This program is 28 minutes long
(White House: Peter Alexander) The war between Senator Bob Corker & President Trump, who also responded on several issues, featured; tweets quoted; details given about how the administration needs Corker's support. [OMB director Nick MULVANEY- speaks about Corker not running for re-election.] [On Wednesday, CROCKER - says Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson & White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly are keeping our country from chaos.] [TRUMP - refers to North Korea: soon.] [In NBC exclusive, TRUMP - says he wants to focus on North Korea & Iran & not someone's back; defends throwing paper towels in Puerto Rico.]
(New York: Morgan Radford) The planned protest play by Vice President Mike Pence, who walked out of an NFL football game when some of the players kneeled during the national anthem, reviewed; scenes shown of Pence at the Colts-49ers game; tweets from Pence & President Trump quoted. [Republican strategist Joe WATKINS- says it was a pre-planned stunt.]
(Biloxi, Mississippi: Kerry Sanders) The cleanup on the Gulf coast after Hurricane Nate featured; scenes shown of the storm surge from two landfalls. [In Alabama, NBC's Kristen DAHLGREN; on Dauphin Island, Gadi SCHWARTZ- show water & sand after the surge.] [Mississippi emergency management agency dir. Lee SMITHSON- cites the stronger building codes for better preparation.]
(Salt Lake City: Matt Bradley) The newly released dashcam video of a police shooting in August of a black man, Patrick Harmon, in Salt Lake City featured; video of the shooting shown; details given of the D.A.'s report justifying the police use of force & the police de-escalation tactics. [Salt Lake City police Chief Mike BROwn- says we use de-escalation to make calm out of chaos.] [In today's protest, Black Lives Matter organizer Lex SCOTT- says Patrick was murdered.]
(Kutupalong, Bangladesh: Janis Mackey Frayer) The refugees from Myanmar driven out by the army's ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya minority featured; scenes shown from the huge camps in Kutupalong, Bangladesh; details given about Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi. [Retired doctor Bruce MURRAY - says this is a recipe for a cholera epidemic.]
(Las Vegas: Steve Patterson) The financial challenges for the survivors of the shooting massacre in Las Vegas examined; scenes shown from Las Vegas; details given about crowd funding sites, including the Las Vegas Victims' Fund, asking for donations. [Victim Diana Lichtenberg's daughter Nicole RAPP- talks about her mother's sadness.] [County commission chair Steve SISOLAK- talks about the GoFundMe money.] Another investigation of shooter Stephen Paddock's Nevada home noted.
(Dayton: Kate Snow) A look at Montgomery County, Ohio, which passed the 500 mark in accidental drug overdoses, presented; scenes shown from a ride-along with Dayton fire department medic Sarah Marshall where three victims were treated by medics. [MARSHALL - comments on an overdosed patient's chances.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) The number of children overdosing this year mentioned. Further coverage of this series across NBC programs noted.
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Ron Mott) The humanitarian mission by celebrity chef Jose Andres to feed the people of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria featured; scenes shown of the massive culinary mission. [ANDRES, chef Karla HOYOS, WOMAN - comment on helping.]