This program is 29 minutes long
(Ft. Smith, Arkansas: Larry Seward) The dangerous weather this holiday weekend with flooding in the South featured; scenes shown of the Arkansas River, flooding in Oklahoma, sandbagging in Ft. Smith. [MAN, Jennifer TANNER, Tulsa casino MANAGER, MAN, resident Michelle ROYSE@- react to the flooding.]
(Studio: Meg Oliver) Report introduced.
(Studio: Jeff Berardelli) The weather forecast with heat in the Southeast with severe weather moving East from Texas presented; weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The rescue in Hawaii of missing hiker Amanda Eller after two weeks alone in the Maui forest featured; scenes shown of her in the hospital & being rescued; details given of the role of volunteer rescuers in finding her. [ELLER - comments on her 17 days.] [Mother Julie ELLER - reacts to her rescue.]
(Margaret Brennan) The "Face the Nation" interview with presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke about President Trump's sending troops to the Middle East due to threats from Iran presented. [O'ROURKE - says Trump is escalating tensions & provoking a war in the Middle East.]
(Studio: Meg Oliver) The full interview tomorrow noted.
(Tokyo: Weijia Jiang) The four-day visit by President Trump to Japan for trade talks while relations with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have broken down featured; scenes shown rom a dinner with business leaders; details given of his plans with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who wants to keep Trump focused on Japanese interests. [TRUMP - speaks about our relationship with Japan, which has had a trade edge.] US plans to send troops to the Middle East due to the Iran threat noted. [TRUMP - says Iran does not want to fight.]
(US Military Academy: Jericka Duncan) The diverse graduating class at the US Military Academy at West Point with the viewpoint of graduating African Americans presented; scenes & photos shown. [Four cadets, White Capt. David BINDON%, black Gabrielle ALFORD%, Mexican-American Marina CAMACHO%, Jewish Noah CARLEN%?- talk about diverse at the academy, the 2016 photo of black graduates with fists in the air.]
(Washington: Errol Barnett) The reopening in Washington, DC, of the International Spy Museum after a renovation featured; scenes shown from inside the museum of various exhibits; details given about the "Russian 10" & other exhibits. [Lead curator Alexis ALBION%- talks about famed spy Mata Hari.] [Intelligence historian H. Keith MELTON@- talks about the museum's artifacts: the hidden world behind international relations.] [Former intelligence officer Col. Chris COSTA%- says learning comes from failures as well as success in intelligence, how spying is a "quiet profession."] The life of a spy noted.
(New Berlin, Wisconsin: Adriana Diaz) The sewing challenge for doolmaker Amy Jandrisevits%, who makes dolls for children with differences/disabilities that makes the kids seem not so alone, examined; dolls & kids shown. [JANDRISEVITS%- significance of the dolls.] [With one hand, nine-year-old Bella ZIZZO%- talks about her doll looking like her.] [Non-verbal son;'s mother Stacy CEFALU%- talks about Chase's face reacting to with the doll.]