This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Rob Marciano) The storm in the Northeast featured; scenes shown from flooded New York City, a tornado in Georgia, a car crash. [Homeowner Phyllis STARK - reacts to a falling tree.] The weather forecast discussed; weather maps shown.
(State College, Pennsylvania: Gio Benitez) The manslaughter charges against 12 Penn State fraternity members in the death three months ago of Timothy Piazza, who fell in the frat house, featured; details given of the charges after frat hazing with alcohol & the fallen Piazza was left for 12 hours. [Centre County D.A. Stacy Parks MILLER- describes what happened after the fall.] [Defense attorney Pete SALA, father Jim PIAZZA - comment on the case.] Penn State's banning of this fraternity discussed.
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The reaction to the House passage yesterday of a health care bill to repeal/replace Obamacare featured; scenes shown of protests in Kinderhook, New York, & Kalamazoo, Michigan. [With the Australian Prime Minister, President TRUMP - says they have better health care than us.] [Senators BeRnie SANDERS, Lamar ALEXANDER - comment.] [Before & after the vote, Representative Chris COLLINS- spanks about reading the bill.] Possible Senate changes to the bill outlined on screen & the people's concerns about their coverage noted.] The lack of CBO scoring of the bill discussed.
(White House: Cecilia Vega) The firing of the first female White House chief usher Angella Reed examined; scenes shown of Reed in the White House. [With ABC, President TRUMP - introduces & praises Reed.] [Deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS- says Reed is no longer employed here.] How the White House is filling the position discussed.
(London: Terry Moran) The election runoff Sunday in France between two candidates, conservative nationalist Marine Le Pen & moderate Emmanuel Macron, previewed; scenes shown of the campaign. [Former President OBAMA - backs Macron.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The uproar over the beating by police officer Steve Shaulis of a Pittsburgh high school student, Que'chawn Wade, featured; surveillance videos shown; details given about two prior cases of use of force against students. [WADE - comments.] [Principal Kevin MURRAY - defends the police.]