This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The reaction to presidential candidate Donald Trump's comments about war hero Senator John McCain featured; scenes shown from Ames, Iowa; critical party Tweets quoted. [TRUMP - says McCain is not a war hero.] [Rick PERRY - criticize Trump.]
(Los Angeles: Matt Gutman) The wildfire in California that jumped the freeway on Friday featured; scenes shown of the San Bernardino fire burning cars & of firefighters. [Three SURVIVORS, NEIGHBOR - comment.] [Cal Fire Capt. Richard CORDOVA@- says drones block our firefighting aircraft.]
(Studio: Rob Marciano) The impact of stormy weather featured; scenes shown of high winds at a hot air balloon festival in Wisconsin, storms in Minnesota, a tornado in Watertown, a lightning strike in Colorado, fires & lightning in California. The weather & heat forecast discussed; weather maps shown.
(Chattanooga, Tennessee: Jim Avila) The changes allowing service personnel to be armed at recruiting stations in some states after the shooting in Chattanooga, Tennessee, & the FBI investigation into the shooter's possible connection to ISIS examined. [FBI agent Ed REINHOLD@- comments on Mohammod Abdulazeez.] The April arrest of him for DUI recalled; details given about the death of Randall Smith from wounds.
(Washington: Karen Travers) The death in rural Maine of four people from carbon monoxide reviewed; victims' photos shown. Carbon monoxide statistics & other cases cited. [NYFD Chief Robert BOYCE@- calls is a poisonous gas.]
(London: Jennifer Eccleston) The reaction in Britain to a video of the young Queen Elizabeth giving a Nazi salute featured; photos from a 1933 video shown. [Two BRITONS - react.] [ABC's Victoria MURPHY@- offers perspective.] Photos of the royal family with Adolf Hitler in the 1930s shown.
(New York: Phillip Mena) The story of Philadelphia teen Lisa Luong, who was home alone when burglars broke in, presented; scenes shown from the house. [LUONG - describes what happened.] Two other similar incidents, one in a Nashville home, recalled.
(Washington: Devin Dwuer) America's oldest living military veteran 110-year-old Emma Didlake profiled; scenes shown of the ceremonies, & from her life. [DIDLAKE comments on her red shoes.] [Granddaughter Marilyn HORNE@- comments on advice.]