This program is 29 minutes long
(Wichita, Kansas: Adrienne Bankert) The dangerous ice storm affecting the roads in the heartland featured; scenes shown from the roads in Oklahoma, Kansas & ice on trees. [Four PEOPLE - talk about road conditions.]
(Studio: Cecilia Vega; New York: Kate Parker) The weather forecast for the ice storm from freezing rain discussed; weather maps shown.
(White House" Mary Bruce) The war of words between President-elect Donald Trump & Representative John Lewis, who called Trump an illegitimate President, reviewed; Trump Tweet & Lewis defenders quoted; civil rights photos shown; details given about the challenges to the Trump administration by Lewis. [LEWIS - says the Russians helped him to get elected; questions the attorney general pick.] [President OBAMA - says Trump will be the next president] [In interview, LEWIS - says he knows the South.]
(Studio: Cecilia Vega) Report introduced.
(Washington: Gloria Riviera) A possible foreign policy shakeup from Trump reviewed; details given about Russian sanctions, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee plans to investigate Russian ties to hacking political campaigns. [Several times, TRUMP - speaks about Russian President Vladimir Putin & China.] The coming week of senate confirmation hearings noted.
(Studio: Cecilia Vega) The Friday inauguration noted.
(Walterboro, South Carolina: Eva Pilgrim) The cracking of the 18-year-old case of the abduction of a baby, Kamiyah Mobley, from a Florida hospital by Gloria Williams featured; 1998 photos & from court shown. [Biological father Craig AIKEN - comments.] [Friend of victim Tesha STEPHENS- talks about "Alexis."]
(New York: Marci Gonzalez) The tragic fire in Baltimore that claimed the lives of six children featured; scenes shown of the fire & burned-out house; details given about space heater dangers.
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) The launch of a SpaceX rocket carrying satellites featured; founder Elon Musk quoted; details given about prior accidents; details given about planned launches, including sometime to Mars.
(Los Angeles: Neal Karlinsky) Another investigation of the infamous 1972 D.B. Cooper plane hijacking case featured; details given of new clues from Cooper's tie. [Center for Scientific Advancement director Tom KAYE- comments on the Cooper case.]
(No location given: John Donvan) The story of four-year-old Delia Merona, who has read a thousand books, presented; scenes shown of her reading & at the Library of Congress with Carla Haydon..