This program is 29 minutes long
(Houston: Amy Robach) The celebration of the life of former President George H.W. Bush, who died yesterday, featured; details given about tributes. [Former Secretary of State James BAKER, son former President George BUSH, former Secretary of State Colin POWELL, former President Bill CLINTON, President TRUMP - remember & reminisce about Bush.] Audio of Bush reading a letter to his children shown. The adjustments to Air Force One to carry the casket to Washington, DC, discussed.
(Studio: Tom Llamas) ABC News coverage of the Bush celebration outlined on screen.
(Studio: Rob Marciano) A tornado outbreak in the Midwest & South featured; scenes shown of the damages in Taylorville, Illinois, the spinning funnel, rain & a tornado in Georgia. [DRIVER - comments.] The weather forecast for across the nation discussed; weather maps shown.
(New York: Zachary Kiesch) The apology from pro football player Kareem Hunt for striking a woman, Abigail Ottinger, in a Cleveland hotel in February featured; TMZ video shown. [HUNT - says he was wrong.] [In ESPN interview, HUNT - asks for forgiveness; states the NFL never questioned him.] A new statement from the NFL about Hunt quoted.
(White House: David Wright) The focus of special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation on longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone featured; details given about Stone's attempts to contact WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. [On ABC, STONE - says he will not testify against the president.] [August 8, 2016, STONE - says he has communicated with Assange about the Clinton Foundation.] [Representative Adam SCHIFF - questions Stone's credibility.] The plea bargain with Mueller from former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen noted. The legal approaches of Trump associates Stone & Cohen compared & discussed.
(Paris: Ian Pannell) The clash in France between police & violent anti-government protesters reported; scenes shown from Paris of fires & police water cannons. [WOMAN - reacts.] The defense of new gas taxes by President Emmanuel Macron noted.
(Wasilla, Alaska: Will Carr) The afetrshocks from yesterday's earthquake in Alaska featured; scenes shown of damages, including to roads, in Anchorage. [Department of Transportation Christopher REQUINA- hopes the roads will open by Monday.] [Airport worker Kalen NEWVILLE- says life in Anchorage is almost back to normal.]
(Los Angeles: Marci Gonzalez) The escape from an Oklahoma jail by murderer Patrick Walker by impersonating cellmate Charles Pendarvis reviewed; scenes shown from outside the jail. [Oklahoma dept. of corrections Matthew ELLIOTT- comments.]