This program is 29 minutes long
(Ridgecrest, California: Miguel Almaguer) The aftershocks following the second earthquake in California featured; scenes from inside a damaged laundromat, many shaking sites, a cracked highway, a damaged church. [Residents Lindsay CUNNINGHAM, Angel RODRIGUEZ, Lifespring Foursquare Church pastor Jon FOEBEL@, OFFICIAL - react.]
(Plantation: Morgan Chesky) The investigation into the explosion at a shopping mall in Plantation, Florida, featured; scenes shown from the damaged site, debris everywhere; details given about the injured & the possible cause. [Witnesses MAN, Graig FOULKS@, deputy chief Joe GORDON - describe what happened here.]
(New York: Kathy Park) The arrest of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein on federal sex trafficking charges involving underage girls in 2002-2005 examined; details given from the "Miami Herald" investigation & the role of then-US attorney Alexander Acosta in the state case. ["Miami Herald" reporter Julie BROWN@- talks about the girls & sex.] [Epstein accuser Virginia ROBERTS@- talks about that world.]
(Tehran: Ali Arouzi) The tensions between the US & Iran, which took steps toward developing a nuclear weapon, examined; details given about the US military presence in the region, the Iranians' concern about war, the impact of US sanctions. [Today, President TRUMP - says Iran better be careful.] [In a drugstore, WOMAN - cites the lack of medications.]
(Berkeley Heights, News Jersey: Hans Nichols) The leaking to the "Daily Mail" of secret messages from the British Ambassdor to the US cortical of President Trump reviewed. [TRUMP - says we are not fans of that man.]
(Lyon, France: Kelly Cobiella) The championship victory in the World Cup of soccer in which the US women's team beat The Netherlands in the finals featured; match footage & celebrating fans in the US shown. [US player Megan RAPINOE@- offers a summation.] Tweet from President Trump congratulating the team quoted. [Young FAN - comments.] The coming mediation over equal pay in soccer noted.
(No location given: Kenneth Gibson) The controversy in Tempe, Arizona, in which police were asked to leave a Starbucks store on the Fourth of July featured; scenes shown from the 2018 incident in which two black men were handcuffed in a Starbucks shop in Philadelphia that ignited protests. [Two PEOPLE, police OFFICIAL - offer views on the Tempe incident.] A statement from Starbucks about the Tempe incident quoted.
(London: Blayne Alexander) The surprise announcement from singer Steevie Wonder he will have a kidney transplant reported; scenes shown from his concert in London; kidney disease statistics cited. [NBC's Dr. Natalie AZAR@- comments on kidney surgery.]
(West Yellowstone: Gadi Schwartz) The problem with encounters between people & grizzly bears examined; scenes shown from the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana & the bears testing products with people watching. [Inventors Holly & Jim GILLESKIE?- show their grizzly-proof canister.] [Bear expert Randy GRAVETTE?- cites the bear's sense of smell that brings them back.]