This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The threat from President Trump to revoke more security clearances beyond former CIA director John Brennan & Trump's backing down from holding a giant military parade examined; details given from the response from past CIA directors with the rebuke in the "Washington Posr" from former Army Gen. William McRaven quoted. [TRUMP - says he has given Brennan a bigger venue.] The response from 60 former CIA officials quoted & discussed.
(Alexandria, Virginia: Pierre Thomas) The jury deliberations in the trial of Paul Manafort for financial crimes featured; details given about the jury's questions in this complicated case, the prosecution's case with counsel Greg Andres quoted. [President TRUMP - calls this a sad day for the country; says he does not talk about pardons.] The word from Judge T.S. Ellis he has received threats discussed.
(Studio: David Muir; New York: Rob Marciano) The storm threat forecast discussed; weather maps shown.
(Frederick, Colorado: Clayton Sandell) The confession in Colorado by Christopher Watts to the murder of his wife, Shanann & two daughters, Bella & Celeste, featured; details given of the timetable of events & the likely whereabouts of the bodies after their marriage troubles; scenes shown from the courtroom & the Watts house in Frederick. [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT - analyzes Watts's body language.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The new developments in the "Stand Your Ground" Case in Florida in which a white man Michael Drejka killed a black man, Markies McGlothton, over a parking spot at a convenience store examined; 911 call from girlfriend Britany Jacobs played; scenes shown of the shooting; details given about the law & the incident. [Black MAN - suggests Drejka was in a racial situation.]
(New York: Whit Johnson) A dramatic rescue in Florida of a young girl locked in a hot car featured; scenes shown of her with Seminole County deputy Bill Dunn, who raced her to the ER. [DUNN - talks about the girl & his reaction.] Two other examples of hot car children recounted.
(Los Angeles: Kayna Whitworth) The case in Washington state over a girl, Taylor Smith, who pushed another, Jordan Holgerson, from a 60-foot bridge into the water examined; scenes shown of the incident. [For "Good Morning America," SMITH - talks about the push; apologizes.] [HOLGERSON - comments.]