This program is 30 minutes long
(New York: Rosa Flores) The widening scandal surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and the lane closures on the George Washington Bridge reviewed; e-mail from Port Authority executive director Patrick Foye forwarded by ex-Christie appointee Bill Baroni to Christie aide Regina Egea quoted. [On “Meet the Press,” RNC chairman Reince PREIBUS- defends Christie.] [New Jersey state assemblyman John WISNIEWSKI- says laws have been broken.]
(Dillsburg, Pennsylvania: Jean Casarez) The hunt in Pennsylvania for a suspect in the deadly highway shooting of Timothy Davison featured; scenes shown from Dillsburg; photos shown of Davison; animation shown; 911 call played. [Pennsylvania State Police Capt. Steven JUNKIN- says this person murdered an individual.] [York County residents Larry & Charene MORRISON, Dillsburg resident Jeff ZEIGLER- react.]
(Studio: Jennifer Gray) The weather forecast presented; maps shown.
(Beijing: Karl Penhaul) Former NBA player Charles Smith’s defense of his trip to North Korea with Dennis Rodman and other basketball players featured; scenes shown of the team with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and of Rodman singing “Happy Birthday” to Kim; details given about the status of American captive Kenneth Bae. [SMITH – denies getting paid by North Korea.]
(No location given: John Berman) The lawsuit brought by football fan Josh Finkelman over the price of Super Bowl tickets featured; prices cited; details given about how teams offer tickets to resellers who inflate the price. [FANS, HLN legal analyst Joey JACKSON– comment.]