This program is about 1 hour long
(Austin, Texas: Manuel Bojorquez) The flooding in Missouri & Texas & tornadoes, hail & rains in the plains featured; scenes shown from Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas. [MAN - reacts.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor; studio: Lauren Casey) The severe weather forecast with rain, tornadoes, hail & temperature drops discussed; weather maps shown.
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The fierce battle for Ramadi, Iraq, with an ISIS offensive featured; scenes & photos shown.
(Los Angeles: Omar Villafranca) The victims in the Marine helicopter that crashed in Nepal while on a humanitarian mission after the April earthquake featured; map & pictures of the six Marines shown. [Nepal Prime Minister Sushil KAIRALA@- expresses condolences.]
(Washington: Julianna Goldman) The claim by computer expert Chris Roberts that he hacked into airplane computers for security reasons examined; Roberts on his hacking quoted; details given about FBI investigations into tampering. [OneWorldLabs ROBERTS - talks about computer systems.] [ANALYST - comments.]
(Philadelphia: Kris Van Cleave) A memorial service in Philadelphia for the victims of the Amtrak train derailment & the investigation featured; scenes shown from the crash site. [NTSB board member Robert SUMWALT - says we want to downplay the windshield fracture pattern.] [Injured passenger Lenny NOBBS%, police officers Tim STEFFEN, Richard HAUFF?- describe what happened in the crash.] The resumption of Amtrak service tomorrow noted.
(Rome: Allen Pizzey) Pope Francis's elevation of four nuns to sainthood featured; scenes shown from the service, of the pope's meeting with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas; details given about the stories of two nuns from Palestine, Mariam Bawardy% & Marie Alphonsine Ghaltas% & the Vatican accord with the state of Palestine.
(Studio: Jeff Glor, Jill Schlesinger) The consumer anxiety about the economy, the investor optimism, the need for consumer spending discussed.
(New York: Mark Albert) The vanishing honeybee colonies that are important to agriculture via pollination examined; USDA bee statistics cited; details given about possible causes. [Beekeeper David HACKENBERG?- talks about his bees.] [University of Maryland entomologist Dennis van ENGELSDORP%?- says they are dying in summer; states we need healthy bees for pollination.]
(New York: Jericka Duncan) The 100th anniversary of the Italian Market in south Philadelphia featured; scenes shown from the famous open-air market. [At the market, Antoinette CRIMI%, Emilio MENUCCI, Gus ISGRO%- talk about the long history of the market.]