This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Errol Barnett, Anthony Salvanto) The poll figures indicating Hillary Clinton has widened her lead over Donald Trump in the presidential election campaign, the Clinton e-mail problem & the final debate discussed; poll statistics on the gender gap cited. [Running mates Mike PENCE, Tim KAINE- campaign.]
(Washington: Julianna Goldman) Gun measures on the ballot in three western states & Maine examined; details given about background check initiatives. [In Maine, gun rights organization David TRAHAN- speaks about the proposal funded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.] [In 2014, BLOOMBERG - talks about gun purchases.] [Mainers Responsible for Gun Ownership head David FARMER - says voters can make change.]
(Seattle: Ben Tracy) The impact of the storms in the Pacific Northwest featured; scenes shown of a tree going down, the cleanup, the rain. [STORMWATCHER - comments.]
(Oak Ridge, New Jersey: Jamie Yuccas) The black bear hunt in New Jersey that killed Pedals, the black bear, that walked upright through the neighborhoods two years ago, featured; scenes shown of the bear. [Chris BOSS - laments the bear.] Facebook reactions to the bear's death quoted.
(Port-au-Prince, Haiti: Vladimir Duthiers) A reporter's look at the damages in Haiti presented; scenes shown from Jeremie, Ft. Epimier, mass graves from the earthquake seven years ago.
(Rome: Seth Doane) The reconstruction in Italy of artifacts destroyed in Syria & Iraq by ISIS featured; scenes shown of monuments rebuilt & displayed in the Colosseum. [Former Rome mayor Francesco RUTELLI- talks about the reconstruction project; recalls the destruction of statues in Afghanistan.]
(New York: Jon LaPook) The medical & technological process of implanting electrodes in the brain to process feelings in using orbotic limbs featured; scenes shown of the surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, the mechanical process & President Obama visiting Copeland. [Paralyzed Nathan COPELAND - comments on the feelings process.] [Biomedical engineer Robert GAUNT- explains the mechanics of the process.]