This program is 29 minutes long
(Capitol Hill: Kasie Hunt) The ongoing negotiations about the shutdown with some options with low trust between the political parties & the president reviewed. [Senator Mitch McCONNELL, Representative Nancy PELOSI. Speaker of the House Paul RYAN, Senator Charles SCHUMER, OMB dir. Mick MULVANEY, Senator Lamar ALEXANDER, two WOMEN - offer views on the shutdown.] How the Dreamers is the key issue for Democrats discussed.
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart; White House: Hallie Jackson) What President Trump has been doing today about plans for the government shutdown with a possible short-term deal, how the administration wants to tie the DACA deal to other immigration issues discussed.
(New York: Morgan Radford) The coast-to-coast women's march a year after the march on President Trump's inauguration featured; scenes shown of the demonstrators in many cities like Chicago & New York City. [Marcher Whoppi GOLDBERG, activists Carmen PEREZ, Linda SARSOUR, marcher Kelly FOWLER - comment on the background to the marches.] [FOWLER - explains deciding to run for office in Virginia.] Trump's tweet on the march quoted.
(North Korea: Lester Holt) The changing conversation in North Korea just before the Winter Olympic Games while continuing its nuclear program featured; photo shown of a recent North-South Korea meeting.
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) The announcement from the International Olympic Committee allowing North Korean athletes to compete in the Olympic Games under a unified Korean flag reported.
(Los Angeles: Matt Bradley) A report that musician Tom Petty died from an accidental opioid drug overdose that included fentanyl reviewed; performance video shown.
(London: Lucy Kafanov) Britain's appointment of a minister for loneliness examined; population statistics cited; details given about the Silver Line charity. [Silver Line dir. Alan WALSH- talks about the 7-day, 24-hour phone service.] [84-year-old Marian LANGLEY - talks about the telephone voice.]
(Studio: John Torres) New treatment for a heart condition called abdominal aortic aneurysm examined; details given about why this is a ticking time bomb & how the Mayo Clinic handles the personalized procedures with medical images shown. [Heart patient Gina BERG - comments on her condition.] [Mayo Clinic Dr. Gustavo ODERICH- comments on the problem.]
(Syracuse, New York: Kristin Dahlgren) The start of urban sketcher clubs around the world featured; scenes shown from a club in Syracuse, New York, with sample sketches. [Sketch artist Bill ELKINS- talks about sketching.] [Artists Cathy WHAERING, Jake COBBS - comment.]