This program is 29 minutes long
(Mew Rochelle, New York: Linsey Davis) The state of emergency with another nor'easter featured; scenes shown of sliding trucks, storm damage in Massachusetts, shoring up seawalls, a tree falling into power lines. [WCBV-TV reporter Sera CONGI- calls the storm a double whammy.] [Marshfield town administrator Michael MARESCO, resident Tom CRAWFORD- comment.] The power restoration work discussed.
(Studio: David Muir; New York: Rob Marciano) The forecast for this nor'easter discussed; weather maps shown.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The departure of Cohn a week after aide Hope Hicks announced she planned to leave examined. [At joint news conference the Prime Minister of Sweden, TRUMP - says they all want to come to the White House to work.] [TRUMP - says we will counteract Russia; adds the Russians had no impact on the vote.] [National intelligence director Dan COATS- says we have not countered.] [NSA dir. Adm Michael ROGERS- says we are not doing enough.] Trump tweet on the West Wing quoted. The significance of the Cohn resignation discussed.
(Washington: David Kerley) The hazmat evacuations after a CSX freight train crashed into a truck carrying hydrochloric acid featured; scenes shown from the crash site in Centerville with audio played. [Voice of witness Charles FIDEL- cites the smell.] [Washington County public safety dir. Jeffrey YATES- cites shelter in place.] Rail crossing accident statistics cited.
(London: Terry Moran) The security video of what happened in Britain to Russian spy Sergei Skripal, who was likely poisoned with his daughter, examined; details recalled of the polonium poisoning of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006.; details given about the spy swap that brought Skripal to Britain. [Eyewitness Jamie PAYNE- describes what happened to them.] [Wiltsihre police chief constable Kier PRITCHARD- comments on their illnesses.]
(Los Angeles: Matt Gutman) The suggestion of nuclear talks between the US & North Korea examined; scenes shown of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un with the South Korean officials; details given about Kim's nuclear testing & of US skepticism about a deal. [President TRUMP - says we can go either path.]
(Studio: Kayna Whitworth) The first accusations against US Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar from a male gymnast, Jacob Moore, examined; details given about what happened to Moore while under treatment for shoulder pain. [MOORE - says he trusted Nassar.] [At Nassar's sentencing, sister Kamerin MOORE- describes what happened to her.] [Attorney Ven JOHNSON- comments.] Why jacob Moore spoke out discussed.
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The resignation of disgraced Nashville, Tennessee, Mayor Megan Barry reviewed; scenes shown from court where she pled guilty after her affair with security detail head Rob Forrest. [BARRY - praises her city.] [Earlier, in response to repeated press questions, BARRY - says the affair is over.] The state's investigation of sexual harassment in the workplace in this case noted.