This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Tony Dokoupil) A massive late winter snowstorm moving East featured; scenes shown of snow, car wrecks in South Dakota, Missouri, snow in New York City. [New York Governor Andrew CUOMO - cites extreme weather.]
(Studio: David Begnaud) Report introduced.
(Studio: Jeff Beradelli) The snowfall forecast for the East reviewed; weather, snow & temperature maps shown.
(White House: Errol Barnett) The Democrats' launch of an investigation of President Trump & his inner circle, including Donald Trump, Jr. & Trump organization CFO Allen Weisselberg, featured. [On ABC, Representative Jerry NADLER - cites the investigation of obstruction.] [In CPAC speech, TRUMP - speaks about the witch hunt; responds there is no collusion so let's inspect his finances.] [On NBC, Republican Representative Jim JORDAN - says there is no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign & Russia.] The opposition form Senator Rand Paul to Trump's executive action for border wall money discussed,
(Los Angeles: Ileana Diaz) The Sacramento police shooting of an unarmed black man, Stephon Clark, last March updated; night scenes shown of the chase & shooting & later protests. [District attorney Anne Marie SCHUBERT- explains why there are no charges.] [Clark's mother SeQuette CLARK- says they executed him after a vandalism call.] [Clark fiancee Salena MANNI- speaks out.]
(Northern Syria: Charlie D'Agata) The CBS interview with ISIS bride, Hoda Muthana, who wants to return to the US, presented; details given about her role in ISIS propaganda. [MUTHANA - says she is an American citizen with rights allowing her to come back; cites the cost for being smuggled out.] How a federal court will consider her case noted.
(West Beach,Florida: Omar Villafanco) The ongoing questions about sex trafficking in massage parlors raised by the arrest of new England Patriots owner Robert Kraft's arrent in a prostitution sting in Florida examined; details given about Kraft's pleas denying solicitation. [Palm Beach County state prosecutor David ARONBERG - says it is human trafficking.] [Defense attorney Richards KIBBE- talks about the massage experiences of his clients.] [WOMAN - describes the trafficking aspect of the business.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) The use of wireless monitors to monitor premature babies featured; scenes of premature baby Olivia McDonough in Chicago's Lurie Children's Hospital & diagrams of how the wireless sensors process works shown. [Mother Casey McDONOUGH - shows her baby's cords.] [Researchers John ROGERS, Dr. Amy PALLER- talk about the technology verses the wires.] The importance of physical touch for premature babies & the doctor's personal experience with the wired system discussed.
(No location given: Sharon Alfonsi) The technology gender gap featured; details given about the "middle school cliff" in which girls lose interest in the STEM subjects. [Code.org Hadi PARTOVI- offers views on the reasons for the gender gap in computer science.] The goal of code.org to teach everyone about computers even in kindergarten detailed.
(Washington: Nikole Killion) A Pakistani restaurant, the Sakina Halal Grill, in Washington, DC, that provides those who cannot pay with a free meal visited; scenes shown from inside the restaurant. [Owner Kazi MANNAN- says we honor all guests.] [Patrons MAN, Natalie GARASIMOV- comment on the experience.]