This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Errol Barnett) The announcement by President Trump that embattled Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will resign under a cloud of suspicion with OMB dir. Mick Mulvaney to replace White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly reported; photos shown; details given about complaints Zinke abused power, including the Whitefish Energy contract to restore power in Puerto Rico. [In 2017, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says Trump asked Zinke to clarify.] Zinke statement quoted. [Feb. 11, MULVANEY - praises the chief of staff.] The Trump-Mulvaney meetings noted. Who may replace Zinke at the Interior Department with four names mentioned discussed.
(Studio: Kenneth Craig) The outcome of th legal challenge to Obamacare medical health insurance with a Texas judge declaring it unconstitutional examined; details given about the ruling by Reed O'Connor in the case brought by Texas attorney general Ken Paxton. [PAXTON - backs the ruling.] Tweet from President Trump on the ruling quoted. [TRUMP - lauds the ruling; promises we will get great health care.] [Legal analyst Jessica LEVINSON- predicts the decision will be appealed to the Supreme Court.] What would happen if the ACA is declared unconstitutional outlined on screen.
(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The outrage at the US-Mexico border over the death of a 7-year-old immigrant girl, Jakelin Caal, featured; scenes shown of protests in El Paso.. [Family SPOKESMAN - reads a statement about their rights under international law.] A statement about her health from the Department of Homeland Security quoted. [White House deputy press secretary Hogan GIDLEY - wants common-sense border laws.] [In Tornillo, Texas, Representative Beto O'ROURKE - says we are turning our backs on these people.]
(Paris: Roxana Saberi) A fifth weekend of violent protests in France by yellow vest demonstrators featured; scenes shown from Paris of police & protesters; details given of the economic promises from President Emmanuel Macron & the morphing of the protests against the high cost of living. [Two PROTESTERS - say we don't believe Macron.] The impact of the demonstrations on the French economy noted.
(Studio: Adriana Diaz) The stabbing murder in the Netherlands of American student Sarah Papenheim, who was killed by her Dutch roommate Joe; Schelling, updated; scenes shown from Rotterdam. [Mother Donee ODEGARD- comments on what her daughter said about her.] [Musician Jellybeean JOHNSON - talks about Sarah.]
(Claviere, on the France-Italy border: Seth Doane) The treacherous journey by migrants from Africa across the Alps to reach France after leaving Italy featured; scenes shown of the migrants avoiding French police in the Alps, reaching a migrant refuge. [Ivory Coast TEEN - comments.]
(Attleboro, Massachusetts: Don Dahler) The story of Attleboro, Massachusetts, Mayor Paul Heroux & his Japanese Wolfdog, Miro, who has terminal cancer, profiled; scenes shown of the two together on a long road trip before she dies. [HEROUX - talks about the dog & their trip.]