This program is 29 minutes long
(Seattle: Clayton Sandell) The theft of a Horizon Air plane in Seattle by baggage handler Richard Russell that was then flown away featured; scenes shown of the flight & crash with tower-pilot audio played. The FBI being in charge of the investigation discussed.
(Studio: Whit Johnson; studio: Stephen Ganyard) The flight by a ground service employee in a suicide plot & how procedures can be reviewed discussed,
(Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Tara Palmeri) The call from President Trump for racial unity on the anniversary of the unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, & charges of racism from Omarosa Manigault, who was fired from the White House last year, featured; Trump tweet quoted; details given about the White House response to her book excerpted by the "Washington Post." [Last year, TRUMP - criticizes bigotry on many sides & there is blame on both sides.] [MANIGAULT - says he wants to start a race war.] [TRUMP - calls Omarosa a low life.] Omarosa's changing story discussed.
(Studio: Whit Johnson) Further coverage of the Trump story on "This Week" noted.
(Charlottesville, Virginia: Eva Pilgrim) The security preparations in Charlottesville, Virginia, on the first anniversary of the violence featured; scenes shown of arrests, last year's clashes with Unite the Right. [Unity the Right organizer Jason KESSLER - talks about the situation for white people in the US & Europe; compares his message to that of civil rights acivists.] [Victim Heather Heyer's mother Susan BRO - comments.]
(Lake Elsinore, California: Marcus Moore) The new wildfires in California featured; scenes shown from Lake Elsinore of the fire set by an arsonist & the Carr fire. [Resident Williams COLLINS - comments.] [two EVACUEES- comment.]
(Studio: Adrienne Bankert) The San Francisco jury verdict against Monsanto's Roundup herbicide in the case brought by school groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson, who has terminal cancer, examined. [Plaintiff JOHNSON - reacts.] A statement from Monsanto's vice president Scott Partridge defending the herbicide quoted.
(New York: Erielle Reshef) The outrage over the handcuffing last April of a 10-year-old autistic school boy, Thomas Brown, for bad behavior examined; scenes shown of the boy in school in Denton, Texas; details given from the school district's statement.] [FATHER, mother Emily BROWN- react.]
(No location given: John Donvan) One girl's food & drink stand to raise money for a breast cancer charity shown. [Daughter Carrot, mother Lisa - talk about cancer & making a difference.]