This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: Charles Hadlock) The brazen attack by James Boulware@ on police headquarters in Dallas featured; scenes shown of the bullet-riddled buildings & cars & the armored assault vehicle with audio played; details given about bombs, Boulware's arrest record. [Witnesses Josh GILBO?, Tim SAULMON@- describe what happened.] [Father James BOULWARE@- comments on his son's breaking points.]
(Morrisville, New York: Miguel Almaguer) The search in New York state for escaped prisoners Richard Matt & David Sweat & the arrest of prison employee Joyce Mitchell, who gave the prisoners tools, updated; scenes shown from the area near the prison & of Mitchell; details given about the charges against Mitchell. [Clinton County D.A. Andrew WYLIE@- comments on charges against Mitchell.] A statement from daughter-in-law Paige Mitchell quoted. [New York state police Charles GUESS@- says Lyle Mitchell has not been charged & we are "coming for you."]
(Roosevelt Island: Andrea Mitchell) The rally for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in New York featured; scenes shown of the crowd on Roosevelt Island. [CLINTON - campaigns on becoming the woman president & against the Republicans.] [Two SUPPORTERS, Clinton campaign chairman John PODESTA@- comment.]
(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.
(Tallinn, Estonia: Chris Jansing) Soon-to-be presidential candidate Jeb Bush featured; scenes shown from Estonia & Europe; details given about Bush's problems & what he needs to do. [BUSH - explains what he needs to do & what he can do.] ["USA Today" Washington bureau chief Susan PAIGE@- talks about these photo ops.]
(Studio: Peter Alexander, Chuck Todd) How Clinton & Bush will handle their political legacies discussed.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Anne Thompson) A new way developed by T.J. Parker to manage your prescription drugs examined; scenes shown from a New Hampshire pill pack factory. [Senior Fred RUBEN - worries about being medically compromised.] [PARKER - shows his pill pack factory.] [In Seattle, Kelly Ross Pharmacy vice president Dr. Ryan HANSEN@- talks about the technology.]
(London: Kelly Cobiella) The reaction to remarks from British scientist Tim Hunt about women in the science lab examined; scenes shown of Hunt; Tweets quoted. [Neurology professor Sophie SCOTT - talks about women in science.]
(Chicago: John Yang) A comedy program Chicago for teenagers with autism featured; scenes shown from the Second City improv classes. [Asperger's Connor OWENS , Second City's Kerry SHEEHAN@, teacher Nick JOHN, TEEN & MOM - talk about the comedy classes.]