This program is 29 minutes long
(West Palm Beach: David Wright) President Trump's claim of vindication in the Russia investigation with the release of the Nunes memo featured; Trump tweet quoted. [Representative Devin NUNES- says they used opposition research funded by Hillary Clinton's campaign to get a warrant.] [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - says this is separate from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation.] [On Tuesday, in State of the Union, TRUMP - calls for removing federal employees undermining the public trust.] [Asked about firing deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, TRUMP - says you figure that one out.] How Rosenstein appointed Mueller & is the only one who can fire him noted. The not-classified Democratic memo written by Representative Kerry Nadler discussed.
(Studio: Tom Llamas) Further coverage of the memo on "This Week" noted.
(New York: Adrienne Bankert) The arrest of Douglas Haig in the Las Vegas shooting massacre for selling regulated tracer ammunition to shooter Stephen Paddock examined. [HAIG - says he wishes he knew about Paddock, who did not look suspicious.] [Haig attorney Marc VICTOR- speaks about the tragedy.] [Shooting SURVIVOR - comments.]
(New York: Zachary Kiesch) The violent confrontation on a Georgia road between a knife-wielding suspect Brett Bush & a police officer after a car chase featured; dashcam video of the chase, shooting & police CPR on the man shot shown.
(Washington: Stephanie Ramos) The explanation about the missile scare false alarm in Hawaii last month from the man who pushed the button presented; details given about this occurring during an exercise; scenes shown of Hawaiians fleeing. [With face blurred, MAN - says he did not know it was an exercise.]
(Los Angeles: Marci Gonzalez) The FAA investigation of the close call between a Frontier Airlines passenger plane & a drone examined; video shown; details given about past drone incidents & an FAA study on possible damage from a drone. [Retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD- analyzes the drone video.]
(New York: Rebecca Jarvis) The plunge in the stock market this week & the tale of two US economies examined; statistics cited. [Two Arizona VOTERS - speculate about the economy.] [Grant Thornton economist Diane SWONK- says it is all about wages, wages, wages, wages.]
(New York: Rob Marciano) The winter storm forecast presented; weather & temperature maps shown.
(Studio: Erielle Reshef) The sexual misconduct charges brought by actress Uma Thurman against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein featured; details given about reports from Maureen Dowd about the incidents with Thurman & a response from Weinstein quoted.
(Minneapolis, Minnesota Eva Pilgrim) The fans of the Philadelphia Eagles, who will play in tomorrow's Super Bowl against the New England Patriots, featured; scenes shown of some of the rabid fans. [Eagles fans Steve ANNUCI, Jim & Sean MULHERN- comment on the experience.]