This program is 28 minutes long
(Oslo: Miguel Marquez) Two terrorism attacks in Oslo, Norway, in the city and at a youth camp on an island featured; photos and video from the city of damages to buildings and people shown. [Eyewitnesses Andreas LUNDE, Olaf FUNRISS, Norway TV2 correspondent Paul JORGENSON- describe what happened.]
(Studio: David Muir, Brian Ross) The role of a lone Norwegian in both the bombing and the shootings and the makeup of the homemade bomb discussed; scenes shown of the debris in Oslo.
(New York: Matt Gutman) The deadly heat wave leading to high energy use featured; scenes shown from New York City. [Con Edison vice president John MIKSAD- says it is exciting and scary; notes the cities retain heat.] Power tips outlined on screen.
(Studio: David Muir) Live discussion held with meteorologist Harvey Leonard; virtual view and weather map shown. [LEONARD - talks about the record heat and the drought cycle.]
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The new breeds of mosquitoes due to the high heat examined; details given about the Asian Tiger mosquito and the yellow fever mosquito that transmits disease. [Rugters University entomologist Dr. Dina FONSECA- talks about the numbers of mosquitoes; worries about local epidemics.] [Entomologist Theodore ABDREADIS- talks mosquitoes.]
(Buckingham Palace: Nick Watt) Britain's display of Kate Middleton's wedding dress at the palace featured; scenes shown. [Curator Caroline de GUITAUT- talks about the beauty of the dress.]
(Baltimore: Claire Shipman) How the baby boomers are turning to competitive sports featured; scenes shown of a workout. [75-year-old body builder Ernestine SHEPHERD- jokes about her age.] [Mayo Clinic's Dr. Michael JOYNER- says intense physical activity slows down the aging process.]