This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Tony Dokoupil) The murder of three US soldiers in Afghanistan while the future of this 16-year war is debated featured; casualty statistics cited; details given about Congressional "war fatigue," including a bill to defund the war. [Vice President Mike PENCE - says when heroes fall....] [Representatives Walter JONES, John GARAMENDI, Foundation for the Defense of Democracy Bill ROGGIO- comment on policy.] President Trump & military policy mentioned.
(London; Jonathan Vigliotti) The battles against ISIS in Raqqa, Syria, & Mosul, Iraq, reported; scenes shown from Raqqa & Mosul.
(Bedminster, New Jersey: Errol Barnett) President Trump's twitter attack on former FBI director James Comey for his "cowardly" leaks & the issue of tapes of their conversations featured; details given about Trump's weekend activities. [On CBS, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - criticizes Trump's tweets.] [On CNN, Senator Susan COLLINS - comments on the tapes.] [On CBS, Senator Charles SCHUMER - wants the president to testify before the Senate.] [On CBS, Senator James LANKFORD - comments on Attorney General Jeff Sessions' testimony.]
(Los Angeles: Mireya Villarreal) The annual gay pride parade in Los Angeles that turned into a resist President Trump march featured; scenes shown from the city streets. [Gay marchers MAN, Stephanie AMBROSE, march organizer Brian PENDLETON, L.A. Mayor Eric GARCETTI, Representative Maxine WATERS - speak out about the message to the president.]
(New York: Roxana Saberi) The fifth vote in Puerto Rico on the statehood issue featured; scenes shown from the New York City parade; details given about the crumbling economy of Puerto Rico with crushing poverty. [Three Puerto RICANS - offer views on statehood.]
(Orlando: Kenneth Craig) The first anniversary of the terrorism massacre by Omar Mateen at the Pulse nightclub in Florida featured; scenes shown from Orlando. [Nightclub dancer survivor Milan D'MARCO, victim Cory's mother Tera CONNELL - recall what happened & dealing with it.]
(Media, Pennsylvania: Meg Oliver) What happens to malls after they close featured; scenes shown of photos by Seph Lawless & of a mall site near Philadelphia, repurposed malls in Rhode Island, Tennessee & Nashville's 100 Oaks with Vanderbilt health facilities. [Developer Michael MARKMAN, architecture professor Ellen DUNHAM-JONES- talk about changing malls.]
(On the road in Redding, California: Steve Hartman) The story of a young patriot, 11-year-old Preston Sharp, who celebrates the American flag every day, presented; scenes shown of Preston visiting his grandfather's grave in Redding, California, & planting flags on other graves. [SHARP, mother April SHARP - talks about flags on veterans' cemetery graves.] [Vietnam veteran Fred LOVELAND- talks about Preston's quest.]