This program is 29 minutes long
(Myrtle Grove, Louisiana: Kerry Sanders) The impact of what was Hurricane Barry on the Louisiana coast & other states featured; scenes shown of flooding in Baton Rouge, damages, rain, the levee in Myrtle Grove, a rescue, reopened roads. [Two returning RESIDENTS - react,]
(White House: Hans Nichols) The tweet from President Trump telling four minority Congresswomen to go back to where they came & a response from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to the xenophobic comments quoted; photos shown of the four women, including Somali-born Representative Ilhan Omar. [On Friday, TRUMP - refers to "this Omar."] [Republican Representative Ben Ray LUJAN@, three Democratic presidential CANDIDATES - criticize Trump.]
(New York City: Kathy Park) Last night's five-hour power blackout in part of New York City featured; illustrative scenes shown. [Trapped in elevator, Alan McVEIGH - explains what happened to get them out.] [Mayor Bill de BLASIO@- says it was not a cyber attack or terrorism. [Con Ed president Timothy CAWLEY@, Governor Andrew CUOMO - comment on "this event."]
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Morgan Chesky) The mystery in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, over the murder of civil rights activist Sadie Roberts-Joseph, found dead in the trunk of a car, examined; scenes shown from the area. [Police Chief Murphy PAUL@, WOMAN - comment on Roberts-Joseph.]
(London: Sarah Harman) The Wimbledon tennis victory for Novak Djokovic over Roger Federer in the marathon finals ending in a fifth set tiebreak reported; scenes shown from the match. [DJOKOVIC, FEDERER - comment briefly.]
(Shakopee, Minnesota: Jo Ling Kent) The annual Amazon Prime Day for sales that has become a national event examined; examples of sales items & other retailers following suit given. [Two SHOPPERS - comment.] [Focal Point investment bank managing partner Nishen RADIA@- says other retailers have to share.] The uprsurge in fake product reviews cited.
(New York: Carl Quintanilla) An inside look at the fast-growing industry of e-cigarettes dominated by Juul featured; scenes shown from the Juul factory in Wisconsin; details given about the revamping of the ad campaign after criticism it was aimed at kids & the issue of long-term effects of vaping. [E-cigarette CEO Kevin BURNS@- explains what he would tell parents.] [Stanford school of medicine Bonnie HALPERN-FELSHER@- notes the bling ads.] [West Virginia University school of medicine Mark OLFERT@= says vaping is no safer than smoking.]
(Studio: Kate Snow) Further coverage of the story on CNBC tomorrow noted.
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The new film "The Farewell" that asks the questions when it is all right to lie examined; film clip about staging a "good lie" with an all-Asian cast shown. [Writer director Lulu WANG?- talks about life in her Chinese American family & realizing truth may not be the greater moral value..