This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The shake-up at the White House with the resignation of White House press secretary Sean Spicer examined; "Saturday Night Lie" parodies of Spicer shown; details given about new White House communication director Anthony Scaramucci. [Nov. 21, Jan. 23, March 20, SPICER - talks about the inauguration audience; promises to be honest; challenges reporter.] [Trump adviser Kellyanne CONWAY - says Spicer gave "alternative facts."] [SCARAMUCCI - reacts to having called President Trump a hack in 2015.] How this decision was made by the president himself discussed.
(White House: Cecilia Vega) The questions raised as to whether President Trump would pardon members of his family or maybe himself in the Russian investigation led by former FBI director Robert Mueller with Trump attacking Mueller & his team for conflicts of interest examined; Trump in the "New York Times" quoted. [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says the president has pardon powers.] The Monday meeting of Jared Kushner with the Senate committee discussed.
(Cocoa, Florida; Victor Oquendo) The outrage over a video out of Florida taken by teens who watched a man, Jamel Dunn, drown in a pond featured; scenes shown of the video shot by the laughing teens; details given about the lack of laws on not helping someone in distress. [Cocoa police dept. Chief Mike CANTALOUPE- comments on what happened.] [Victim's sister Simone McINTOSH- reacts to what happened.]
(Los Angeles & Lovelock, Nevada: Matt Gutman) What O.J. Simpson will do after his parole from a Nevada prison featured; details given about his wish to live in Florida near his children. [Nevada dept. of corrections Brooke KEAST- worries about Simpson.] [At hearings, SIMPSON - says he has led a "conflict-free life."]
(London: James Longman) The international legal battle in Britain over the fate of "Baby Charlie" Gard, who is on life support due to a genetic disease, examined; details given about the specific issues & the role of Dr. Michio Hirano in offering experimental treatment. [Mother Connie YATES - comments.]
(New York: Linzie Janis) The murder-for-hire plot that is sending Dalia Dippolito to prison when caught in a hitman sting operation to kill her husband Michael reviewed; scenes shown from 2009; details given about her three trials.