This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Cecilia Vega) The firestorm over the FBI response to what White House has said about staff secretary Rob Porter, who resigned over domestic abuse as claimed by his two former wives, examined; photos shown. [Deputy White House press secretary Raj SHAH, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - state the background check was ongoing.] [At hearings, FBI director Christopher WRAY- says the FBI submitted multiple reports on Porter.] [Today, SANDERS - blames the White House Personnel Security Office on processing the information.] What White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly said in support of Porter & what he told the "Wall Street Journal" about the process quoted. Trump shown not responding the reporter's question about the ex-wives. [SANDERS - says he supports any violence victims.] [Director of National Intelligence Dan COATS- comments.] The issue of whyt so many staffers are on temporary clearance discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The government hearings on Russian meddling in the 2018 elections examined; details given about what the Russians are doing. [Director of National Intelligence Dan COATS- says the US is under attack: that this is real.] [CIA director Mike POMPEO - comments on the election cycle.] [Senator Richard BURR- talks about electronic searches.] [In 2017, President TRUMP - says it could be other countries....] [Senator Angus KING - says the president denies it exists.] How no single government agency is in charge of responding to the Russian threat discussed.
(Los Angeles: Kayna Whitworth) The images of daring rescue attempts for mountain climbers stranded on Mt. Hood in Oregon with a snowstorm coming in featured; scenes shown. [CLIMBER - talks about conditions.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The tearful courtroom showdown in Florida in the case of the 2013 murder by Donald Smith of 8-year-old Cherish Perrywinkle featured; scenes of the testimony in court from medical examiner Dr. Valerie Rao & mother Rayne Perrywinkle & of store surveillance video shown.
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The investigation of the high travel bills from EPA administrator Scott Pruitt examined; travel cost statistics cited; details given about the firing of HHS Secretary Tom Price over travel. [Senator John KENNEDY- suggests flying coach.] Pruitt's security concerns discussed.
(PyeongChang, South Korea: Matt Gutman) American achievements at the Winter Olympic Games reviewed; scenes & photos shown of snowboarder Chloe Kim, luger Emily Sweeney crashing, the North Korea cheerleaders. [KIM - comments on her father.] North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sister's message to the president of South Korea noted.
(Martin County, Florida; Victor Oquendo) The incident in Florida in which Joseph Cooper claimed he lost control of his car's gas pedal featured; 911 call played. [Fellsmee police Sgt. Scott NEWSOM- describes what happened.] A statement from BMW about the plausibility of Cooper's problem noted.
(New York: Linzie Janis) Tonight's Westminster kennel club dog show previewed; scenes shown of dogs on the green carpet & prepping for show..