This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Chip Reid) The future for health care legislation after the Republicans canceled a vote on the bill to repeal & replace Obamacare examined; details given about the conservative opposition to the bill. [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - says Obamacare is the law of the land & this is not the end of the story.] [Representatives Mo BROOKS, Nancy PELOSI offer views on the process.] The Democrats' worry that the Trump administration will make sure Obamacare fails noted.
(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.
(White House: Errol Barnett) Trump's move now for tax reform featured. [TRUMP - says tax reform will be next; defends Ryan.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says Obamacare savings will be used for tax reform.] [RYAN - says tex reform will be more difficult.] [Senator John McCAIN - tells Trump to stop tweeting.] Next week's hearings on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch & the House investigation into Russian election interference noted.
(Studio: Reena Ninan) Tomorrow's guests on "Face the Nation" named.
(Studio: Tony Dokoupil) The panicked response in Washington, DC, to a new campaign of publicizing missing children examined; sample posters & a town hall meeting shown; missing juvenile, including black children, statistics cited. [Acting DC police chief Peter NEWSHAM, youth services div. cmdr. Chanel DICKERSON offer views on the lost children issue.] tweets about missing girls from LL CoolJ, actor Mark Ruffalo & actress Sophia Bush quoted. The action taken by Mayor Muriel Bowser noted.
(London & Birmingham: Jonathan Vigliotti) A visit to Birmingham, England, where Khalid Masood lived before he carried out his London car & knife attack featured; scenes from the neighborhood & Masood photos shown. [Neighbor Fernando COSTA, former London counterterrorism police head Richard WALTON - comment on Masood.] [Central mosque Muslim leader Mohammad ASAL- says we should not be marginalized.]
(Boston: Jim Axelrod) The job of Boston Dr. Jim O'Connell, who treats the city's street people, featured; scenes shown from the street; details given about the program Boston Health Care for the Homeless. [O'CONNELL - talks about this grateful population.] [Two homeless PEOPLE - praise the doctor.]
(Studio: Reena Ninan) Dr. O'Connell's daily rounds noted.
(No location given: Richard Schlesinger) The story of David Temple, who was convicted of the 1999 murder of his wife, Belinda, & then spent nine years in prison, presented; scenes shown from his trial prosecuted by Kelly Siegler & defended by Dick DeGuerin; details given about unseen evidence form the police report. The release of Temple after an appeals court ruling & whether he will be retried noted.
(Studio: Reena Ninan) "48 Hours" coverage of the story noted.
(Redwood City, California: Carter Evans) A look at delivery robots featured; scenes shown of a robot in Redwood City delivering a food order. [Starship Technology head of operations Justin HOFFMAN, DoorDash's Stanley TANG- explain how the robot works to deliver.]