Transcript for Women Soccer Players Files Wage Discrimination Lawsuit
To the index of other news tonight and to a federal complaint about equal pay. Five stars of the U.S. Women's soccer team filing a lawsuit. They are the reigning world cup and olympic champions, and they generate nearly $20 million more than the men's team. Yet, the men's team, who did not make it to the quarterfinals in the last world cup, were paid $9 million as a team. The women, who won it all, $2 million for the team. One of the players filing the complaint, star Alex Morgan, telling me why they're filing the complaint. We're doing the same work for less. We're winning world championships, olympic championships, and we don't want to take anything away from the men, but we have been very successful. Alex, when you hear those Numbers that the women's team generated nearly $20 million more in revenue but are paid almost four times less than the men, what kind of message does that send to young girls out there playing soccer and hoping to be out on the field like you one day? First of all, I hope it sends a message that we're going to keep fighting for those young G girls. And also that, you know, opportunity is there, but we also need to continue fighting for that gender equality. Alex Morgan, a short time ago. And tonight, the U.S. Soccer federation responding, saying, we are proud of the long-standing commitment we have made to building women's soccer in the U.S. And furthering opportunities in soccer for young women and girls around the world. There is news tonight about the zika virus. The CDC warning mosquitos carrying the disease may spread farther north than first thought. All the way to New York and San Francisco. There are already 312 confirmed cases of zika in 40 states now. All of them travel-related. Part of a 767 falling from the sky. A homeowner in Mesa, Arizona, says an emergency slide fell from a passenger plane, landing outside his front door. The FAA says the slide somehow deployed as an atlas air flight was about to land. And to that "Wheel of fortune" moment tonight. 23-year-old Robert sandoli winning $76,000, steam rolling the competition with one successful after another. Solving a puzzle with just one letter revealed. Take a look. Port and starboard. Yeah, that's it. Woo! Port and starboard. He says he is going to pay off his college loans and may buy a car. One letter.
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