This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Jon LaPook) The national march for science in hudnreds of cities featured; scenes shown from Washington, DC; details given of the concerns of the marchers about President Trump's administration: funding cuts, denial of science, changing immigration policy. [Psychologist Tim TRUMPER; Kristin SANBORN, California Academy of Sciences Dr. Jonathan FOLEY, three young PEOPLE, "science guy" Bill NYE - explains his worry about climate change, how facts seem under attack; defends science; says save the world.] [Older women Lillian nIFF, Cathy HEALY, Lucia CHIO - say we won these things in the '70s & '80s.] Trump's statement on science research quoted.
(White House: Errol Barnett) President Trump's promises to voters as he nears 100 days in office examined; scenes shown of Trump's visit to Walter Reed military hospital in Washington, DC, with his wife where he awarded the Purple Heart to Army Sgt. Alvaro Barrientos; details given about his contract on Obamacare, illegal immigration & child & elder care. [TRUMP - comments on health care.] What he is saying about tax cuts & immigration & a big rally next Saturday noted.
(New York: Roxana Saberi) The issue of sanctuary areas & the threat of cuts in federal funding examined. [Attorney General Jeff SESSIONS - says sanctuary puts criminals back on the street; states there are lawful systems of immigration; notes one judge overruled the constitutional authority of the president.] [New York City police commissioner James O'NEILL - reacts to the Justice Department statement saying New York is soft on crime.]
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The drama over what happened in the cabin of an American Airlines plane examined; scenes shown of an exchange between passengers & a flight attendant over a woman's baby stroller. The airline's statement from communications director Leslie Scott quoted. The actions by American with the Argentina-bound passenger noted.
(Paris: Elizabeth Palmer) The election in France led by conservative Marine Le Pen featured; scenes shown of her campaigning with support from the young people, who oppose immigration & free trade.
(Utqiagvik, Alaska: Barry Petersen) The alarm in Alaska over rapidly melting polar ice featured; scenes shown from a NOAA research station in Utqiagvik, Alaska & of disappearing villages; details given about changing weather patterns. [NOAA Arctic research director Jeremy MATHIS - cites the warming of the Arctic & its connections to the hemisphere.] [OMB dir. Mick MULLVANEY - says we won't spend money on climate change.] [University of Alaska International Arctic Research Center's John WALSH - says future generations are threatened.]
(Arlington Heights, Illinois: Dean Reynolds) The views of "climate realists," who reject the idea that climate change is manmade, examined. [Heartland Inst.'s Joe BASS - questions the idea of climate change so don't spend money; states we are winning big time: global warming will be just a bad memory.] [Donald TRUMP - calls global warming a hoax.]
(Gothic, Colorado: John Blackstone) A visit to climate diarist Billy Barr in the Colorado Rockies presented; scenes shown of his remote cabin in the wilderness. [BARR - recounts coming here in '72, measuring the snow, tracking the wildlife; explains his worries.] [Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory Scientist David INOUYE- talks about Billy's data on the changing climate.]