This program is 29 minutes long
(Morgan City: David Begnaud) The impact of Hurricane Barry on the Louisiana coast featured; scenes shown of downtown Morgan City with rain & winds, a levee outside New Orleans; details given about why the power was shut down in Morgan City. [Governor John BEL EDWARDS@- emphasizes being safe.] [Morgan City Mayor Frank GRIZZAFFI@- worries about power & the water.] [In the Waffle House, MAN, MANAGER - comment.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.
(Mandeville, Louisiana: Omatr Villafranca) The wind, waves & rain on the Gulf shore in Mandeville, Louisiana, featured; scenes shown of people in the flooding & of New Orleans. [New Orleans Mayor Latioya CANTRELL@- talks about flooding.] [Two Chicago VISITORS - talk about the city's vibe.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod, Jeff Berardelli) The threat of rain from Barry & the forecast along the Mississippi River discussed; area weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The protests across the country against President Trump's decision to carry out ICE raids on illegal immigrants featured; scenes shown of the demonstration; details given of the responses from some cities. [In Oakland, Naomi ISLAS, in Los Angeles, Harrison QUINTEROS - worry.] [TRUMP - says they will take people, out or put criminals in prison.] [In San Francisco, Mayor London BREED@- talks about constitutional rights.] [In Los Angeles, Sheriff Alex VILLANUEVA - suggests immigrants keep their doors shut.]
(White House: Nikole Killion) The controversy between the administration of President Trump & Democrats over conditions att he holding facilities at the border examined; scenes shown from the holding cells in McAllen, Texas, facility, visited by lawmakers & Vice President Mike Pence. [Representative Nadia VELASQUEZ@- cutes the cruelty of conditions.] [PENCE - says the system is overcrowded, defends the work of the CBP.]
(London: Debora Patta) A suicide terrorist bombing & gunmen's siege in Somalia featured; scenes shown from the wrecked hotel bomb site in Kismayo; details given about Al Shabaab's violence in eastern Africa.
(Studio: Laura Podesta) The expansion of the investigation of sex trafficking by financier Jeffrey Epstein beyond New York & Florida featured; scenes shown of his new Mexico, New York & the Caribbean properties; details given about the issue of Epstein registering as a sex offender & his crimes as far back as the 1970s as reported by the "New York Times." [Attorney Bradley EDWARDS@- talks about the investigation.]