This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The drama in Britain as 80-year-old media mogul Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, answered questions from politicians about the tabloid phone hacking scandal featured; scenes shown of a "comic" trying to hit Rupert with a shaving cream pie; details given about the personal and business backgrounds of the Murdochs and Rupert's third wife Wendi Deng and the Murdochs' denial of the criminality in the corporation. [R. MURDOCH - says it is a humble day: that people betrayed the company and me.] [J. MURDOCH - comments on the allegations.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The rise of stock in the News Corp. during the day shown.
(Oklahoma City: Matt Gutman) The deadly heat in the country's mid-section reviewed; scenes shown from hot Oklahoma City, dust in Phoenix, a summer camp in Minnesota, a fog in Chicago. [Campfire USA Minnesota CEO Marnie WELLS- cites the heat.] [Oklahoma City streets, traffic and drainage supt. Mike DEGIACOMO- explains how the concrete buckles.] A steak cooking on a car dashboard shown.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The anger from the American people over the political stalemate featured. [Freshman House REPUBLICANS - complain about the president.] [Four PEOPLE, Peggy LEMONS - complain about Congress.] [Senators Mark WARNER, Orrin HATCH, Representativea Allen WEST, Emanuel CLEAVER- respond to the public's viewpoint.] A proposal from some senators discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) A report that the US military last May tracked a truck carrying Awlaki in Yemen but missed with several missile strikes featured; virtual view shown.
(New York: Linsey Davis) A new call to action about reducing the chances for Alzheimer's disease examined; details given about seven life risk factors defined by "Lancet Neurology" researchers. [University Hospitals Case Medical Center Dr. Peter WHITEHOUSE- says you can do something to keep your brain healthy.]
(Bethesda, Maryland: Claire Shipman) A new boomer approach to marriage in retirement in which couples may live apart examined. [Jane and John CHATFIELD- talk about retirement apart.] ["The Couple's Retirement Puzzle" author Dorian MINTZER- says the women want a voice rather than just adjusting to the husband.] [Jim ROSS- comment.]