This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Matt Gutman) The collision of a Navy ship the USS Fitzgerald with a container ship off Japan featured; scenes shown of the battered ship. [Retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD- says the ship is in danger.]
(New York: Eva Pilgrim) The acquittal in Minnesota of a police officer, Jeronimo Yanez, in the shooting death of black motorist Philando Castile featured; his girlfriend Diamond Reynolds' cell phone video shown with Yanez audio played. [Castile's mother Valerie CASTILE- complains about he verdict.]
(Alexandria, Virginia: David Kerley) New images of the ballpark shooting in Virginia by gunman James Hodgkinson, the two Capitol police officers, the wounded Representative Steve Scalise on the field featured; scenes shown. [Medstar Washington Hospital Center Dr. Jack SAVA- comments on Scalise's medical condition.] The list of names of Republicans Hodgkinson had discussed.
(White House: Cecilia Vega) The acknowledgement by tweet from President Trump that he is under investigation for firing FBI director James Comey as per the "Washington Post" report examined; details given about the deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein's memo critical of Comey. [In NBC interview, TRUMP - praises Rosenstein.] [June 13, ROSENSTEIN - says special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller will carry out the investigation.] Rosenstein on leaks & Senator Dianne Feinstein on Trump's tweets quoted. The issue of whether Rosenstein will recuse himself from the Russia investigation & a new Trump lawyer John Dowd discussed.
(Norristown, Pennsylvania: Linsey Davis) The ongoing jury deliberations in the Bill Cosby Andrea Constand sexual assault trial examined; scenes shown from outside the courthouse; details given about Judge Steven O'Neill's reaction to the Cosby defense team statement & the jury requests for legal information. [Cosby spokesman Andrew WYATT- comments on the jury.] [On "Good Morning America," legal analyst Dan ABRAMS- says long deliberating juries can reach a verdict.]
(Taunton, Massachusetts: Deborah Roberts) The judge's verdict in the "suicide text" trial of Michelle Carter in the death of her boyfriend Conrad Roy examined; scenes shown from inside the courtroom as the manslaughter verdict is presented; details given about her texts leading up to his suicide by carbon monoxide. [ADA Katie RAYBURN- reads statement.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The takedown of two escaped prisoners, Donnie Rowe & Ricky Dubose, from Georgia by an armed homeowner featured; scenes shown from Tennessee; 911 call played; details given about the issue of who gets the reward.