This program is 29 minutes long
(Steilacoom, Washington: Hans Nichols) 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. [NTSB OFFICIAL, Sea-Tac Airport operations dir. Mike EHL, NBC aviation analyst Capt. John COX, airlines security expert Jeff PRICE - comment on the incident with the plane & the access issue.] The issue of Russell's mental state noted.
(Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Kelly O'Donnell) The campaigning by the vacationing President Trump, his reaction to charges in a new book by former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault & the New York Congressional seat issue featured; scenes shown of him outside the club with Bikers for Trump. [TRUMP - calls Omarosa a low life.] [Representative Chris COLLINS - says he will remain on the ballot.] Collins's later suspension of his re-election campaign & the Democrats' call for Collins to resign due to insider trading charges & the exploration by Stormy Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti of running in 2020 noted. [AVENATTI - campaigns.] The options about the Collins seat in New York state outlined.
(Studio: Kate Snow) The Omarosa interview on "Meet the Press" noted.
(Charlottesville: Katie Englehardt) The stories of some of the victims of the violence in Charlottesville featured; scenes shown of the car attack last year by James Fields. [Victim Kay WASHINGTON - says she can't pay, work of care for her child.] [Consumer Federation of America Douglas HELLER- says the auto insurance does not cover using a car as a weapon.] [In shadow, counter-protester victim "LISA" - says she fears white supremacists.] [Appeal Charlottesville fund manager Gretchen ALICE - says many victims have ongoing medical needs.]
(Tehran: Ali Arouzi) The impact of US sanctions on a volatile Iran, a country on edge,m examined; scenes shown of protests against the economic tailspin & the government's strict social rule. [Investment consulting firm MANAGER - comments on his client's actions.] The collapse of the nuclear deal & the evaporation of popularity for Iranian Hassaan Rouhani noted.
(No location given: Ron Allen) The stunning victory in Ferguson, Missouri, for a political underdog, county prosecutor Wesley Bell, four years after the police shooting of black man Michael Brown featured; details given about the decision by prosecutor Bob McCullough not to prosecute police officer Darren Wilson for the Brown shooting. [During his campaign, BELL - speaks for diversity.] [Black VOTER - calls for accountability.] Bell's priorities outlined on screen.
(New York: Morgan Radford) The financial problems for the moviepass company whose app offers low-cost subscriptions for moviegoers examined; details given of the Twitter criticism of the company's failures. [Three MOVIEGOERS - complain.] A statement from company head Mitch Lowe about the new strategy quoted. ["Hollywood Reporter" exec. dir. Matthew BELLONI- says moviepass brought in viewers & moviepass has disrupted the industry.]
(No location given: Catie Beck) The story of one rejected man's offer to give his engagement ring to the person with the best romantic story featured; details given from the letter from ring winner Sean. [Romantic Steven CROCKER - says his world flipped upside down & he got 2,000 responses to his offer.] [Engaged, "SEAN" & "NATALIE" - comment on their experience.]