This program is 29 minutes long
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The standoff over the secret Republican memo written by the staff of Representative Devin Nunes about the FBI's political bias in the Russian investigation pertaining to a warrant for Carter Page examined. [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - says we need to get to the bottom of this.] [Representative Adam SCHIFF- says political interests have been placed above national interest.] [Representative Mike CONAWAY- comments on the Democrat memo.] [NUNES - offers no comment.] The Republican position on the Democrats' memo while Trump wants the Republican memo released discussed.
(White House: Cecilia Vega) Trump's speech previewed; details given about what he told anchor Muir quoted; White House photos highlighting the themes of his speech shown. [TRUMP - talks about the speech.] The crafting of the speech with key policy advisers & the Democratic response from Representative Joseph Kennedy discussed.
(Washington: David Muir) ABC News coverage of the State of the Union address outlined on screen.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) An ABC News report on President Trump insider Mark Corallo, who abruptly left the team in July & why special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller wants to talk to him, examined; details given about the Trump Tower meeting involving Donald Trump Jr. & Russians to get dirt of Hillary Clinton with author Michael Wolff quoted about Corallo in his book "Fire & Fury." The negotiations for Mueller's team to interview Corallo about obstruction of justice discussed.
(CDC, Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The fight against the flu epidemic with the shortage of anti-viral drug Tamiflu featured; photo shown of young victim Kevin Baynes. [In Chicago, Tasha Leah BLACK - says no one has the medicine.] [In South Carolina, Surfside Pharmacy Daniel BUNDRICK- talks about the drug shortage.] [Mother Samantha BAYNES- comments.] [Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital Dr. Hany ATALLAH- says we are full.]
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The view that the false missile alarm in Hawaii about an attack by North Korea was thought to be real by the worker who set off a panic examined; scenes shown from Hawaii; details given about what actually happened during an "exercise." [Investigating officer retired Brig. Gen. Bruce OLIVEIRA- says the worker froze.] The delay in reversing the false warning discussed.