This program is 29 minutes long
(Hong Kong: Matt Bradley) The collapse of a balcony in a nightclub in South Korea with four American water polo athletes, including Kaleigh Gilchrist, injured reviewed; scenes shown from inside the club; details given about the city's hosting of the world aquatic championships. [Water polo player Rowie WEBSTER@- describes what happened.] A statement from FINA quoted. The police investigation of nightclub safety issues discussed.
(White House: Hans Nichols) The attack by President Trump on Representative Elijah Cummings & his district examined; Trump tweet calling the Maryland district a filthy place & the responses from Cummings & Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi quoted. [July 13, CUMMINGS - attacks the acting Homeland Security secretary about treatment of migrants.] [Baltimore Mayor Benrard YOUNG@- says Trump has a history of attacking minorities.] [July 21, on ABC, CUMMINGS - says Trump is a racist.] Trump's victory with the Supreme Court ruling on his use of Pentagon funding for his border wall discussed.
(London: Sarah Harman) The arrest in Italy of two American teenagers, Finnegan Elder & Gabriel Natale-Hjorth%, for the stabbing murder of a Rome police officer, Mario Rega%, during a drug deal featured; photos shown; details given about evidence found in their hotel room & the trials in Italy of American Amanda Knox beginning in 2007. [International lawyer Theodore SIMON@- says the proceedings will be protracted.]
(New York: Kathy Park) The charges against the father, Juan Rodriguez, of twins who died in a hot car in New York City examined; scenes shown of the car involved & other hot car stories; death statistics cited. [WITNESS - describes what happened.] [EMS deputy chief Patrick FLYNN@- notes how fast children can be effected in hot cars.]
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart, Kathy Park) How to prevent hot car issues discussed.
(No location given: Morgan Chesky) The grasshopper invasion in Las Vegas featured; scenes shown of the migratory insects everywhere. [Several PEOPLE - react.]
(New York: Jo ling Kent) How to claim your money from the 700 million dollar settlement by Equifax after the data security breach examined; details given about data revealed & the limits of payouts. [On the street, ten PEOPLE - react to the deal.] [Nerdwallet Kim PALMER@- gives claiming advice.]
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart; New York: Jo Ling Kent) How & when to apply for settlement money discussed.
(Chicago: Morgan Radford) The immigration story of American soldier Luis Ramos, worried about the immigration status of his mother, Rose, as he is about to go to Afghanistan, presented; scenes shown; details given about the "Parole in Place" policy that may allow Rosa to get a green card & how President Trump's administration is considering ending the program. [Luis RAMOS - comments on what would happen if her country, the US, neglected her.] The opposition to ending the program from veteran Senator Tammy Duckworth quoted. [DUCKWORTH - talks about troop readiness.] Rosa's defense, in Spanish, of immigrants noted.
(No location given: Molly Hunter) The story of Alma, Arkansas, mother & daughter Carrie & Harper Jernigan, & their shoe giveaway plan presented; scenes shown of them with lots of boxes of shoes at a closing Payless store. [The JERNIGANS - explain their project of giving away shoes for needy kids going back to school.]