This program is 29 minutes long
(Chicago: Chris Bury) The dramatic consequences of the heat wave in the Midwest and East reviewed; scenes shown from Chicago's marathon; weather map shown. [Washingtonian Tiffany DOSS, Chicago marathon runners Amanda HOHMANN, MAN - complain.] [Rush University ER's Dr. Yanina PURIM-SHENTOV, race director Carey PINKOWSKY- react to the marathon's conditions.] [AccuWeather.com meteorologist Bernie RAYNO- explains the weather conditions.] [In New York City, ice SKATER - comments.]
(Woodstock, Georgia: Steve Osunsami) The impact of the drought on the city of Atlanta, which could run out of drinking water, examined; scenes shown from nearly dry Lake Alatoona and Lake Lanier; details given about water restrictions in Georgia counties. [Area resident Carol PETERSON, US Army Corps of Engineers Michael LAPINA- wonder about water.] [Georgia environmental protection division Carol COUCH- calls this drought unprecedented.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The debate over presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton's vote to declare the Iranian Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization examined. [In Iowa, in response to a question from Iowa voter Randall Rolph, CLINTON - says she has been asked the same question several times; defends her position.] [ROLPH - reacts.] [At last debate, John EDWARDS - says he won;t give President Bush the authority to go to war with Iran.] [ABC News political analyst Mark HALPERIN- assesses Hillary's votes.] [Today, Senator Barack OBAMA - criticizes Hillary.] The position on Iran taken by the group MoveOn.org noted.
(Baghdad: Miguel Marquez) The provocative new movie "Meeting Resistance," a documentary about what motivates Iraqis to fight Americans, examined; film clips about the insurgent view shown; details given about why the military is showing it to the soldiers. [After viewing the film, Army 3rd Infantry Div. Sgt. Mike KELLEY, Spc. Travis BARNES- react to the Iraqi point of view.] [Multinational forces-Iraq red team leader Lt. Col. Jeff RAGLAND- comments on understanding motivation.]
(St. Louis: Barbara Pinto) The story of two women, sisters Karen Swifter and Donata Earley, who faced agonizing questions about breast cancer, examined; statistics on a genetic test for cancer risk cited; controversial TV ad shown. [SWIFTER - explains why she had a mastectomy.] [EARLEY - says she is embarrassed she decided to hold off on surgery.] [Dana-Farber Cancer Inst. Dr. Judy GARBER- comments on what a genetic test indicates.] [EARLEY, SWIFTER - comment on their decisions.]
(Yosemite National Park, California David Muir) One man's monumental volunteer challenge to clean up Yosemite National Park in California featured; scenes shown of a pile of garbage picked up by the volunteers and of the area around El Capitan, where volunteers pick up trash, including a 1951 Nash; details given about how the park bears go after garbage and food in cars. [Climber Ken YEAGER, park ranger Scott GEDMAN. climber Grant FISCUS, ranger Adrienne FREEMAN, kid VOLUNTEER - comment on the impact of visitors on the park and land stewardship.]