This program is 28 minutes long
(Chicago: Cynthia Bowers) The hot weather across the country featured; scenes shown from arid, hot Oklahoma, beaches, wildfires; details given about the drought in Texas and Oklahoma and rescued deer. [MAN, University of Arkansas div. of agriculture Jason KELLEY, deer RESCUER - react to the heat.]
(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Live discussion held with WFOR-TV meteorologist Jeff Berardelli about the heat. [BERARDELLI - talks about the heat warning in the Midwest, the coming high temperatures in the East.]
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) 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; newspaper headlines shown; details given of the resignation of Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, who faces further questions and media tycoon Rupert Murdoch and his son, James. [STEPHENSON - announces his resignation.] [UK media analyst Steve HEWLETT - comments.] The two police criminal investigations of the Murdoch company discussed.
(White House: Whit Johnson) 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 and increase taxes, what Republicans and Democrats want. [White House OMB director Jack LEW- says something could get done.] [BOEHNER - comments on the cut, cap and balance plan.] [Senator Richard DURBIN - responds.] Plan B being worked on by Senators Mitch McConnell and Harry Reid outlined. [Senator Tom COBURN - comments on the McConnell plan; calls for picking half of the possible savings.]
(Detroit: Dean Reynolds) Signs of a renaissance in Detroit, the Motor City, examined; scenes shown from the city. [Margarita BERRY - promotes downtown Detroit.] [Quicken loans worker Kristin TALBOTT, Quicken affiliate CEO Matt CULLEN, Detroit Labs' founder Dan WARD, The Crepery's Toria BLANCHARD, old-timer Mary GAVES- talk about the city.]
(New York: Tony Guida) The dramatic defeat of the favored US women's soccer team by Japan reviewed; scenes shown from the World Cup final game that ended on penalty kicks; details given about Japan's story after the devastation four months ago. ["Sports Illustrated" Grant WAHL- says the Us beat Japan 25 times before today.] [From New York City, young soccer FAN, WOMAN; in Greece, Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - react to the game.]