly Cobiella) The monsoon flooding in India & Pakistan featured; scenes shown of the flooding, rescue operations.
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The severe weather across the country reviewed; scenes shown of a dust storm in Phoenix, flooding in Arizona, Detroit, Boston, lightning strikes & the rain from Hurricane Norbert. [Arizona WOMAN, WOMAN, Boston MAN - react.] [Ipswich police dept. Lt. John HUBBARD@- talks about the lightning victims.]
(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) Report introduced.
(studio: Kim Cunningham) The flooding in the Southwest, the colder weather in the Midwest & the East reviewed; weather maps shown.
(New York: Sharon Epperson) The job plight for college graduates examined; financial statistics cited. [29-year-old waitress with degrees Marcia GARDNER?- says she is overeducated & it is frustrating.] [George Washington University professor Joann WEINER@- talks about the jobs market; points out the college degree is worth it.]
(New York: Ron Mott) A memorial service in New York City for the late comedian Joan Rivers featured; scenes shown from outside the location of the private service attended by stars. ["Access Hollywood" host Billy BUSH@- talks about Howard Stern.] [In her book, RIVERS - jokes about her funeral.] [FAN, "Today" host Hoda KOTBE - comment.]
(Chicago: Mark Potter) A look at heroin in Chicago & the suburbs based on drugs that cross the border to the US from Mexico featured; scenes shown of heroin deals, of the "heroin highway." [DEA agent Jack RILEY - talks about the heroin problem with sales by gangs.] [Recovering addict "WES" - talks about heroin's availability.] [Rosecrance chief medical officer Dr. Thomas WRIGHT@- worries about losing a generation.]
(of Crested Butte, Colorado, Mike Taibbi) How the rustic ski town of Crested Butte, Colorado, was painted blue for a Bud Lite commercial featured; scenes shown of the branded town & party. [Anheuser-Busch Nick KELLY@, Paradox Footwear Ethan HICKS@, Western State Colorado University professor David ROTHMAN@, Mayor Aaron HUCKSTEP@- comment on the whole experience.]