This program is 30 minutes long
(White House: Geoff Bennett) The final honors for Senator John McCain with his burial at the US Naval Academy featured; scenes shown of the aerial salute. [Daughter Meghan McCAIN - speaks about American greatness.] [On CNN, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - defends Meghan.] [Voice of McCAIN - says he wants to be buried next to old friend Chuck Larson.] [Aug. 10, 2004, McCAIN - speaks about the argument among friends; we are Americans first.]
(No location given: Matt Bradley) The plea from the grieving father of the late University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts, who was murdered by undocumented immigrant Christhian Rivera, featured; Rob Tibbetts' words in the "Des Moines Register" opposing advancing racist views with her death quoted; details given about the national conversation on immigration & from the statement from Donald Trump, Jr. about policing the borders. [In West Virginia, Aug. 22, President TRUMP - says an illegal killed Tibbetts.] [IOWAN - says it is about Mollie & the community.]
(London: Keir Simmons) The heckling of Catholic Archbishop Cardinal Donald Wuerl during Mass by a parishioner three weeks after the Pennsylvania report about 70 years of sexual abuse by priests featured; scenes shown of Wuerl preaching for forgiveness; details given of charges by Archbishop Carlo Vigano that Pope Francis covered up abuse.
(Studio: Kate Snow) Tomorrow's segment previewed.
(Kuala Lumpur: Janet Mackey Frayer) The story of a Syrian man, Hassan al-Kontar, stranded in a the Kuala Lumpur airport for six months, unable to leave & with nowhere to go, presented; scenes shown from the airport & the movie "The Terminal"; details given about how he got there. [KONTAR - says he just wants a safe place where he is legal; states it is a humanitarian, not a political, case.]
(Haslet, Texas: Jo Ling Kent) The charges from Amazon workers that the company prioritizes speed over worker safety examined; scenes shown from a Texas fulfillment center; National Occupational Safety & Health non-profit's statistics on Amazon cited; details given about specific complaints. [Amazon worker Vickie Shannon ALLEN- calls it a nightmare; defends her First Amendment rights.] Amazon's offers to Allen noted. [Amazon vice president for workplace operations Dave CLARK- comments on Allen's case & general safety.] A critical warning from former OSHA employee Dr. David Michaels about Amazon quoted. [MICHAELS - says injured people were treated poorly at Amazon.] Amazon's response to OSHA quoted.