This program is 29 minutes long
(No location given: Matt Bradley) The "Wall Street Journal" report on sexual misconduct allegations against Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn, who resigned from the Republican National Committee, examined; details given of his multi-million dollar settlement with an accusing woman. [July 26, President TRUMP - praises Wynn's fund raising.] ["Wall Street Journal" reporter Alexandra BERZON- comments on Wynn.]
(White House: Kristen Welker) A preview of President Trump's State of the Union on Tuesday in the shadow of the Russian probe presented; details given about the themes of jobs/economy, infrastructure, immigration reform, national security & his complaints about deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein. [In several instances, TRUMP - speaks about these issues.] [Former aide to John Boehner Michael STEEL- says Trump can make his case without talking about Russia.] Monday's meeting with U.N. diplomats on the subject of Iran noted.
(No location given: Lucy Kafanov) A Taliban suicide bomb attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, using an ambulance featured; scenes shown from the terrorism site, of the wounded; details given about the prior attacks on a Kabul hotel & an aid office.
(Paris: Kelly Cobiella) The rising flood waters in Paris, France, with more rain on the way featured; scenes shown of the Seine River & the threatened Louvre Museum. [Resident Caroline ALLSEINES- comments.]
(No location given: Maya Rodriguez) The investigation of sex abuse claims against Michigan State University following the conviction of Dr. Larry Nassar for abusing female gymnasts under his care examined; MSU statement quoted. [Special independent prosecutor Bill FORSYTH- asks was MSU aware of Nassar.] [Michigan attorney general Bill SCHUETTE- speaks for the young girls.] The resignations of MSU's athletic director Mark Hollis & school president Lou Anna Simon noted. [In court, Nassar victim Lindsey LENKE- speaks out; outlines what USA Gymnastics needs to do.]
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: Gabe Gutierrez) How the students of Puerto Rico are starting over in the US as well as on the island following the impact of Hurricane Maria featured; scenes shown from Boston's public schools. [Young student Gerald Bethaniourt Ramos' mother Tamika RAMOS - explains leaving.] [Boston public schools supt. Tommy CHANG- says we welcome the students.] [In Puerto Rico, student Maylin SUAREZ - reacts to finally having electricity in the school.] [PRINCIPAL, teacher Herosi BAEZ- comment.]
(Pyongyang, North Korea: Keir Simmons) The 50th anniversary of the seizing of the USS Pueblo by North Korean leader Kim Jong un's grandfather featured; scenes of the ship on display with 1968 footage with 82 Americans taken prisoner, from inside the ship shown. [Retired Marine Sgt. Bob CHICCA- comments on what happened to the ship, being tortured, later crossing into South Korea.] ]North Korean WOMAN - speaks about a final victory against President Trump.] The ongoing US-North Korea standoff noted.
(Studio: Morgan Radford) A study on the CTE impact of tackle football on youth under 12 examined; details given about the research on brain damage from football early in life. [14-year-old Dean SILVERMAN, mother Diane HESS - offer differing opinions on Dean playing football.] [Boston University school Of Medicine & College of Engineering Dr. Lee GOLDSTEIN- cites the risk for head injuries.] [Former play Nick BUONICONTI- lists his symptoms.] Statements from the NFL & Pop Warner football defending the game quoted.
(Jean Lafitte, Louisiana: Kerry Sanders) The use of discarded Christmas trees to prevent further erosion of the wetlands marshes coastal of Louisiana featured; scenes & diagrams shown of the tree operation to create a line of defense by catching sediment to build an underwater sandbar. [Loyola University New Orleans professor Bob THOMAS- comments on the problem.]
(Detroit, Michigan: Catie Beck) The story of 24-year-old Victoria Schein, who is an automobile engineer for Ford, presented; scenes from the Detroit car plant & photos from her childhood days shown. [SCHEIN - explains her designs to change the world.] [Ford chief talent officer Julie LODGE-JARRETT- talks about hire talent.]