This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Kelly O'Donnell) The coming first indictment
(s) in the Russia investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller & President Trump's blaming the Democrats for a witchhunt featured; Trump tweets & White House lawyer Ty Cobb quoted; details given about former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort & former national security director Michael Flynn. [Representative Adam SCHIFF, New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE, Representative Trey GOWDY, former US attorney Preet BASHARA- comment on the indictment process.]
(San Juan: Gabe Gutierrez) The moves in Puerto Rico to cancel the controversial contract with the Montana company Whitefish Energy examined; details given about the contract to restore power on the island & the ties to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. [Governor Ricardo ROSSELLO - says he has asked to revoke the contract.] [Whitefish CEO Andy TECHMANSKI - calls it ia witchhunt; say he contacted to them through LinkedIn.] [FEMA acting regional administration Michael BYRNE- says we did not review the contract.] [PREPA'a Ricardo RAMOS - comments.] A written statement from Whitefish Energy quoted. The status of power restoration updated.
(Lindenhurst, Long Island, New York: Morgan Radford) The stormy weather along the East coast in the area where superstorm Sandy hit five years ago reviewed; scenes shown from rainy Long Island. [US Coast Guard Station Fire Island Shawn CRAHEN- comments on the storm.] [Several PEOPLE- comment.] [Lindenhurst fire dept. David COLLINS- comments on Sandy; shows his rescue vehicle.] [The Weather Channel meteorologist Rich JOHNSON- sites wind coming.]
(Studio: Kate Snow, Dylan Dreyer) The weather forecast in the East with cold weather in the South discussed; weather maps shown.
(Vidalia, Georgia: New York: Ron Allen) The confusing start of open enrollment for Obamacare featured; scenes shown from rural Vidalia, Georgia; details given about outreach fund cuts. [In Georgia, Ursula SPENCE- comments on Obamacare now.] [President TRUMP - calls Obamacare a wreck.] [Georgians Ricardo & Marina QUEVARAN- worry about their health care.] [Business owner Alan RICE - worries about the costs of Obamacare.]
(Studio: Stephanie Ruhle) The issue of sexual harassment in the workplace examined; details given of abuse of power by public figures with statistics cited. [Waitress Erica TOMOSKI- cites being harassed at work.] [EEOC acting chairwoman Victoria LIPNIC- says it is pervasive everyday everywhere.] [In 1991, Anita HILL, Supreme Court nominee Clarence THOMAS - offer differing opinions on harassment.] What companies big & small can do about the problem with harassment training discussed.
(Plattsburgh, Virginia: Catie Beck) The story of news reporter Chris Hurst, who is running for house delegate in the state of Virginia against incumbent Joseph Yost, featured; scenes shown of Hurst going door-to-door; details given about the death of Hurst girlfriend reporter Alison Parker, who was murdered on live television. [HURST - comments on serving the people.] [YOST - responds.] [Alison's mother Barbara PARKER- backs Chris.]
(Laingsburg, Michigan: Kristen Dahlgren) The story about a high school band in Laingsburg, Michigan, in which blind clarinetist Autumn Michels is aided in the marching formations by senior Rachael Steffens, featured; scenes shown from the football field. [MICHELS, STEFFENS, Autumn's MOTHER - talk about working together.]