This program is 29 minutes long
(Pyongyang, North Korea: Ben Tracy) The failure of a North Korean missile launch & the ongoing nuclear threat to the US featured; scenes shown from the military parade in North Korea on Saturday staged by leader Kim Jong Un & from a flower show. [In Seoul, Vice President Mike PENCE - comments on the alliance with South Korea.]
(West Palm Beach, Florida: Errol Barnett) The reaction of President Trump to Tax Day protests calling for him to release his tax returns & tomorrow's Easter egg festivities at the White House featured; Trump tweets on taxes, the election & what he says about China quoted. [National security adviser H.R. McMASTER- says there is a consensus about the North Korea situation & we work with China on options.] [Senator Jack REED - wants China to put pressure on North Korea.]
(Washington: Chip Reid) President Trump & the future of Obamacare examined. [Last month, TRUMP - says we should let Obamacare explode.] [Kaiser Family Foundation Larry LEVITT - denies Obamacare is exploding & the insurance market is stable; states the Trump administration could cause the ACA to collapse.] [Health policy analyst Bob LESHEVSKI- says Obamacare is just holding on so the administration has to decide: Republicans have to deal with this.]
(New York: Tony Dokoupil) Easter Sunday for Christianity featured; scenes shown of Pope Francis at the Vatican, Britain's Queen Elizabeth at Mass, Coptic churches, Jerusalem, Greece, Easter egg hunts in the US & New York City. [Prime Minister Theresa MAY - talks about freedom of religion.]
(Istanbul: Holly Williams) A referendum in Turkey to give the president, Recep Erdogan, an increase in power & the opposition to his moves for power examined; scenes shown of recent bombings & an attempted military coup.
(Tokyo: Adriana Diaz) The health crisis for Japanese workers due to overtime work hours examined; details given about "karoshi" or, "death by overwork" with examples of work-related suicides cited.
(Los Angeles: Mireya Villarreal) The 70th anniversary of the end of segregation in major league baseball by Jackie Robinson featured; scenes shown of the unveiling of a statue at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles of Robinson sliding into home & of footage from his career. [Sculptor Branly CADET- explains what he tried to capture in the statue.] [Dodger owner Magic JOHNSON, FAN, retired Dodger announcer Vin SCULLY - remember Robinson.]
(Alexandria, Virginia: James Brown) The pastor of the ALfred Street Baptist church in Alexandria, Virginia, that uses hip-hop to attract young people featured; scenes shown from the church & of the pastor preaching. [Pastor Howard-John WESLEY- says we are Baptists using a high liturgy & we are 7,000 strong now; explains how he respects & can use the language of hip hop; comments on this Easter Sunday.] [Teen Madison WELBOURNE - explains the pastor's appeal.] [Deacon James GARRETT, Patricia WALLACE - explain hiring Wesley.]