This program is 29 minutes long
(Chicago: Matt Gutman) The dangerous hot weather featured; scenes shown from Chicago's lakefront; details given about the impact of the extreme heat on the body, the warning signs and the use of thermal blankets. [Chicago MAN - comments.] [John H. Stroger, Jr, Hospital Dr. Jordan MOSKOFF- comments on the body shutting down.]
(Surf City, North Carolina: Steve Osunsami) A shark attack on a girl in shallow water on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, featured; virtual view shown. [National Park Service for Cape Hatteras Kenny BALANCE- describes what happened.] [Prior attack victim's mother Carolyn CARTWRIGHT - comments.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) A terrorism warning about a possible Al Qaeda attack before the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attack examined; details given about sabotage at a major utility. [Former homeland security official Chad SWEET†- comments on this kind of attack.] [Former counterterrorism official Richard CLARKE†- says jobs can be gotten on the inside at utilities.] The arrest in 2010 in Yemen of Sharif Mosley who had worked in five nuclear power plants and an incident at an Arizona water plant in which a worker took over the control room noted.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The issue of whether the migraine headaches suffered by presidential candidate Representative Michele Bachmann affect her ability to do the job of president examined; details given from her doctor's note about migraines. [BACHMANN - speaks.] [Presidential candidate Tim PAWLENTY†,"The View" co-host Elisabeth HASSELBECK†, Representative Steve KING- comment on the issue.] [ABC's Brian ROSS - tries to ask her a question.] The issue of presidential candidates' medical records discussed.
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) How British Prime Minister David Cameron is caught up in the Rupert Murdoch scandal examined; scenes shown from Parliament; details given from the fallout from the hacking scandal and of Murdoch's flight back to the US. [Opposition leader Ed MILIBAND- comments on Cameron.] [CAMERON - offers defense.]
(Central Falls, Rhode Island: Linsey Davis) The jeopardized future for retirees' pensions in Central Falls, Rhode Island, featured; details given about the town's request for police and fire retirees to give up a chunk of their pensions. [RETIREE, police retiree Col. Joseph MORAN - react.] [State appointed receiver Robert FLANDERS- says a haircut looks better than a beheading!]
(Washington: Claire Shipman) The business approach of part-time "bridge" jobs allowing workers to ease into retirement featured; details given of one man's story. [Semi-retired Aerospace worker Grant AUFDERHAAR- says he will never retire completely and wants to stay active.] ["Freakonomics" co-author Steve DUBNER- comments on money now or later.]
(New York: Bianna Golodryga) The reaction to the defense of media mogul Rupert Murdoch by his wife, Wendi Deng, when he was attacked by a shaving cream pie wielder examined; incident in Parliament and Facebook page shown. [Three AMERICANS - react.]