This program is 30 minutes long
(New York: Kristen Welker) The dead heat in the presidential race examined. [CLINTON, TRUMP - criticize each other.] [In California & on ABC, Bernie SANDERS - campaigns.] [TRUMP - comments on guns in classrooms.] Trump's meeting tomorrow with Senator Bob Corker noted.
(Studio: Kate Snow; Washington: Chuck Todd) The initial poll findings for Clinton & Trump, both of whom have unfavorable ratings, discussed.
(Cairo: Bill Neely) The search for answers in the crash of EgyptAir Flight 804 into the Mediterranean Sea featured; scenes shown of debris & the search area; pilot's transmission played. [Egyptian aviation minister Sherif FATHY- comments on plane parts.] [Former Egyptian intelligence official Gen. Assad HAMDY- says it is seventy percent terrorism.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.
(On board Navy plane: Lucy Cavanaugh) The view of the search area from a UN Navy surveillance plane featured; scenes shown from inside the high-tech plane over the Mediterranean.
(White House: Jim Miklaszewski) The confirmation of the death of Taliban leader Mullah Mansour in a US air strike in the Afghanistan-Pakistan border region examined; scenes shown of the bombed-out vehicle. [In Myanmar, Secretary of State John KERRY - cites the message of this action: we stand with Afghan partners.]
(New York: Richard Engel) The NBC exclusive interview held with American informant "Mo" about ISIS, with whom he trained in Syria; details given about his background. ["MO" - talks about the violence he saw with ISIS, how he felt unsafe there.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Further coverage of the story on "On Assignment" noted.
(Paris: Tom Brokaw) How Paris struggles to move on after the terrorism attacks there six months ago featured; scenes shown from Paris. [Massacre survivor Julian PIERCE, security guard Serlane TURBALY, STUDENT - offer views.] [US ambassador Jane HARTLEY- talks about US-France relations.] [American writer Seth SHERWOOD - says Paris is still Paris.]
(Yellowstone: Anne Thompson) The issue of whether the grizzly bears of Yellowstone National Park should be removed from the endangered species list featured; scenes shown of the bears. [USGS interagency grizzly bear study team Frank VAN MANEN, Earthjustice Tim KRESSEL, biologist Terry GUNTHER- talk about the park ecosystem & the bear population.]