Nightly News Broadcast (Full) - July 22, 2019 | NBC Nightly News

Nightly News Broadcast (Full) – July 22, 2019 | NBC Nightly News



tonight dramatic new accusations from Iran 17 accused CIA spies arrested some facing death sentences the president blasting the claims as totally false and issuing Iran a stern new warning as the UK holds an emergency meeting over that seized tanker in the Gulf massive protests hundreds of thousands take to the streets in Puerto Rico they're boiling over at the governor who's still defying calls to resign over leaked text messages the new warning at a vacation hotspot very popular with American tourists alcohol tainting totally concerns me I think I'll only drink from closed bottles the threat that's claimed at least 19 lives this summer Amazon partnering with police to give homeowners its popular ring Dorval cameras but some say it's an incursion on your privacy and tonight your ticket to Tokyo let the countdown to the 2020 games begin this is NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt good evening I'm Savannah Guthrie in for Lester tonight Iran is making bold accusations against the US the country claiming it's busted up a CIA spy ring inside its borders the Iranians laid out their case on state television in dramatic fashion today but the White House was quick to dismiss these claims as just the latest provocation from a country feeling the heat NBC's chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell leads us off tonight another escalation in Iran's showdown with the u.s. this highly produced video claiming to show that the CIA recruited 17 Iranians a charged president Trump strongly denies I read a report today about CIA that's totally a false story that's another lie they put out propaganda they put out lies let's see what happens with Iran we are ready for the absolute worst and we're ready for sense to Iran also showing alleged business cards from US diplomats Iran says our CIA agents in Turkey and other countries all presented at a highly unusual briefing NBC's alia ruse II was there briefings such as this are incredibly rare with all the information handed out officials here claim the Iranians were offered visas and jobs in the US which never materialized now some of them are facing execution an ex CIA chief has his doubts they've picked up all of the usual suspects whether or not they're guilty or not they're going to make a show of trying to break down any intelligence by the United States he says British officials ordered protection for their ships after Iran's commandos apparently seen in this Iranian video seized a British tanker in the Strait of Hormuz Friday a former NATO supreme Allied commander says the British ship was not in Iran's waters there is no question in my mind that that ship was conducting routine international passing and tonight a US intelligence official tells NBC News that regardless of whether true or false Iran is putting a target on the backs of any US personnel and their families also shown in their video Savannah all right Andrea Mitchell leading Asaf thank you we are drawing closer tonight to what may be the most anticipated testimony on Capitol Hill in a decade millions are expected to be glued to their screens Wednesday when former Special Counsel Robert Muller comes reluctantly before Congress NBC's Kristen Welker at the White House tonight with what the president is saying tonight less than 48 hours before Robert Moeller's highly-anticipated testimony the president who said he won't watch now signaling he might tune in mr. president are you worried about Wednesday no I'm not gonna be watching probably maybe I'll see a little bit of it I'm not gonna be what watching Muller because you can't take all those bites out of the Apple we had a total no collusion finding the Democrats were devastated by it they went crazy they've gone off the deep end Muller who has insisted he will not say anything that is not already in his report will spend five hours in front of two House committees subpoenaed by Democrats who are still divided over impeachment now some top Democrats hope Americans will take a second look the report presents very substantial evidence that the president is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors and we have to or that mullet present those facts the American people but tonight the president touting last week's vote without objection when a majority of Democrats killed an impeachment resolution they tried an impeachment vote and they got slaughtered last week they got absolutely slaughter I have a lot of respect for the Democrats because most most of them voted against impeachment last week and I have a lot of respect for those Democrats that did that because they're doing the right thing for the country and late tonight the president announcing a bipartisan deal has been struck in Congress on the budget and debt ceiling for two years the president describing as a quote real compromise now Congress has to vote on it Savannah all right Kristen Welker at the White House Thank You Kristen today in Puerto Rico the largest demonstrations yet hundreds of thousands pouring at his streets again calling for the resignation of the governor there but tonight he is digging in NBC's Gabe Gutierrez is in San Juan tonight the crowd stretched for miles a sea of outrage on an island in limbo despite heavy rain organizers say hundreds of thousands of people turned out by far the largest demonstration yet today on fox news Porto Rico's governor Ricardo Rocio reiterated he's not resigning my focus is to make sure that the policy that we have enacted moves forward but he does say he won't run for re-election next year and is stepping down as the head of his political party not enough for this crowd the protesters started showing up just after dawn and right now they've shut down this major highway in San Juan the city is at a standstill the pressure on Rocio has intensified since nearly 900 pages of a private group chat were leaked and published the messages between him and several close aides include personal attacks on rival politicians jokes about the victims of Hurricane Maria and an anti-gay slur directed at singer Ricky Marco once again joined the protesters today President Trump called the local government here corrupt and touted the to Miss Universe pageants he hosted on the islands I've had a great relationship with Puerto Rico I'm the best thing that ever happened to Puerto Rico here in San Juan multiple lawmakers are already talking about all right we've G garrison San Juan for us tonight the fever is breaking that dangerous heat wave finally cooling off a bit but just behind it severe storms with at least 46 million people in its path and don't look now there is new trouble brewing in the tropics too al Roker's got it all covered al where's it headed Savannah a line of severe thunderstorms bringing cooler air but heavy weather from New England all the way back the into the Appalachians we got a severe thunderstorm watch until 10:00 tonight from Nashville and Huntsville all the way into the Northeast 13 States 46 million people at risk for damaging winds hail and can't rule out an isolated tornado from Nashville to New York we've got a moderate risk of flooding tonight and if that's not enough we have tropical depression number three it's not going to become a tropical storm most likely but it will move up the coast and bring heavy rain along the eastern coast of Florida into the southeast upwards of three inches but the good news the heat waves over Savannah see you tomorrow morning I'll see you tomorrow al thank you tonight the credit monitoring company Equifax has agreed to pay a massive settlement up to 700 million dollars for one of the biggest data breaches in history the private information of half of the u.s. population was exposed NBC's Jolene Kent now with the details on the payout and how victims can get in on it tonight up to 150 million Americans may finally get some relief from Equifax this after one of the largest data breaches ever that compromised names addresses birth dates social security numbers and driver's license information they're going to pay consumers for their loss and they're going to pay to make sure something like this doesn't happen again Equifax will pay at least 575 million dollars to consumers including 300 million for free credit monitoring services Allison Thompson received a letter from Equifax saying her data may have been compromised and says she still won't be able to trust the company you pay them to protect you you pay them to get your credit report and then they make money by selling your information and I just think it's kind of disgusting the CEO of Equifax trying to restore that trust today today's announcement really puts that consumer fund in place that will really give consumers some peace of mind that their identity is going to be watched with the credit monitoring that will be offered the massive settlement will give those affected twenty-five dollars for each hour spent insuring information was protected reimbursement for certain credit monitoring and ten years of free credit monitoring going forward for more information you can visite ftc.gov same cute tonight an urgent manhunt is underway for a killer after an American woman and her boyfriend were found murdered it happened while the two were traveling in one of the most remote parts of Canada and late word now the new disappearance of two teens could be connected NBC's Morgan Chesky with details tonight investigators believe this remote Canadian highway may hold answers in a murder mystery North Carolina native China Dees on a road trip with our Australian boyfriend Lucas Fowler when their 1986 Chevy van broke down it's not yet clear whether Lucas and China were targeted or if this was an opportunity a crime of opportunity police say Sunday the couple pulled over at Liars hot springs a popular tourist stop but nearly sixteen hours from the nearest major city Juneau Alaska Monday morning their bodies were found on the side of the road shot to death reports of missing teenagers on another remote Canadian Road their car found on fire police were asked if the cases are connected it's possible it's possible tonight Canadian police urging anyone with a dashcam who traveled that highway to come forward in hopes of getting answers as families remember a young couple full of life exploring Canada's national parks for something like that to happen it must have really been something because these are two people that have travelled around the world and we're not people to be caught off guard growing questions as police hunt for a killer Morgan Chesky NBC News next tonight our series one in five kids at risk Oregon is making a major change to help young people face their struggles it's become one of the first States to allow students to mental health days as an excused absence NBC's Kate snow with the story Hayley Hardcastle and Derek Evans were seniors when they lobbied state lawmakers for a new bill when Oregon's students head back to school they'll be allowed to call in sick not just if they're physically ill but if they need a mental health day I think the most amazing part about this whole thing is that it was student-led I'm personally in need of mental health days Derek told lawmakers he struggled with anxiety in high school I'm being marked absent unexcused can't make up these assignments because I don't have the willpower to go to school today it's just too much and there is no system set in place to help me or again has one of the highest rates of teen suicide in the country it's the second leading cause of death for 10 to 34 year olds in that state nationally suicide is at a 50-year high under the new oregon law mental health days will be considered excused absences students won't be penalized and can make up exams their parents still have to call the school but now they can be honest about taking a day off to deal with their depression to deal with a panic attack to not have to be anxious about not being able to make up work our biggest goal is just making sure that everyone knows that mental health is just as valid as physical health there has been some backlash on social media wondering if kids will take advantage children are already missing school for mental health reasons the thing is they're lying about it we're hoping that this gives them the opportunity to start a positive conversation about what's going on and why they need help it's such an interesting idea how many days could someone take for mental health so Oregon law says that any student can take up to five days over a three month period for any kind of excused absence and now each school district will be able to revise that as they see fit for their students needs we'll see if it helps okay thank you very much just ahead the new warning you need to hear before you travel this summer why tourists need to be careful what they drink at a popular vacation spot also policing your porch some cities now offering you incentives to install Amazon's ring doorbell camp and Olympic fever the new sports and the familiar favorites you'll see in Tokyo one year from now stay with them back now was a new warning to watch what you're drinking on that next vacation officials in Costa Rica say 19 people have died after having tainted alcohol raising new concerns for travelers to that country and other places in paradise here's Miguel Almaguer the tainted alcohol discovered in Costa Rica has been linked to at least 19 deaths in the country the Health Ministry issuing a national alert after the government confiscated some 30,000 bottles of alcohol believed to be tainted with methanol it's pretty tragic the warning comes as millions of Americans are in the midst of summer travel some headed tonight to Costa Rica I don't think I would have a drink it where I don't see where that alcohol is coming from with 14 men and five women among the confirmed victims government officials identified several brands of liquor that were tampered with sellers sometimes dilute products with methanol to increase profits according to a recent study illicit alcohol made up 19 percent of sales in Costa Rica 28 percent in Brazil and 34 percent in Mexico in the Dominican Republic toxicology reports are pending after the deaths of two Americans on vacation found in antifreeze methanol is toxic and you might not taste it in a drink it can trigger a host of symptoms from abdominal pain to loss of motor function experts say the best way to protect yourself overseas avoid mixed drinks considered bottled beer or wine you watch being opened or buy your own liquor at a duty-free shop after you land it's very concerning that these deaths have occurred tonight a warning to travelers take every precaution you can Miguel Almaguer NBC News coming up new privacy questions about Amazon's popular ring doorbell camp hey we're back with new concerns about those doorbell cameras that have become so popular across the country police say they've become a valuable crime-fighting tool but critics say they're also putting entire neighborhoods under surveillance here's Tom Costello get away from the door from catching thieves in the act to cute kids on the front porch to solving kidnappings doorbell cameras have gone viral now some cities are partnering with Amazon to distribute its ring cameras at a discount to deter crime the Wolcott Connecticut Police Department says the cameras have already solved three burglaries whether it's an inner city whether it's a rural area people want to be safe in their own homes police have no access to watch the cameras live Amazon ring says the footage remains in the cloud for two months controlled by the homeowner who remains anonymous if a crime occurs police ask ring to ask the homeowners if they'd share the video but some privacy advocates warn more surveillance will unfairly impact minorities we've already seen in the past over years a lot of high profile instances of people policing black folks and brown folks who they don't think belong in their neighborhoods still Washington DC offers rebate checks to homeowners who register their cameras these are good citizens that really want to be able to help and so they'll provide video footage if there's something of interest on their cameras no different than cameras on street poles gas stations and police body cams say advocates someone is always watching Tom Costello NBC News Bethesda Maryland and up next going for gold we're kicking off the countdown to Tokyo 2020 finally tonight the countdown is on one year till the summer games began in Tokyo and as NBC's Keir Simmons tells us now Surf's Up has some new events make their Olympic debut tonight Tokyo ready for its close-up 50 years since the city lowest hosted the Summer Games this time it's all about blending old and new from the venue's to the medals made from recycled phones and laptops a record 339 medal events and 33 sports including some new ones like surfing skateboarding climbing and karate all making their Olympic debut softball and baseball are back – after a 12-year absence mixture between the new sports and the new area will give people absolutely a brand new feeling about the Olympic Games young young feeling the biggest challenge of these games may be the extreme temps the marathon now starting earlier due to heat fears for nearly a month last July Tokyo was as hot as the heat wave that just swept the US Japan's famous high tech will be deployed to help with the high temperatures reducing lines for athletes and officials using facial recognition some of Team USA's biggest stars from Rio expected back gymnast Simone biles swimmer Katie ledecky and the u.s. women's soccer team fresh off their World Cup win soon they'll all be here while the most crowded cities in the world about to become even more crowded Keir Simmons NBC News Tokyo and we will continue the countdown with some of Team USA's brightest stars tomorrow morning on today that's nightly news for this Monday I'm Savannah Guthrie for all of us at NBC News thanks for watching and have a good night hey NBC News viewers thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching

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21 thoughts on “Nightly News Broadcast (Full) – July 22, 2019 | NBC Nightly News”

  • To Bagrilla Jenkins: the news media said taxes would be increasing for the middle class. I already had to pay. I can't rely upon a study done by a Republican think tank.

  • Trump is a demagogue and relies on a refrain of constant lies as well as throwing his staff "under the bus" if they don't lie for him.

  • Trump wants people not to believe the major networks because his rural base is people who don't read at 9th grade level.

  • Charles de Gaulle says:

    Andrea Mitchell will be responsible for causing Iranian nuclear disaster by protecting the Iranian lies.

  • Gerardo Bedolla says:

    For americans to be executed in Canada is unheard of… heads up america the world hates you and your president.

  • This anchor woman is the wrong type. Her eluction is poor. Her accent is flat and boring. She sounds like a smoker.

  • Ahahaha trump getting it back in spades. No thats your thing trump not Iran.
    Youre doing all of the provoking.
    Dont forget trump CHINA AND RUSSIA ARE IRANS ALLIES. IF YOU DUCK IRAN THEYLL DESTROY US.

  • Wesley Washoe says:

    THE UNITED STATES HAVE HAD OPERATIVES IN IRAN TO GATHER INFORMATION FOR SOMETIME NOW, ITS HOW THE US WORKS & IT NOW IS BEING COMPRIMISED. THE SPECIAL OPERATION COMMAND MOST LIKELY HAS A OPERATION GOING ON RIGHT NOW WITH A SPECIAL OPERATIONS TEAM THEIR NOW UNDERCOVER ON A RECON MISSION BEFOR WE DECIDE TO GO TO WAR WITH THEM ITS NO SECRET. MOST LIKELY IRAN IS DOING THE SAME IN AMERICA ITS WHATS COUNTRIES DO.WERE NOT SUPPOSE TO KNOW THATS WHY ITS DENIED BY THE US.& CIA THEY DONT EXIST EVEN WHEN THEIR CAUGHT SPYING,THAT THE RISK THESE OPERATIVE EXCEPT.(US NAVY COMBAT VETERAN GULF WAR/SOMALIA )

  • JeevesReturns says:

    Chump has no idea what the CIA does. Any claim he makes regarding its operations are things he just made up on the spot in his empty head. He’s clueless as to how government actually runs.

  • BETTERWORLD SGT0589 says:

    These Large Corporations should and must be liable for the irresponsible loss of personal information of creditors, regardless of whether they sell it or they are compromised by Hackers. They must be held accountable for the safety and security of Personal, Private Information!

  • Mr Trump said he has a lot of respect for Democrats. that refused to Impeach him. lol they want you in prison. and not Impeached

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