This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Rob Marciano) The flood waters reviewed; scenes shown from cities in Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Minnesota & New York with weather maps. [Resident Selinda JORDAN, Minnesota WOMAN - react.] A heat wave in the West discussed; temperature map shown.
(New York: Marci Gonzalez) Two rough plane landings in Denver & Chicago featured; scenes & diagram shown of the two planes, one with a blown tire. [Passenger Mark QUINLAND@- describes what happened.]
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The impact of a cyclone on the Pacific island of Vanuatu featured; scenes shown of damages. [UNICEF Alice CLEMENT - calls it an horrific disaster.]
(London: Terry Moran) The role of Americabn volunteers in the fight against ISIS in Iraq & Syria featured; scenes shown of the fighting in Tikrit. [In Syria, American "PETER" - says he is a volunteer, not a terrorist.] [American Christian, "BRETT" - comments.]
(College Park, Maryland: Bazi Kanani) The investigation of racism at fraternities at the University Maryland & the University of Washington after the racist incident at the University of Oklahoma examined; details given about a Kappa Sigma vulgar e-mail. [Maryland STUDENT, Washington student Dirir ABDULLAHI@- react to what happened.]
(New York: Linzie Janis) The plea from an Atlanta pastor, Creflo Dollar, for a 65-million-dollar luxury jet for his world ministry examined; video appeal & Dollar preaching shown. ["The Christian Post" reporter Leonardo BLAIR@- says it has become a distraction for the ministry.] [In 2008, DOLLAR - says he need a plane.]
(Los Angeles: Clayton Sandell) A look inside the rescue of "miracle baby" Lily Goresbeck from a Utah river after a car crash that killed her mother featured; scenes shown of the rescue effort at the Spanish Fork River & of Lily with her father.
(Washington: John Donvan) Forgotten movie sets reborn featured; scenes shown from a cow shed in Georgia where rests the Tara mansion set from "Gone with the Wind" & from Tunisia of Star Trek memorabilia [In Georgia, historian Peter BONNER - shows the set pieces.]