This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) A hazmat incident in which an envelope with a substance in it affected eleven people, including Marines at military Joint Base Myer in Virginia, examined.
(White House: Cecilia Vega) The downgrading of presidential adviser Jared Kushner's top-secret FBI security clearance thus cutting off his access to classified information examined. [KUSHNER - speaks about the job.] [In the past, President TRUMP - praises Kushner; says White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly will make the decision about Kushner.] [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - backs Kushner.] How other aides will be affected by the security clearance issue discussed.
(Capitol Hill: Pierre Thomas) The testimony from White House communications director Hope Hicks before the House Intelligence Committee about Russian collusion in the election examined; details given about her role in the Trump Tower meeting with Russians. [Dec. 2016, President TRUMP - praises Hicks.] [Representatives Mike QUIGLEY, Peter KING - say she was told by the White House not to answer questions.] The issue of subpoenaing Hicks to answer questions later discussed.
(Studio: David Muir, Rob Marciano) The storm systems forecast discussed; weather maps shown.
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The frustration for Florida students meeting with lawmakers about the lack of action on guns following the Parkland school shooting featured; details given about an existing bill on background checks that uis stalled in the Senate. [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - opposes banning guns.] [Senators Charles SCHUMER, John CORNYN - comment.] [Feb. 24, on Fox, voice of TRUMP - backs raising gun age to 21.] The stance being taken on guns by Florida legislators discussed.
(Lesbos, Greece: Ian Pannell) The nine days of air assault by the forces of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad causing a humanitarian crisis in Syria featured; scenes shown of the refugees from the war trapped in camps on Lesbos, Greece. [Moria Camp dir. Giannis BALPAKIS- comments.]
(Studio: David Muir) Further coverage of Pannell's report on "Nightline" noted.