This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Mary Bruce) The pressure on House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes questioning his objectivity in the Russian connection investigation & charges the White House tried to block testimony from acting attorney general Sally Yates due to presidential communications privilege examined; details given about the White House-Yates' exchange. [NUNES - says he will not recuse himself; denies Yates story.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - questions Nunes.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - denies Yates' charges.] [Representative Adam SCHIFF - wants the committee hearings rescheduled.] Trump tweet about the "Russian hoax" quoted. [SPICER - says if the president puts Russian salad dressing....] The ongoing FBI investigation into collusion between the Trump campaign & Russia noted. The support from Republicans for Nunes discussed.
(White House: Cecilia Vega) The reversal by President Trump of climate change rules passed by President Obama & his advocacy of coal industry jobs featured; scenes shown of him signing legislation; details given about the executive order & the prospects for coal mining jobs. [TRUMP - speaks about coal miners; promises to lift restrictions on industry.] [March 20, TRUMP - says we will put coal miners back to work.] The response from the Sierra Club to Trump's actions quoted. [TRUMP - says climate change is a hoax.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - answers question.] What Spicer said about the coal industry discussed.
(Decaturville, Tennessee: Adrienne Bankert) The damaging stormy weather reviewed; scenes shown of downed trees in Tennessee, a tornado, winds in Alabama, hail. [MAN, WOMAN, Dallas ROOFER - comment on the tornado, hail.]
(Studio: David Muir, Ginger Zee) The severe weather forecast with tornado watches in the South discussed; weather maps shown.
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) A home invasion in Oklahoma by three teens in which the homeowner's son Zach Peters fatally fired on them with an AR-15 rifle reviewed; scenes shown from the area near Tulsa. [Police OFFICIAL, Wagoner County sheriff's office chief deputy Les YOUNG - comment on what happened.] Oklahoma's "make my day" law explained.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The testimony against US gymnastics team doctor Larry Masters for sexually abusing athletes featured; scenes shown from Capitol Hill hearings. [Former gymnasts Jamie DANTZSCHER, Jessica HOWARD, Dominique MOCEANU- testify about the culture of abuse.] A statement from USA Gymnastics quoted. A new bill to protect amateur athletes from abuse noted.
(Washington airport: David Kerley) The uproar over an airport TSA security patdown of a teenage boy, who has a condition called sensory processing disorder, examined; patdown scenes shown. [Mother Jennifer WILLIAMSON- says she felt targeted.] [Boy Aaron WILLIAMSON- explains he is sensitive to being touched.] [ANALYST - defends TSA screening.]