This program is 30 minutes long
(San Francisco: Mola Lenghi) The violent hammer attack on Friday in San Francisco by David DePape on Paul Pelosi, husband of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, who was the target of the political attack, featured; scenes shown of the house; details given about reports the Canadian suspect was in the country illegally, the status of his injuries, his plans to break Nancy's kneecaps, his hammer attack on Paul, his other targets. [San Francisco D.A. Brooke JENKINS@- says DePape is a risk.]
(Washington: Terry Moran) Growing concern about threats against election workers in the midterm elections examined; scenes shown about armed ballot box watchers in Arizona; election officials statistics cited. [Adams County. Colorado, clerk Josh ZYGIELBAUM@- talks about suspicions & shows safety measures & that he wears a bulletproof vest.] [Last night, President BIDEN - opposes voter intimidation.] [Michigan secretary of state Celyn BENSON@, Philadelphia D.A. Larry KRASNER@- talk about election security.] The issue of security for election officials discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) ABC News election night coverage using new technology tools noted.
(New York: Stephanie Ramos) The arrest in New York City of Carl Sanner? on charges of serial attacks featured; scenes shown from the area where a jogger was struck; details given of the charges. [Called 911, Gabrielle SUMKIN@- comments on the victim.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The warning from the US & South Korea against a nuclear attack after more North Korean missile launches reviewed; scenes shown of missile launches & strike sites. [Secretary of Defense Lloyd AUSTIN - defends the ROK.] The warnings to North Korean leader Kim Jong Il discussed.
(Ukraine: James Longman) The loss of all power at the nuclear power plant in Ukraine reviewed; scenes shown of the plant destabilized by the war with Russia.
(New York: Trevor Ault) The criticism of pro basketball player Kyrie Irving for a social media link to an anti-Semitic film examined; details given of Irving's past promotion of conspiracy theories. [IRVING - answers press questions.] A statement from NBA commissioner Adam Silver quoted.