This program is 29 minutes long
(New Orleans: Matt Gutman) The expectation Hayward will be replaced by Bob Dudley & the possibility the "static kill" could be working soon examined; scenes shown from the oil rig. [May 18, May 30, June 17, HAYWARD - makes statements.] [Representative Henry WAXMAN - criticizes Hayward.] [Plaquemines Parish president Billy NUNGESSER, Plaquemines Parish resident Alice SCANDURRO- react to the Hayward ouster.] [In helicopter, Coast Guard R/Adm. Paul ZUNKUNFT- says no new oil is released.]
(Kabul: Nick Schifrin) The desperate search in Afghanistan for two missing American sailors with the possibility the Taliban captured one & killed one featured; reward poster quoted; details given about security problems around Kabul. [Joint Chiefs chairman Adm. Mike MULLEN - talks about the mission here.] The prior capture of American Bowe Bergdahl†† recalled. [Black Swan Group CEO Chris VOSS†- talks about how they may feel.]
(Studio: Bill Weir; Washington: Martha Raddatz) The questions of what the Navy men were doing in the dangerous Logar province & the newspaper account of the leak of material on the war that threatens national security with examples cited discussed.
(Broadview, Illinois: Eric Horng) The catastrophic dam failure in Iowa after days of heavy rain the Midwest & the heat wave in the East featured; scenes shown of the flooding into the river, of flood waters in the town of Broadview, a thunderstorm in hot Washington, DC. [Flood victims RESIDENT, Mike WILLEY, Delores JIMENEZ; Washington boy SCOUT - react.]
(Capitol Hill: David Kerley) A battle over whether to let President Bush's tax cuts expire to plug the deficit examined; details given about the rich who could lose tax cuts & the significance of the tax debate for the fall elections. [Treasury Secretary Tim GEITHNER - defends letting tax cuts expire.] [Former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH, Moody's economy.com economist Mark ZANDI- oppose any tax increase in a weak economy.] [President OBAMA - criticizes Republicans.] [Yesterday, Representative Mike PENCE - responds.]
(No location given: Barbara Pinto) The bitter battle over Arizona's immigration law featured; scenes shown from Phoenix of protests; details given about possible state losses from boycotts & the exodus of Latinos. [Grocery store owner Rosario PERALTA- says immigrants are moving & not buying.] [University of Arizona Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy Judy GANS- says the law aims to drive out immigrants.] [Apartment building owner Rollie RANKIN- cites business losses.]
(New York: Stephanie Sy) The uncertain future for the comic book in the digital age featured; scenes shown from the Comic Con event. [Marvel Entertainment vice president Ira RUBENS. Comic Book Resources producer Jonah WEILAND- back a new digital audience.] [Old-school comic fan Andre PAZMINO, Forbidden Planet manager Matthew DESIDERIO- question digitizing comics.]