This program is 30 minutes long
(White House: Kelly O'Donnell) The diplomatic retaliatory actions by Russian President Vladimir Putin in response to further US sanctions for meddling in the US elections examined; details given about the Moscow US embassy cuts & other matters. [Vice President Mike PENCE - says President Trump will sign the sanctions.] [In Germany, July 7, TRUMP - speaks about Putin.] [NBC News Michael McFAUL- offers perspective on the level of confrontation with Russia.]
(Melbourne: Sara James) The arrests in a counterterrorism operation in Australia in a Islamic-inspired terrorism plot to down a plane reviewed; scenes shown from raids in Sydney; details given about the arrests. [Australian federal police commissioner Andrew COLVIN- talks about the plot.]
(No location given: Maya Rodriguez) The mandatory evacuation from North Carolina's Outer Banks after a power failure caused by construction crews featured; scenes shown from the tourist islands; details given about the impact on local business. [WOMAN, BUSINESSWOMAN, Marjorie CLARK - comment on the situation.]
(Los Angeles airport: Steve Patterson) The court-ordered review of FAA rules on airplane seat size examined. [MAN, WOMAN - complain.] [Travelers United chairman Charles LEOCHA- cites the seat safety issue.] Data from Flyersrights.org about seat pitch & width cited.
(New York: Megyn Kelly) Tonight's "Sunday Night" segments on unruly airplane passengers, violence in Chicago & an interview with actor Ricky Gervais previewed.
(Moscow: Richard Engel) Congressional scrutiny of the Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab's software that is used by the US government examined; scenes shown from a Senate hearing where US intelligence leaders opposed using the software. [Company chairman Eugene KASPERSKY- says we have zero contact with Russian agencies; denies a role in influencing the US election.] [Senator Jeanne SHAHEEN- worries about connections between the Kaspersky company & Russian intelligence: the lab poses a threat to the US.] [Former FBI asst. dir. Robert ANDERSON - says the FBI should talk to them.]
(London: Matt Bradley) Britain's plan to cut auto exhaust emissions by banning gasoline cars by 2040 & what it could mean for the auto industry examined; details given about restrictions in other European nations. [London cab driver Tommy COLLINS- talks electric cars.] [ClientEarth spokesman Simon ALCOCK- comments.] [Astin Martin chief marketing officer Simon SPROULE- cites the danger for the industry.] [CNBC auto industry reporter Phil LeBAEU- says the US would not set a date for eliminating gas/diesel cars.]
(Washington: Tammy Leitner) The story of Rodney Stotts, whose life was headed in the wrong direction 20 years ago until he became involved with raptor birds as a licensed falconer, presented; scenes shown of Rodney working with his birds in the non-profit Wings Over America showing wild birds to kids to teach them about conservation & animal migration. [STOTTS - talks about being lost until working with an owl named Mr Hoots.] [Scientist Rbb BIERGARD- comments on tracking birds.]