This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Ian Pannell) A Taliban suicide bomb attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, using an ambulance featured; scenes shown from the terrorism site with witness accounts translated & of the wounded. This third major attack this year as more US troops are coming in discussed.
(Washington: Kenneth Moton) The "Wall Street Journal" report on sexual misconduct allegations against casino mogul Steve Wynn, who resigned from the Republican National Committee as finance chairman, examined; details given about specific incidents with settlement payoffs, his billion-dollar fortune. [July 26, President TRUMP - praises Wynn's fund raising.] [Voice of Jorgen NIELSEN†- describes what happened.] Tweet from GOP chairwoman Ronna McDaniel calling for Democrats to return donations from Harvey Weinstein after his sexual harassment case quoted. The Wynn donations issue discussed.
(White House: David Wright) The legislative moves to protect special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller after reports President Trump tried to fire him last summer & about his State of the Union speech coming up examined. [Back home, TRUMP - calls the Davos trip successful.] [Feb. 28, 2017, TRUMP - speaks.] [June 12, 2017, Trump friend NewsMax Media CEO Chris RUDDY- says Trump is considering terminating Mueller.] [Senator Mark WARNER - wants Mueller protected.] His State of the Union speech that will focus on economy, infrastructure, immigration, trade & national security discussed.
(New York: Eva Pilgrim) New questions about the culture of sexual abuse at Michigan State University following the conviction of Dr. Larry Nassar for abusing female gymnasts under his care examined; details given from an ESPN "Outside the Lines" report about a sexually hostile environment in the men's basketball & football programs; scenes shown of victim statements at Nassar's trial. [Michigan attorney general Bill SCHUETTE- says no one at MSU is off limits.] [MSU football coach Mark DANTONIO- makes statement about accusations.] [In court, Nassar VICTIM - speaks out.] The resignations of MSU's athletic director Mark Hollis & president Lou Anna Simon noted. [Nassar victim Rachael DENHOLLENDER- cites MSU's reactions to assault claims.]
(New York: Erielle Reshef) The case in Toronto, Canada, of the murder of billionaire couple Barry & Honey Sherman examined; scenes shown from outside their home. [Toronto police Sgt. Susan GOMES- says evidence indicates they were targeted, but we have no suspects; comments on the investigation.]