This program is 28 minutes long
(Lake Arlington, Texas: Yunji de Nies) The drought and heat in Texas and Oklahoma featured; scenes shown of the shrinking water in Lake Arlington and the algae in stagnant waters. [Fisherman Andrew JONES, fish farmer Hal McKNIGHT- react to the weather.] [Army Corps of Engineers Tony CLYDE- comments on the reservoirs.]
(Studio: John Berman) The impact of the debt ceiling crisis on the economy examined; details given about the rise in gold prices indicating a market meltdown. [Meridian Equity Partners Jonathan CORPINA- says investors are taking money out of the market.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) Warren's CFPB and her fight for the middle class examined; details given about what the agency plans to do to help consumers. [OBAMA - says Warren faced opposition.] [WARREN - says no one is looking out for the consumer; states she is not through throwing rocks and fighting.]
(Dadaab refugee camp, Kenya: Lama Hasan) The crisis in Somalia from drought and famine featured; scenes shown from the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya holding 400,000 people; details given of the threat of Al Qaeda in Somalia. [MAN - says his wife died from hunger.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) What people can do to help and give support by giving money to food and medical programs discussed.
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) Tomorrow's grilling of 80-year-old media mogul Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, by outraged British politicians previewed; details given about Murdoch's influence on politicians, including Prime Minister David Cameron, and the police. ["New Yorker" Ken AULETTA- says Murdoch has to worry.] [News Corp. deputy COO James MURDOCH- comments on a settlement.] [Media analyst Claire ENDERS- says Murdoch was immensely powerful in Britain.] What News Corp. may have to do if it faces criminal charges outlined on screen.
(Austin and studio: Claire Shipman) The growth of the boomer population in Austin, Texas, examined; scenes shown from across the town. [Boomers Pat and Bill WALTERS, musician Bobby WHITAKER- comment on the city.] What retirees want outlined.
(Washington: John Donvan) The significance of the victory of Japan in the women's World Cup soccer finals examined; game footage shown. [American player Hope SOLO - comments.]