This program is 29 minutes long
(Frankfurt, Germany: Deborah Roberts) The dramatic defeat of the favored US women's soccer team by Japan reviewed; scenes shown from the game that ended on penalty kicks; details given about Japan's Cinderella story after the devastation four months ago and the heartbreaking loss for the Americans.
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The continuing casualties in the phone hacking scandal in Britain with the arrest of former "News of the World" editor Rebekah Brooks and the resignation of Scotland Yard chief of police Sir Paul Stephenson due to ties to the tabloid reviewed; details given about the hearings in Parliament for Brooks and Rupert and James Murdoch and the possible spread of the scandal to the US. [STEPHENSON - comments on the case.] ["New Yorker" media critic Ken AULETTA- says Brooks had to know.] [UK media analyst Steve HEWLETT - comments.]
(Studio: David Muir, Dan Abrams) The question of whether Murdoch could incriminate himself before Parliament and the possible criminal charges in the US after investigations here by the FBI and others discussed.
(Chicago: Chris Bury) The heat wave across the country reviewed; scenes from Chicago beaches and temperature maps shown; details given about health issues for the elderly, athletes and racing horses. [Several PEOPLE - complain.] [Illinois racing board veterinarian Dr. Joe LAKEN- worries about the horses in the heat.]
(Studio: David Muir) Live discussion held with AccuWeather meteorologist Justin Povick about the hot weather. [POVICK - shows the weather system.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The hopes for a big budget deficit deal before the August 2 deadline featured; details given about talks between President Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner about possible deficit reductions that include entitelements and about a second plan being devised by Senate leaders. [White House OMB director Jack LEW- says something could get done.] [On CBS, Senator Tom COBURN - talks about the alternate plan for a debt limit.] [Virginia resident Hugh BURKHART, San Francisco residents Gia BRAZIL, MAN - offer differing opinions on a budget deal.]
(Dadaab refugee camp, Kenya: Lama Hasan) The disaster in the desert for Somalis trapped by drought and famine featured; scenes shown from the refugee camp in Kenya. [Aid agency WOMAN - talks about the need for support.] [Save the Children Andrew WANDER- cites the need for humanitarian support.]
(Orlando: Jim Avila) The release of Casey Anthony from jail after the verdict in her murder trial featured; photos and video shown of her leaving while the crowds watched. [Photographer Red HUBER, AP reporter Matt SEDENSKY- comment on watching Casey and her attorney.] [At Caylee memorial, Denise STOWE- reacts to Casey's release.]
(Studio: David Muir; Los Angeles: Clayton Sandell) The return of cars to the 405 and plans for another shutdown in 11 months for more construction discussed; scenes shown of a skateboarder on the freeway.
(South Africa: David Muir) The 93rd birthday for former South African President Nelson Mandela featured; photos and video of Mandela shown. [First Lady Michelle OBAMA - talks about meeting Mandela.] [Mandela's typist Zelda La GRANGE- recounts meeting Mandela: a life-changing experience.]