This program is 28 minutes long
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The drama surrounding media mogul Rupert Murdoch, caught in the tabloid newspaper hacking scandal in his global empire, featured; details given about the hacking into the voice mail of 2002 murder victim Milly Dowler and of criminal investigations into whether his papers hacked into families who lost loved ones on 9/11. [MURDOCH - says he apologized after finding out what happened.] [Dowler lawyer Mark LEWIS- says he apologized many times.] The resignation of tabloid editor Rebekah Brooks and Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton noted.
(White House: Jake Tapper) President Obama's push for a deficit reduction package while negotiations are at an impasse over taxes and cuts featured; details given about what happens if the debt ceiling is not raised by August 2, which would lead to higher interest rates and government bills would not be saved. [In response to reporter's question, OBAMA - says he would use means testing on Medicare.] [Representative John BOEHNER - says we ask the president for a real plan.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) What the people are saying about the political gridlock presented. [Four PEOPLE - complain.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) Why it is so hard to cut a deal in Washington examined; details given about the vote count in Congress. [Senator Bob CORKER, Representatives Ted DEUTCH, Allen WEST, Paul BROWN - speak out on the deficit and the debt ceiling.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI - opposes cuts in Medicare.]
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The runway collision of two jets at Boston's Logan Airport featured; scenes shown of the damaged Delta and regional planes, a recent incident at JFK Airport with virtual view of the runway accident with the voice of Delta pilot heard; statistics on runway incidents cited. [PASSENGER - comments.] [Former Delta pilot Kevin HYATT - explains the limits of vision from the cockpit.]
(Chicago: Chris Bury) The spread of the heat wave into the Midwest featured; temperature map and Chicago video shown. [WLS-TV meteorologist Mike CAPLAN- says it will last.] [Chicago department of public health commissioner Dr. Bechara CHOUCAIR- talks about the dangers of extreme heat.]
(New York: Dan Harris) A research study at Columbia on the impact of the Internet on how we remember information examined; details given about shared memory, technology and creativity. [Psychology researcher professor Betsy SPARROW- says the first response is Google or Yahoo: it is a reflex.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) The right for a patient to talk to the doctor with his clothes on and the right to ask doctors to wash their hands discussed; music video on hand washing shown.
(No location given: Tom Rinaldi) Seven-year-old Josiah Viera, who suffers from accelerated aging in the rare disease progeria, profiled; scenes shown of Josiah playing baseball before many fans. [VIERA - talks about baseball.] [Josiah's doctor Colleen WALSH- says Josiah is 70-year-old.] [Mother Jennifer VIERA, T-ball coach Sam BORDNER- talk about the boy.]