This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The bombshell resignation of Secretary of Defense Gen. James MattiS a day after President Trump announced the withdrawal of US troops from Syria because the war with ISIS has been won featured; details given of the backlash about the Trump decision & the letter from Mattis about our alliances. [TRUMP - says we won & the troops are coming back.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says ISIS has not been defeated.] [Oct. 14, TRUMP - suggests Mattis is sort of a Democrat.] Trump tweet quoted. The Mattis resignation letter, how the situation got intolerable for Mattis & how Trump is considering pulling troops out of Afghanistan discussed.
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The possibility of a government shutdown with President Trump now saying he will not sign a spending bill without border wall financing after a conservative revolt examined. [TRUMP - says we need the wall.] [On Fox, several REPORTERS - criticize Trump's position.] [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - says he will not sign the bill due to border security.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI - says wall funding is a non-starter.] How border wall funding does not have support & a shutdown will come from Trump discussed.
(Orlando, Florida: Victor Oquendo) The holiday storm systems featured; scenes shown from Manatee, & Orlando, Florida, of tornado damage, rain in Florida. [Three PEOPLE - comment on Florida weather conditions.]
(Studio: David Muir; Ft. Lee, New Jersey: Ginger Zee) The storm track with heavy rain & winds in the East discussed; weather maps shown.
(London Gatwick Airport: James Longman) The shutdown of a major airport in Britain due to a drone scare at Gatwick featured; scenes shown of security measures, inside the terminal, simulated drone damage. The possibility of shooting down of the drone discussed.
(Florissant, Colorado: Clayton Sandell) The mystery of the missing Colorado woman, Kelsey Berreth, last seen Thanksgiving Day, updated; details given about the police focus on fiance Patrick Frazee; scenes shown from Frazee's property that was searched.
(Studio: Linsey Davis) The status of the sexual assault case against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein updated; scenes shown of him leaving court; details given about charges brought against him by three women. [Weinstein attorney Benjamin BRAFMAN- says Weinstein will be exonerated.] [Actress Amber TAMBLYN- says the case was not dismissed.] The multiple civil lawsuits against him noted.
(Chicago: Alex Perez) The 911 call to police from two frightened children, Eric & Oneda Francisco, after their Alabama home was broken into last May featured; 911 call played. [Oneda FRANCISCO - thanks the police.]