This program is 29 minutes long
(St. Louis: Blake McCoy) The second day of protests in St. Louis in response to the acquittal of a police officer, Jason Stockley, for the shooting of a black man, Anthony Smith, featured; scenes of the demonstrations outside the mayor's house, other acts of violence, a shopping mall. [For "St. Louis Post-Dispatch," STOCKLEY - talks about the burden of killing someone.] [Missouri Governor Eric GREITENS- says the National Guard is ready.] The announcement of the cancellations of concerts by U2 & Ed Sheeran noted.
(London: Keir Simmons) An arrest in Dover after a bomb explosion attack on the London train system in Britain featured; scenes shown of the device in the subway car, the train area, the armed presence; details given of the ISIS claim, the wave of terrorism attacks in Britain. [Metropolitan Police deputy asst. csmnr. Neil BASU- comments on the attack.] [WOMAN - comments.] [Two MEN - refuse to be frightened.]
(Marathon, Florida: Lucy Kafanov) The return of residents to the Florida Keys after Hurricane Irma featured; scenes shown of the devastation in Marathon. [Marathon resident Ivan DIBBLES - talks about his late mother, who would not leave their pets.] [Resident Rosie HERRERA - comments.]
(Osan Air Base, South Korea: Ron Allen) The reaction at an American air base to North Korea's latest missile launch under the gaze of leader Kim Jong Un, who wants to create an equilibrium with the US, featured; map of the US Osan Air Base in South Korea & a landing intelligence plane shown. [US Air Force, 5th Reconnaissance Squadron Lt. Col. James BARTRAN, pilot Drew TAYLOR - talk about the daily job & the chance of war.]
(Studio: Kristin Welker) Further coverage on "Meet the Press" noted.
(St. Petersburg. Florida: Tom Costello) How tech companies are using location-based advertising to find new job candidates examined; scenes shown from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg; details given about "geo-fencing" technology to target those with pediatrics training or truck drivers by the C.R. England company. [Pediatrics physicians assistant Ashley SHEPARD- explains getting pop-up phone messages from Johns Hopkins.] [Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Carol McDANIEL- explains the targeting of social media profiles to find job candidates.] [Truck driver Brent SANGER - comments.]
(Studio: Tom Brokaw) The 10-part documentary on the Vietnam War by co-directors Ken Burns & Lynn Novick previewed in an interview; film & photos clips shown. [NOVICK - comments on the horrifying frontline conditions for the soldiers.] [BURNS - calls this an important moment for the war with 10 years of research behind this project.]
(Orange County, California: Steve Patterson) California teenager Riley McCoy, who has a rare genetic disorder called xeroderma pigmentosum & can't be out in the sun, profiled; scenes shown from her life at Dana Hills High School where she was named homecoming queen. [McCOY - says the moon is her friend.] [Mother Pam McCOY, CLASSMATE - comment on Riley.]