This program is 29 minutes long
(Cleveland: Alex Perez) The nationwide manhunt following the live random killing from Cleveland shown on Facebook by Steve Stephens featured; Easter Sunday & other Stephens videos shown. [Three police OFFICIALS - comment on Stephens.] A statement from Facebook quoted. [Victim's RELATIVE - reacts to the murder.]
(Seoul, South Korea: Martha Raddatz) The missile tests threat from North Korea aimed at the US featured; scenes shown of the military parade hosted by Kim Jong Un; details given about the missile test Failure. [North Korean Ambassador to U.N. KIM InRyong- says nuclear war may break out.] [President TRUMP - says "Gotta behave."] [Former UK foreign secretary Sir Malcolm RIFKIND- speculates cyber methods may have interrupted the test.] [In South Korea, Vice President Mike PENCE - says the era of strategic patience is over; suggests North Korea not test the president's resolve.] [At US base in South Korea, 621st Air Control Squadron Commander Lt. Col. James FIELDS- talks about readying to fight.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says no red lines.] The message from the vice president to North Korea & China discussed.
(Studio: David Muir; studio: Stephen Ganyard) Whether North Korea can keep testing missiles once a week & the threat of a nuclear test discussed; map shown.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) President Trump's restrictions on the White House visitors log, his response to Tax Day protests examined; scenes shown from the White House Easter egg roll. [TRUMP - says we will be stronger as a nation.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - defends log policy; won't answer about tax questions.] [At town hall, Senator Tom COTTON - gets jeered.] The significance of Trump not releasing his tax returns discussed.
(New York: Eva Pilgrim) The announcement that prescription pills were found at the home of late pop star Prince featured; scenes shown of court documents indicating his opioid addiction; details given about the search for the drug fentanyl that killed him..
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) A report a couple getting married were bumped off a United Airlines flight a week after a passenger was dragged off a flight examined; details given about the story & new airline rules for passengers. [Removed, Michael HOHL- describes what happened.] [United CEO Oscar MUNOZ- promises to do better.]
(Boston: Linsey Davis) The story of Boston Marathon runner Kathrine Switzer, who was the sole registered female runner in 1967, presented; 1967 scenes & photos shown. [SWITZER - recalls being grabbed at the '67 race & running today.]