This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Tony Dokoupil) The rain & flooding in the Southeast from Alberto with states of emergency in Florida, Alabama & Mississippi featured; scenes shown from rainy Florida. [In Florida, OFFICIAL, Governor Rick SCOTT - talk about hurricane season.]
(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.
(Miami: Craig Setzer) The course of the storm & winds forecast reported; weather maps shown.
(White House: Mola Lenghi) The negotiations for that summit meeting between President Trump & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un featured; details given about the meeting in North Korea to revive the canceled summit, from the meeting of Kim & South Korea President Moon Jae-in & further planned meetings. [TRUMP - says people are working on it; we are looking at June 12.] [On "Face the Nation," Senator Marco RUBIO - says Kim will seek sanctions relief.] [On ABC, former CIA dir. Michael HAYDEN - assesses the summit.]
(Studio: DeMarco Morgan; Washington: Margaret Brennan) The question as to how much can be achieved to get the summit happening with Trump wanting June 12 & what Trump gets by bringing Joshua Holt home from a prison in Venezuela after US criticism of President Nicolas Maduro discussed.
(Los Angeles: Mireya Villarreal) The outrage over the Wednesday shooting at the US-Mexico border in Texas of Guatemalan refugee Claudia Gomez by am unnamed Border Patrol agent featured; cell phone video shown; details given of two varying accounts from the US Customs & Border Protection about the incident. [Witness Marta MARTINEZ - describes what happened in the shooting.]
(Palo Alto, California: John Blackstone) The new children's hospital at Stanford University that has been designed to serve young patients & their families featured; scenes shown from outside & inside the hospital. [Lucile Packard Children's Hospital CEO Christopher DAWES, patient Carina GARCIA, patient's parents Josie & Aaron CASILLAS, Packard grandson David ORR - comment on the hospital's look & facilities.]
(Seattle: Lee Cowan) The renovation project for Seattle's iconic Space Needle to improve the view featured; scenes shown from the 1962 World's Fair & today, including the view from the top & of the new see-through rotating floor. [Architect Alan MASKIN, organelle engineer/builder Gary Noble CURTIS, field supt. Sonya MILLER- talk about the renovations.]