This program is 29 minutes long
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) The verdict in the military jury trial of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher for the murder of an ISIS fighter in Iraq in 2017 with his own platoon turning him in examined; Iraqi TV Video shown; details given about the changed testimony from medic Corey Scott. [Gallagher attorney Marc MUKASEY@- calls it a victory.] [June 19, Gallagher attorney Tim PARLATORE@- calls it mutiny, not murder, in a conspiracy against Gallagher.] The question as to whether Gallagher will serve any prison time discussed.
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The explosion of a house in North Carolina featured; scenes shown of the blast area with audio played, the search for survivors. [Charlotte fire chief Reginald JOHNSON@- talks about the rescue from the rubble.]
(Lyon: Adrienne Bankert) The victory for the US women's soccer team in the World Cup semi-finals match against England without star Megan Rapinoe reviewed; scenes shown from the game & of fans in the US. [FAN - reacts to the win.] The probability Rapinoe will play on Sunday discussed.
(San Ysidro, California: Will Carr) The conditions inside the migrant holding facilities at the US-Mexico border featured; scenes shown from inside the crowded detention center, protests across the country & cell phone video taken by Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; details given from a DHS statement about the overwhelming migration flow. [Representatives Judy CHU, OCASIO-CORTEZ comment on the families.] The moves by Congressional Democrats for a hearing next week on the report on conditions discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The backlash against the Fourth of July military parade pin Washington promoted by President Trump examined; scenes shown of Trump at the Bastile Day celebration in France; details given about event politics & costs. [TRUMP - says it be a salute to America with planes & tanks.] [Washington Representative Eleanor Holmes NORTON@- criticizes the president.] The question as to whether the event will divide & polarize the country discussed.
(New York: Gio Benitez) The decision by Nike to pull its new Betsy Ross flag shoe due to perceptions of its link to the slavery era examined; sneaker shown; details given of the opposition to the design from Colin Kaepernick & Governor Doug Docey's pulling of Arizaona incentives for Nike. [Senator Mitch McCONNELL - says we have a political problem.]
(Arlington, Texas: Marcus Moore) The mysterious death of Los Angeles Angels baseball player Tyler Skaggs in his Texas hotel room updated; photos & memorials shown; details given about medical results so far & to. [Angels general manager Billy EPPLER@, Angels manager Brad AUSMUS@- comment on Skaggs.]
(Washington airport: David Kerley) The story of teenager Anton Berg sent by United Airlines on a flight to Germany instead of Sweden reviewed; photos shown; details given about how the family got the Eurowings flight stopped. [Father Christer BERG@- says they failed to check.] A statement from United about the mishap noted.
(Elqui Valley, Chile: New York: Rob Marciano) The solar eclipse as seen in South America featured; scenes shown from Chile of the sun blocked by the moon & of the path of the eclipse. [American Akik PARIKH@, "Sky & Telescope" editor Kelly BEATTY@- comment on the spiritual allure of the eclipse.]