This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: David Wright) The battle over repealing/replacing Obamacare & President Trump's changing stance on Russian hacking of the election examined; details given about the threat against Republican Representative Dean Heller; photos of five Republicans opposed & four Republicans concerned about the Senate bill & protesters shown; Trump's tweets about health care & Russian meddling quoted. [On Fox on Sunday, TRUMP - says he wants a bill with heart; states President Obama did nothing about Russia.] [Feb. 10, TRUMP - call Russia fake news.] [Many times in campaign, TRUMP - says the system is rigged.] Trump's possible meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Germany at the G-20 discussed.
(Studio: Tom Llamas) Further coverage on "This Week" mentioned.
(London: Ron Claiborne) The cyber attack on the British government aimed at gaining access to Parliament users e-mails featured; MP Henry Smith quoted; details given from the "London Times" report Russian hackers have been selling e-mail addresses of government officials. [Two MEN - call hacking e-mail serious & aimed at political disruption.]
(Los Angeles: Marci Gonzalez) The desperate rescue effort in China following a landslide that buried a village featured; scenes shown from the mountain side site.
(Studio: Rob Marciano) The damages from severe storms & torrential rains in the Northeast reviewed; scenes shown of a tornado in New Jersey, rain in Pennsylvania, wreckage in Missouri, rain in Michigan. [Pennsylvania WOMAN - comments.] The weather forecast with heat in the Southwest discussed; temperature map shown.
(Upper Saucon Township, Pennsylvania: Stephanie Ramos) An armed standoff in Pennsylvania with two men featured; scenes shown from Allentown with police audio played.
(New York: Adrienne Bankert) The arrest of TSA officer Alexander Johnson for stealing during a security screening at the Orlando, Florida, airport reviewed; details given about the 2012 ABC report on TSA theft.
(New York: Eva Pilgrim) The heroic action by a four-year-old Cleveland girl who made a 911 call that saved her mother's life reviewed; 911 audio played; scenes shown afterwards. [Cleveland 911 center commander Debra CAVETT- explains finding the calling address.]