This program is 29 minutes long
(Pyongyang, North Korea: Ben Tracy) The growing tensions between the US & North Korea, which has been threatening to hold an underground test of a nuclear bomb, featured; scenes shown from Pyongyang of a military parade under leader Kim Jong Un, including long range ballistic missiles.
(Florida: Errol Barnett) The tax day protests in several US cities calling for President Trump to release his taxes featured; photos of the Trump family at Mar-A-Lago & protests shown. [TRUMP - praises the military.] [PROTESTER - criticizes Trump.] The cost of presidential trips to Mar-A-Lago & to protect the Trump sons on overseas business trips noted.
(Battle Creek, Michigan: Dean Reynolds) The political passions dividing the nation as evidence by a town meeting in Michigan held by Representative Justin Amash featured; scenes shown; details given of his positions on various issues. [AMASH - comments on his positions.]
(Washington: Paula Reid) Judge Christine Baker's blocking of executions in Arkansas scheduled by Governor Asa Hutchinson before the state's lethal injection drug Midazolam expires featured; photos of 8 men facing the death penalty shown. [HUTCHINSON - states his position.] [Death Penalty Information Center dir. Robert DUNHAM- says Midazolam can cause painful death.]
(New York: Roxanna Saberi) The birth of a baby giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park in upstate New York featured; scenes shown of the calf being born; details given about giraffe marketing. [Park owner Jordan PATCH- talks about the giraffe video feed.] [Giraffe FAN - reacts.]
(Los Angeles: Danielle Nottingham) The 25th anniversary of the riots in Los Angeles after the trial of four police officers for beating black man Rodney King featured; scenes shown from April 29, 1992, of the unrest. [In interview police Chief Charlie BECK - recalls the L.A. environment in 1990s; comments on problem police incidents in the last five years; states the L.A. police is now a majority minority & the aims are security & trust.]
(Washington: Kris Van Cleave) The public relations turbulence for the airlines examined; details given of flight cancellations, the removal of Dr. David Dao from an overbooked United flight, changes in airlines policies on overbooked flights. [Passengers Callie CUSDORF, Marianne McLAIN- comment.]
(Rome: Seth Doane) 82-year-old Italian news photographer Letizia Battaglia, who "framed" the Mafia in her work, featured; many photos at a museum exhibit shown. [BATTAGLIA - talks about her crime scene photography; jokes about her camera.] [Maxi Foundation president Juvana MILANDRI- says she is a powerful photographer.]