This program is 29 minutes long
(Miami: David Begnaud) The fight against the Zika virus featured; scenes shown of “disease detectives” canvassing the Wynwood area of Miami, crews killing and collecting mosquitos; map shown; diagram shown of how the disease is transmitted. [Infectious disease doctor Aileen MARTY- comments on the collection of urine samples.] [Florida surgeon general Dr. Celeste PHILIP- comments on efforts to make sure pregnant women know how to decrease their risk.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Los Angeles: Jon LaPook) Guidelines for people living in Florida and the risks for developing fetuses discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The failure of Congress to fund Zika defense efforts before leaving for the summer and the disagreement between Republicans and Democrats over funding a health provider with ties to Planned Parenthood reported.
(Washington: Jan Crawford) A court ruling overturning North Carolina's voter identification law examined; map of states with new voter restrictions shown; statistics on early voting among African Americans and whites compared. [Attorney General Loretta LYNCH – says this law was passed with discriminatory intent.] [Representative David LEWIS, Southern Coalition for Social Justice Allison RIGGS- express views on the bill.]
(Philadelphia: Nancy Cordes) The bus tour of industrial cities by Hillary Clinton & Tim Kaine reviewed; clips shown of Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention last night. [CLINTON – criticizes Donald Trump.] [KAINE – praises Clinton.] The investigation into hacked emails at the DNC updated.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The convention speech by Khizr Khan, whose son, Army Capt. Humayun Khan, was killed in Iraq, noted. [Last night, KHAN – asks Trump if he has read the Constitution.]
(Washington: Major Garrett) Trump’s flurry of attacks on Clinton and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg reviewed; Tweet quoted. [TRUMP – rants.] [Last night, BLOOMBERG – says he knows a con when he sees one.]
(Culver City, California: Carter Evans) A study suggesting more lives could be saved if there were more red light cameras reviewed; scenes shown of crashes by red light runners; statistics on fatal accidents in cities where the cameras were removed cited. [Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Adrian LUND- says crashes don’t have to be killing and injuring so many people.] [Driver Jessica AGUILERA- comments.] [Los Angeles city councilman Dennis ZINE- explains why the city turned off the cameras.]
(Krakow, Poland: Seth Doane) The visit by Pope Francis to the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland reviewed; scenes shown of him praying and meeting with survivors and of a gathering at nearby Birkenau. [Bishop Donald HYING- says Auschwitz stands as a memorial of humanity’s inhumanity to others.] [Survivor Marian TURSKI- comments on the pope’s decision to remain silent.]
(Atlanta: Steve Hartman) The reporter’s reflection on helping his father move out of the house he built in 1955 and into a senior living home presented; family photos shown. [Hartman’s dad George HARTMAN – talks about the house, his stuff, his family.]