This program is 29 minutes long
(Doha, Qatar: Courtney Kube) The mine attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman as well as the shooting at two US drones updated; scenes shown of Iran's President Hassan Rouhani% with Russian President Vladimir Putin; details given of the presence of the USS Abraham Lincoln in the region. [From Iran, NBC's Ali AROUZI - says Iran is blaming the US for destabilizing the region.]
(Studio: Kathy Park) Breaking news on the computer problems at Target stores examined; scenes shown of lines in the stores.
(No location given: Morgan Chesky) The arrest of ex-aide Rebecca O'Donnell% in the shooting death of former Arkansas state senator Linda Collins Smith% featured; photos shown; details given about Collins' political career. [Randolph County Sheriff Kevin BELL@- makes a statement about the arrest.] Statements from the Collins family & from Governor Asa Hutchinson quoted.
(No location given: Molly Hunter) The possible excessive use of force incident in Phoenix in which police held the family o Aisha Harper, fiance Dravon Ames% & her two children at gunpoint over shoplifting featured; video shown. [HARPER, AMES - react to what happened & our rights were violated.] A statement from Phoenix police Chief Jeri Williams quoted.
(No location given: Sarah Harman) The return to Italy by Amanda Knox, who was tried there in the 2007 Meredith Kercher murder case, where she spoke against the media coverage featured; scenes shown from a criminal justice inference with her speech in Italian translated. [After being acquitted, March 2015, KNOX - comments on getting her life back.]
(Paris: Kelly Cobiella) The first Mass in the Notre Dame cathedral in France after the recent fire featured; scenes shown from the Paris church & from the fire; details given about the restoration funding spoken about by Archbishop Michael Aupetit@.
(Denver: Harry Smith) The "big idea" from presidential candidate former Governor John Hickenlooper presented; scenes shown from a medical supply factory in Denver; details given about his Careerwise program for jobs because jobs for the future need new skills. [HICKENLOOPER - offers views on skill training; recalls being laid off his geology job in 1986.]
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Tomorrow's segment on Governor Jay Inslee noted
(San Francisco: Rehema Ellis) How libraries are changing to meet the needs of their community examined; scenes shown from San Francisco & Georgetown, Texas; details given about the services provided by social workers in the library system, the program from Google for online training. [Former hurse now homeless, Michell HETZERELLI?- talks about her time in the library.] [San Francisco Library social worker Leah ESGUERRA@- says we bring services to the people.] [Georgetown public library social worker Patrick LLOYD@, Google & Alphabet Co. Ruth PORAT@- explain the services provided.]
(Washington: Morgan Radford) The story of Lonnie Bunch%, the first African-American to head the Smithsonian Inst. museum system, presented; scenes shown. [BUNCH - talks about the job; shows the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture, how his goal is to tell more stories about us & our diversity.]
(Tulsa: Joe Fryer) The story of Sara Cuningham, who created a non-profit Free Mom Hugs that encourages parents to celebrate their LGBTQ kids, presented; scenes shown from a Methodist church in Tulsa, Oklahoma & a wedding. [CUNNINGHAM - talks about finding out what was important to her, the eaction to her post about gay weddings,] [Transgender Sam HEDRICK?- talks about Sara showing up ge her wedding.]