This program is 29 minutes long
(Cleveland: Peter Alexander) Tonight's Republican presidential debate in Cleveland previewed; scenes shown of candidate Donald Trump; memos advising Trump on how to fight back if he’s attacked quoted; poll findings on Republicans’ views of Trump cited; details given about today’s activities for candidates Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Scott Walker and Mike Huckabee. [TRUMP - says he’s been preparing all his life.] [Republican strategist Steve SCHMIDT- explains the challenge for Trump.] [In earlier debate, candidate Carly FIORINA- attacks Trump for seeking advice from former President Bill Clinton.] [Republican National Committee chairman Reince PRIEBUS- comments on the intensity of the debate.]
(Los Angeles: Lester Holt; New York: Chuck Todd) The pre-debate attention on Trump and the challenge for the other candidates to stand out and the calmer tone of the first debate discussed.
(Nashville: Mark Potter) Questions about theater security explored in the wake of the attack near Nashville, Tennessee by Vincente Montano; scenes shown of the bullet holes in the door at Hickory Hollow Cinemas; details given about Montano’s health issues. [Metro Nashville police department Don AARON- says Montano was hurling canisters of pepper spray and carrying a can of propane.] [Metro Nashville police department John FRITH- describes what happened.] [Expert Security Consulting president Howard LEVINSON- recommends theaters have simulations with police.] [“Variety” magazine senior film & media reporter Brent LANG- says movie goers are unwilling to pay more to have better safety measures.] [Metro Nashville police Sgt. Mike SOWNER- tells movie goers to be conscious of their surroundings.]
(Washington: Pete Williams) The Coast Guard’s massive drug bust involving cocaine hidden in a homemade submarine examined; helmet camera video and photos shown. [Coast Guard chief warrant officer Allyson CONROY- describes how difficult it is to see the sub.]
(Atlanta: Gabe Gutierrez) Concerns about staffing and the training of 911 operators after a series of troubling incidents examined; audiotapes played; details given about dispatchers hanging up on callers in New Mexico & Massachusetts and callers being placed on hold in Memphis. [Shelby County 911 district director Raymond CHIOZZA- says you’re never going to be able to answer every call.] [Former 911 dispatcher Brooklyn STABILE- says she took over 80 calls a day.]
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The resistance of school districts to change the school day start time despite the CDC’s warning that many kids aren’t getting enough sleep featured; details given about the challenges to changing start times. [Parent Laura MEANWELL- comments.] [Parent Phyllis PAYNE- says change is very hard for districts.] [Boston Children’s Hospital Sleep Center director Dr. Judith OWENS- notes kids going into puberty are best suited to wake around 8 in the morning.]
(New York: Harry Smith) The end of late-night TV host Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show" featured; clips shown.