This program is 29 minutes long
(Philadelphia: Matt Gutman) The dangers from the unrelenting heat featured; scenes shown of structural damages and the pools in Philadelphia. [Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston Dr. Joshua KOSOWSKY- talks about heat and illness.] [Jefferson Sleep Disorder Center director Dr. Karl DOGHRAMJI- explains how heat disrupts sleep.]
(Studio: David Muir, Rich Besser) What people should do to sleep better in the heat, what happens if you stop sweating and medical signs of trouble discussed.
(Studio: David Muir; Central Park: Sam Champion) The closing of the crown of the Statue of Liberty due to the heat dome over the country discussed; weather map shown.
(Los Angeles: David Wright) A tragedy at Yosemite National Park in which three people were swept over the falls featured; scenes shown of the dramatic thundering Yosemite waterfalls and at Niagara Falls. [Two HIKERS, park's Scott GEDIMAN, National Park Service Michael LITTERST- describe what happened to the three in the raging waters.] The overall annual deaths at the national parks noted. [Injured at Niagara Falls, Lindsay BURGESS- comments.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) Why Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel walked out of an interview with WMAQ-TV examined. [EMANUEL - says his children are not in a public position.] [September 27, President OBAMA - says the DC public school system are struggling.] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - tells questioner not to ask.]
(Seattle: Neal Karlinsky) How tech giant Apple is doing so well in business examined; details given about iPad sales and the development of the "app" economy. ["Wired" magazine John ABELL- says Apple has caught a wave.] [Earlier, Apple CEO Steve JOBS - says the world is going mobile.] ["New York Times" editor Sam GROBART- comments on Apple.]
(Kennedy Space Center, Florida: Lisa Stark) The last landing of the space shuttle featured; scenes shown of the Atlantis coming back to Earth and landing. [Losing NASA job, Ellen UNDERWOOD- reacts.] [NASA administrator Charles BOLDEN- says America likes to be first as in space.]
(Studio: David Muir) NASA's plans for a permanent marker on the runway where Atlantis touched down today noted.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The issue of privacy versus protection with airport screening examined; scenes shown of the new TSA images from software that is less revealing of the body. [Several TRAVELLERS - complain about evasiveness.] [TSA administrator John PISTOLE- says we are addressing security and privacy needs.]
(Washington: Claire Shipman) How the baby boomers are reinventing retirement examined; scenes shown to illustrate new retirement careers; details given about how working after retirement age is healthier. [Dr. James and Elizabeth APESOS- talk about their second acts in life.] [National Assn. of Area Agencies on Aging Sandy MARKWOOD- says older people are freed up.] Some tips to make these second acts happier outlined on screen.