This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Errol Burnett) The response of President-elect Donald Trump to a "Washington Post" report that the CIA concluded Russia interfered in the presidential election & Trump Secretary of State candidate Rex Tillerson featured; details given about Tillerson's ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. [TRUMP - blames the Democrats for the report.] [On CBS, Senator John MCCAIN - wants an investigation into Russian hacking.] [On ABC, chief of staff Reince PRIEBUS - defends Tillerson.]
(Washington: Kenneth Craig) The lawsuits brought by Melania Trump against a blogger, Webster Tarpley, & "The Daily Mail" for stories about her examined; details given about the later retracted stories. [CBS reporter Paula REID - says Melania has the resources.]
(Jamestown, New York: Tony Dokoupil) The winter cold & snow storm system featured; scenes shown of snowy roads, the plane that skidded off the Detroit runway, the Michigan car pileup. [Tow truck guy Jeff PETERA, county sheriff Joe GERACI, Illinois OFFICIAL - comment on weather conditions.]
(Studio: Elaine Quijano; studio: Mary Kay Kleist) The snow storm system discussed; weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Mireya Villarrel) An avalanche in Nevada that killed a skier featured; scenes shown from Mount Rose. [Washoe County sheriff's office Bob HARMON - says they skied in a closed area.]
(Istanbul, Turkey: Holly Williams) A Kurdish attack in Turkey targeting police officers & the Cairo cathedral bombing reviewed; scenes shown from the soccer stadium in Istanbul & Cairo.
(Aleppo: Debra Patta) The fall of the rebel forces in Aleppo featured; scenes shown from eastern Aleppo bombed by the Syrian army, the displaced civilians, a reunited family. [MAN - describes the conditions here.]
(Washington: Margaret Brennan) A House Oversight Committee report on how much the State Department is spending on its embassies examined; scenes shown from the London facility & other sites; embassy statistics cited. [Representative Jason CHAFFETZ - says the State Department misled us: something has to change.] [State Department spokesman Mark CONNOR- speaks about the building.]
(Macon: James Brown) The story form Georgia of two churches trying to heal the divide between their congregations featured; scenes shown from Macon of the black First Baptist Church & the white First Baptist Church of Christ; details given about the churches' history & the members recent meetings. [Pastors Scott DICKERSON & James GOOLSBY - talk about church segregation.] [White churchgoer Ethan THOMPSON - reacts to the conversation.]