This program is 29 minutes long
(Emerald Isle, North Carolina: Gabe Gutierrez) The dangers of aging decks examined in light of a deck collapse in Emerald Isle, North Carolina, featured; scenes shown of the deck on rented property & other deck collapses; deck statistics cited. [WOMAN, fire dept. Bill WALKER@, MAN, neighbor Alma ARNOLD, town manager Frank RUSH@- describe what happened.]
(Los Angeles: Joe Fryer) The emergency landing of a small plane on a beach featured; scenes & photos shown from California. [Four WITNESSES, plane company owner Jim OAKLEY - describe what happened to the plane.] Another crash of a plane carrying a banner shown.
(White House: Kristen Welker) The safe Fourth of July holiday with the ISIS terrorism alert in major cities reviewed; details given about concerns about lone wolf terrorism.
(Athens: Keir Simmons) The results of the vote in Greece on the Europe bailout measures that now threatens the unity of Europe examined; scenes shown from the streets of Athens; details given of stock market concerns. [Two GREEKS, tourists Bert & Nancy McCOY - react.]
(Vienna: Andrea Mitchell) The tough talks for a nuclear deal with Iran updated; scenes shown from Vienna & a YouTube video from Iran; details given about areas of agreement & disagreement & the position of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. [Secretary of State John KERRY - says the negotiation could go either way, but we could walk away from the deal.]
(Quito: Anne Thompson) The visit to Latin America by Pope Francis featured; scenes shown from Quito, Ecuador; details given about environmental, economic & crime issues. [Universidad San Francisco de Quito research biologist Kelly SWING@- comments.] ["National Catholic" reporter Father Thomas REESE@- talks about the pope's voice.]
(Vancouver: Jacob Rascon) The 2015 rematch between the US & Japan previewed; scenes shown of the US loss to Japan in 2011. [Players Carli LLOYD, Abby WAMBACH@, young PLAYER. mom Judy WAMBACH@, Ali Krieger's mother Debbie CHRISTOPHER@- comment on the US team.]
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The collection of African artifacts owned by Eric Edwards of Brooklyn featured; scenes shown of some of the art from all 54 African countries. [EDWARDS - talks about his first piece & his father's passion for history.] [Art Services Group appraiser Kenneth LISNER@- talks about a museum for the collection,]