This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: Janet Shamlian) The Ebola crisis in Dallas featured; scenes shown from the memorial for Duncan; details given from an AP story on hospital protocol for protective gear with records of nurses Nina Pham & Amanda Vinson. [Dr. Mika ROBERSON - talks about the need for better guidelines.] [In local cafes, FAMILY - comments on behavior.] The passenger on the cruise ship who worked in an Ebola lab mentioned.
(Studio: Lester Holt; Washington: Chuck Todd) The national political effect of Ebola with statements from President Obama with Ron Klain named as czar & the concern about hysteria discussed.
(Studio: Lester Holt) An Ebola summit on "Meet the Press" noted.
(Studio: Lester Holt) WHO's statistics on Ebola cases in 7 countries cited. Report introduced.
(New York: Anne Thompson) The story of American Katie Meyler%, who is combatting Ebola in Liberia, featured; scenes shown from Monrovia. [MEYLER - talks about Ebola orphans who are outcasts in the community & the girl left outside alone.]
(Supreme Court: Kristen Welker) A Supreme Court order allowing Texas to use strict voter ID law for casting a ballot examined. [On the street, two PEOPLE - offer views on the state law.] [NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund Natasaha KORGAONKAR@- calls the law for disenfranchising voters.] Map of 8 states requiring voter IDs shown. [NBC News political editor Mark MURRAY@- offers views on th law hurting Democrats.]
(Southhampton, Bermuda: Dylan Dreyer) The impact of Hurricane Gonzalo on the island of Bermuda & the course of Hurricane Ana, near Hawaii, featured; scenes shown of the wind, rain, surf, downed trees.
(Providence, Rhode Island: Rehema Ellis) The story of a young couple, Mark & Ismini Svenson%, on a mission to make people smile, presented; scenes shown of the StayUnited fund-raising route across 50 states. [Ismini SVENSON - talks about memorializing her father by using wedding funds for others.] [Mark SVENSON - talks about acts of kindness.]