This program is 29 minutes long
(Seoul: Martha Raddatz) The intensifying tensions between the US & North Korea, which has been threatening to hold an underground test of a nuclear bomb, featured; scenes shown of a military parade, including missile canisters & of US fighter jets & a defense battery on a South Korean base; details given about North Korean weaponry to threaten Japan, South Korea & the US. [April 13, President TRUMP - says North Korea is a problem.] A statement from North Korean party vice chairman Choe Ryong Hae quoted. [Army Lt. Col. Marc PELINI- explains the missile defense system.] [Air Force Lt. Col. Thomas BERGESON- explains it is a serious threat.]
(Studio: Tom Llamas; studio: Steve Ganyard) The intent of the North Korea canisters, the diversity of mobile missiles & what Kim Jong Un may do discussed.
(Studio: Tom Llamas) Further coverage of North Korea on "This Week" noted.
(West Palm Beach: David Wright) A day of violent demonstrations against President Trump introduced; scenes shown from Berkeley, California, & Tax Day protests in many cities demanding Trump release his taxes. [Several PROTESTERS - complain.] [Sept. 20, 2016, TRUMP - promises to release his taxes.] [MAN - backs Trump.] [January 22, Trump adviser Kellyanne CONWAY - says he will not release his tax returns.] The demonstration near Mar-A-Lago discussed.
(London: Jennifer Eccleston) A massive suicide bombing near Aleppo, Syria, featured; scenes shown of the site & casualties.
(New York: Eva Pilgrim) The arrest in Massachusetts of a suspect, Angelo Colon Ortiz, in the murder last summer of jogger Google employee Vanessa Marcotte featured; scenes shown from the site. [Worcester County D.A. Joseph EARLY- says we got the DNA of her killer.]
(New York: Adrienne Bankert) The case in Georgia of two police officers, Sgt. Michael Bongiovanni & Ofc. Robert McDonald, beating a hanbdcuffed suspect updated; video of Hollins being beaten shown; details given about the defense from Bongiovanni's attorney. [Victim Demetrius HOLLINS- describes what happened to him.] [Gwinnett police Chief A.A. "Butch" AYERS- reacts to the police behavior.]
(New York: Kenneth Moton) A stampede at New York City's Penn Station after police scuffled with a suspect & a Taser went off featured; scenes shown of people running & sprawling out. [Tourist Anna RENZI, MAN - describe what happened.]
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) A sport memorabilia scandal involving the NFL's Eli Manning of the New York Giants examined- e-mail exchange between Manning & the equipment manager & from Giants' counsel Karen Kessler quoted. [ESPN sports business writer Darren ROVELL- says the claim is counterfeit memorabilia was passed off as game-used.] Other memorabilia crimes detailed.
(Washington: Gloria Riviera) ABC exclusive video of the baby giraffe born to April at an animal park in upstate New York featured; mother & baby giraffes shown. [Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan PATCH- talks about giraffe conservation.]