This program is 29 minutes long
(Burlington, Vermont: White House: Jonathan Karl) Breaking news on presidential candidate Donald Trump's attack on Hillary Clinton & former President Bill Clinton featured; Trump anti-Clinton ad & people lining up in Vermont to hear Trump speak shown. [TRUMP - comments on "his" problems.] [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST - defends Hillary.] [Vermont VOTERS - comment.] How the Trump campaign is only letting confirmed supporters into the event discussed.
(Webster City, Iowa: Tom Llamas) The citizenship fight between presidential candidates Donald Trump & Ted Cruz over his being born in Canada examined; Trump quoted. [CRUZ - says he will not take legal advice from Trump.] [Voice of Senator John MCCAIN - says the issue is worth looking into it.] [CRUZ - says McCain will back Marco Rubio.] [Cruz supporter Carol McCURDY@- says Cruz should mention it.]
(NYSE: Linzie Janis) The worst start to a new year for the market due to China & low oil prices examined. [NYSE trader Jonathan CORPINA@- assesses the impact.] The bad news fore retirement accounts discussed.
(Paris: Alex Marquardt) The takedown in Paris of a meat cleaver-wielding man with a note pledging allegiance to ISIS featured; scenes shown with a witness audio played; details given about last year's two major attacks in Paris.
(Lansing, New York: Gio Benitez) The rescue of miners trapped in a salt mine in Syracuse, New York, reviewed; scenes shown from outside the mine. [Cayuga Salt Mine manager Shawn WILCZYNSKI@- describes what happened.]
(Newhall, California: Matt Gutman) The stormy El Nino weather in the West featured; scenes shown of the waves, landslides, mudslides, snow in California.
(Studio: David Muir, Rob Marciano) The continuing storms in the West moving East with cold temperatures forecast discussed; weather maps shown.
(Washington: David Kerley) The new government food guidelines examined; specifics cited. [Center for Science in the Public Interest Michael JACOBSON@- criticizes the meat guidelines & the meat industry's political power.]
(New Rochelle, New York: Linsey Davis) The record Powerball lottery jackpot due to the changing lottery rules examined; odds statistics cited.