This program is 29 minutes long
(Dallas: David Begnaud) The failing health of former first lady Barbara Bush examined; scenes shown from her life with both Presidents Bush, husband & son. [BUSH - speaks about reading & politics.]
(Pentagon: David Martin) The missile attack on Syria's chemical weapons facilities reviewed; scenes shown of missiles flying, the damages. [On "Face the Nation," US Ambassador to U.N. Nikki HALEY - says we set their chemical weapons program back.] President Trump's "mission accomplished" tweet quoted. [On ABC, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says we have made gains against ISIS & we have to contain Iran.] Missile strikes & the mission in Syria noted.
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Report introduced.
(Damascus: Seth Doane) A look inside Syria after the missile strike presented; scenes shown from the Douma site of the April 7 chemical weapons attack that will be inspected, of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad on state TV, defiance in Damascus; details given about how ISIS Still controls part of Damascus.
(White House: Mola Lenghi) The tweet attack form President Trump on former FBI director James Comey, whose memoirs are about to be released, & about the investigation of his attorney Michael Cohen featured; Trump tweet quoted. [On ABC, COMEY - says he expected Hillary Clinton to beat Trump, so he had to speak out abbot the e-mails.] [On "Face the Nation," Senator Tim KAINE - says Comey blundered.] [On "This Week," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says Trump has done nothing wrong.] The court case involving Trump, Cohen & Stormy Daniels noted.
(Studio: Meg Oliver) The controversial arrest in Philadelphia of two black men at a Starbucks restaurant examined; scenes shown of the protests outside the store & the men in handcuffs. [Starbucks vice president Camille HYMES- reacts.] [Lawyer Lauren WIMMER- explains what happened at the store.] [Philadelphia police commissioner Richard ROSS- defends the arrest.] A statement of apology from Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson quoted.
(Upper Marlborough, Maryland: Chip Reid) A new center in Maryland for the treatment of invisible emotional wounds suffered by firefighters featured; scenes shown from the IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment & Recovery for firefighters with PTSD; details given about PTSD treatment. [Former firefighter Scott RUSSELL - describes what happened in an accident that led him to consider suicide.] [IAFF medical director Dr. Abby MORRIS- says our first responders are on the domestic front lines.] [IAFF president Harold SJAKEBURGER5- comments.]
(Las Vegas: Vladimir Duthiers) The emotional return to Las Vegas for country singer Jason Aldean, who was performing last October when a gunman killed 58 people, featured; scenes shown from a rehearsal [ALDEAN - talks about the memories of Vegas, his bond with those who were there, a healing moment, his new album.]
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) The ACM Awards show on CBS noted.
(Los Angeles: Jamie Yuccas) The move up for minor league basketball player Andre Ingram to the Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA featured; game scenes shown. [INGRAM - recounts being called up, the support from his wife, being a "nice guy."]
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) Ingram's three-day pay for the NBA noted.