This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Steve Patterson) The massive protests against President Trump's zero tolerance immigration policy featured; scenes shown from the marches across the nation calling for the reunion of separated migrant families. [Representative John LEWIS, playwright Lin-Manuel MIRANDA, MARCHER; on Texas border Adriana CHEVARIA- speak out.] Trump's tweet about fast action against illegals quoted.
(Beijing: Janis Mackey Frayer) A look at the deception by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un since his summit meeting with President Trump to denuclearize the Koean peninsula featured; details given about North Korea stepping up its nuclear program at secret sites with satellite images shown. [NBC national security reporter Courtney KUBE- says they are being deceptive about the size of the program.] Trump tweet about the summit success quoted. [Former CIA analyst Sue Mi TERRY- comments on North Korea.]
(Coney Island, New York: Blake McCoy) This dangerous heat wave featured; scenes shown from several cities; statistics on holiday travel cited. [Three PEOPLE, Coney Island KID - comment on the heat.] [Chicago office of emergency management & communications Richard GUIDICE- offers advice.]
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.
(Studio: Dylan Dreyer) The hot weather forecast presented; weather & temperature maps shown.
(Missimmee, Florida: Maya Rodriguez) What happens next for those displaced by last year's hurricanes examined; details given about the two options for Hurricane Maria survivors from Puerto Rico. [In Florida, David OLIVA, ReV. Jose RODRIGUEz, victim Maya RODRIGUEZ - comment on living conditions.]
(Moscow: Bill Neely) The World Cup fever in Russia, which is hosting the soccer games that is a propaganda coup for Russian President Vladimir Putin, featured; scenes shown from Moscow of the soccer fans. [Two American FANS - comment on the event.] [Telemundo World Cup executive producer Jim BELL- lauds the World Cup.]
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) The games' coverage on Telemundo noted.
(Oak Park, Illinois: Rehema Ellis) The impact of plastic trash on wildlife featured; scenes shown of one Illinois family trying to live plastic free; plastic use statistics cited. [Plastic Pollution Coalition CFO Dianna COHEN- says we need to do something.] [Plastics Industry Assn. CEO William CARTEAUX- says the problem is disposing of the material.] [Emily DiFRISCO- says being plastic-free is a process.]
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Tomorrow's segment on banning plastic straws noted.
(Colorado Springs: Joe Fryer) The story of Awet Beraki, a distance runner from Eritrea, who was beaten by captors in Africa & eventually emigrated to Colorado Springs, presented; scenes shown of him running. [BERAKI - talks about his life.] [Runner Jackson TRUESDALE, teacher Chris DUVALL, cross country coach Rod GILLIAN - talk about Awet.]