This program is 29 minutes long
(West Palm Beach: Kelly O'Donnell) The first public statement to reporters from Senator Al Franken & from Representative John Conyers about sexual misconduct charges featured; details given about charges against Franken from Leeann Tweeden, the sexual harassment charges against Conyers that led to a settlement & the sex charges against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. [FRANKEN - speaks about winning back trust & crossing the line with women; states he is going back to work.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI - calls Conyers an icon.] [On "This Week," Senator Tim SCOTT - says Moore should move on.] A tweet from President Trump critical of Moore's opponent Doug Jones quoted & his indirect endorsement of Moore noted.
(Studio: Kate Snow; Washington: Mark Murray) The Alabama Senate race & what happens if Moore wins, the Congressional issues of a tax reform plan & a spending bill & the sexual misconduct stories discussed.
(Bloomington, Minnesota: Jo Ling Kent) The store & online sales this holiday weekend & likely Cyber Monday sales figures examined; statistics cited. A statement from Kohl's CEO about sales quoted. [Macy's CEO Jeff GENNETTE- backs sales.] ["Business Insider" editor Lauren Lyons COLE- offers online buying advice.] How to get the best deals discussed.
(Orlando: Kerry Sanders) A road rage shooting in Florida by Kwanza Donald, who fired on a red car on Saturday, reviewed; highway photos shown with dispatch audio played; road rage incidents statistics cited; details given about the shooting of Bianca Robinson & an Arkansas three-year-old boy & a motorcyclist kicking a car with photos & video shown.
(Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Keir Simmons) The unprecedented changes in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the direction of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman examined; scenes shown of women mixing with men with the country still having a deep conservative side. [Law student Souad al-DKER- reacts to women being allowed to drive.] ["Time" entertainment dir. Obada AWAD- cites changes.] [Saudi foreign minister Adel al-JUBEIR- talks about transformative changes.] [Two Saudi WOMEN - recalls the radio, no TV, no songs, no pictures era & hope now.]
(Los Angeles: Steve Patterson) The tobacco industry ads admitting the risks of smoking as per court orders after a Justice Department racketeering lawsuit stemming back to 1999 examined; stark cigarette danger ads shown. [American Cancer Society Action Network Mary ROUVELAS- calls it a watershed moment for the industry.] [In 1999, Attorney General Janet RENO - criticizes the tobacco industry.] The timeframe for running the mandated ads noted.
(Trenton, New Jersey: Anne Thompson) The role of a company called TerraCycle in recycling items once though to be non-recyclable featured; scenes shown from the Maryland shore of cleanup efforts, of trash recycled into new products; details given about how the system works. [Two Maryland ENVIRONMENTALISTS - comment.] [TerraCycle's Tom SKAKY, WOMAN - show recycled products.]
(Eden Prairie, Minnesota: Boyd Hooper) The story of Jack Carlson, who rebuilds customized bikes for kids in need, presented; scenes shown from his garage & the streets of Eden Prairie. [WOMAN, CARLSON, little Carly's MOM - talk bikes.]