This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) New claims by the group Anonymous that personal information of presidential candidate Donald Trump has been hacked & the backlash against his "riot" comments featured. [Voice of TRUMP - says we would have riots at the convention.] [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN; voice of John KASICH - says hinting at violence is unacceptable.] [Hillary CLINTON - jokes about foreign leaders endorsing her to stop Donald Trump.] A statement from Trump's people about the hacking discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Studio: Cecilia Vega) A "New York Times" report that President Obama suggested it is time for Bernie Sanders to wind down his campaign examined. [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST - says success depends on the party coming together.] [CLINTON - campaigns; praises Obama.]
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The Congressional grilling on the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, featured; scenes shown of several Democrats criticizing Governor Rick Snider & Republicans criticizing EPA's Gina McCarthy about the water issue. "USA Today" report on water problems in 42 states noted. The view of Flint families discussed.
(Washington: Terry Moran) The story of alleged American ISIS fighter Mohammed Khweis, who was captured in Iraq, featured; scenes shown. [KHWEIS - says he made a bad decision in going to Mosul; states life in Mosul is really bad.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The prison sentence in North Korea for American college student Otto Warmbier%, accused of stealing a political poster, reported; surveillance video shown. [In court, WARMBIER - comments.] [Former New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON@- hopes for negotiations for his release.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The decision by SeaWorld to end its orca killer whales show examined; scenes shown. [SeaWorld CEO Joel MANBY@- says this will be the last generation of orcas.] [Humane Society CEO Wayne PACELLE@- comments on the win-win.]
(No location given: Robin Roberts) The mission for Britain's Prince Harry to help the military's wounded warriors featured. [Prince HARRY, former aircraftman Mike GOODING - comment on the mission to help.]