This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Errol Barnett) The leak to the "New York Times" of the confidential memo written in January by President Trump's lawyers for special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller about obstruction of justice as Trump prepares for his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un examined; Trump tweet about the witchhunt leak by the Justice Department quoted; details given about the legal claims made by the Trump team of John Dowd & Jay Sekulow about obstruction & pardons with memo sections quoted. [Last week,"former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - wants Mueller to make his findings public.] What Trump is now saying about the Trump Tower meeting with Russians noted.
(Studio: Kenneth Craig) How Joseph DeAngelo, who is suspected to be California's "Golden State Killer," was tracked by his DNA examined; details given from court documents, about the 1970s & 1980s crimes, how recent DNA samples were obtained. [Retired cold case NYC police officer Joseph GIACALONE- says changing forensics caught up to DeAngelo; explains "abandoned property" law.]
(Puna, Hawaii: Carter Evans) The impact of the lava eruption from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano on island tourism examined; scenes shown of people evacuating Leilani Estates, the fissure lava plumes. [Residents Robert & Kristie MORAN, Keith DALTON - comment on the event.] [Big Island Victors Bureau Ross BIRCH- says people should still come to Hawaii.]
(San Juan, Puerto Rico: David Begnaud) The concern in Puerto Rico as the island struggles to recover from Hurricane Maria as the new hurricane season starts featured; scenes shown of the shoes memorial in San Juan; details given about the government death & a Harvard University study statistics with the FEMA government agency paying for funerals linked to Maria.
(Silicon Valley: Jamie Yuccas) How people from the technology industry in Silicon Valley are dealing with tech devices for their kids at home examined; details given about research on how technology affects kids. [Tech worker Pierre LAURENT- comments on the industry hooking people.] [Teen Maia LAURENT, Common Sense Media editor Caroline KNORR, mother Monica LAURENT - comment on the device use.]
(St. Clair County, Michigan: Don Dahler) How some towns are offering perks to lure needed workers there featured; scenes shown from St. Clair, Michigan, which is offering "come home" rewards to lure back people to the county. [Chiropractor Aaron SKINNER - says he did not expect to return to eastern Michigan, but owes 300,000 in student loans so he will practice here.] [Kayla PARZYNSKI- talks about the opportunity.] [Program creator St. Clair's Randy MAIERS- explains the come home rewards plan.] [LinKedln editor Chip CUTTER- cites the trend of attracting educated workers.] Other examples of small towns offering incentive programs outlined on screen.
(London: Jonathan Vigliotti) How CBS was able to show the coronation reviewed; scenes shown from 1953 of the televisizing of the event with the voice of Walter Cronkite heard. [Maid of honor Lady Anne GLENCONNOR- comments.] [Royal correspondent Roya NICCIAH- says she is 92 & not slowing down as the monarchy strides forward under Queen Elizabeth.] Last month's royal wedding for Prince Harry & an American divorcee, Meghan Markle, shown.
(Studio: Reena Ninan) The weight of the queen's gold crown cited.