This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: David Kerley) New reports on Boeing 737 Max planes that did not have full safety features installed examined; details given about the missing safety systems & the planned software update. [Retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD- talks about the sensing systems.] [Former NTSB investigator Tom HAUETER- talks about design issues.] The timetable for the software fix discussed.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) What not to expect when the report from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller is released examined; details given from a June 27, 2018, letter from deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein not to disclose certain information about those not charged. [Yesterday, President TRUMP - says he does not mind about the report coming out: it is up to the attorney general.] The likelihood of no more indictments from the special counsel discussed.
(New York: Rob Marciano) The nor-easter storm in the East coast that could bring flooding previewed; weather maps shown.
(Deer Park, Texas: Alex Perez) The concerns about air quality after the chemical plant explosion in Texas featured; scenes shown from the fire; details given about the presence of benzene in the air. [Intercontinental Terminals Co. spokeswoman Alice RICHARDSON- promises to make it right.] [WOMAN - shows the debris.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The indictment of a West Virginia state trooper. Michael Kennedy, for the Nov. 19 beating of a juvenile suspect after a car chase reviewed; video of the beating shown. [West Virginia Governor Jim JUSTICE- calls in inexcusable.]
(Los Angeles: Kayna Whitworth) The allegation American figure skater Mariah Bell cut a fellow skater Lim Eun-soo at the world championships in Japan examined; photos & video of Bell shown. [Bell skate choreographer Adam RIPPON - denies it was intentional.]
(Maputo, Mozambique: Ian Pannell) The impact of a cyclone on Mozambique with flooding featured; scenes shown of flood rescues & local aid efforts & from Zimbabwe & Malawi. The problem of torrential rains discussed.
(Washington: Terry Moran) The banning of assault weapons in the terrorism shooting attack in two mosques examined; map of the mass shootings in the US in 2018 shown; details given about guns & American culture. [Prime Minister Jacenda ARDERN - comments on the ban.] [Father of Parkland shooting victim Joaquin Oliver, Manuel OLIVER- reacts to what New Zealand did.] The minor gun law improvement by President Trump's administration noted.
(Studio: Linsey Davis) The health battle by "Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke after two near-death aneurysms examined; details given from her "New Yorker" interview; aneurysm statistics cited. [Voice of CLARKE - speaks about her brain symptoms.] The warning signs of severe headaches noted.