This program is 15 minutes long
(White House: Tara Palmeri) The resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen due to her strained relationship with President Trump with Kevin McAleenan as acting secretary reviewed.
(Queen Elizabeth National Park, Mbarara, Uganda: Ian Pannell) Breaking news on the freeing of American tourist, Kimberly Endicott, along with her guide Jean-Paul Mininge Remezo, who had been kidnapped for ransom in Uganda while on a safari drive, featured; photos of the two & from Queen Elizabeth National Park shown; details given about the negotiations to secure their release with a statement from Uganda police quoted. The issue of whether or not a ransom was paid discussed.
(Los Angeles: Maggie Rulli) The survival story of two people trapped in their car by live wires from power poles in Seattle on Friday featured; scenes shown of the trapped car & rescue workers freeing them. [Survivors Tom & Linda COOK, WITNESS -describe what happened.]
(Summerville, South Carolina: Zachary Kiesch) The quest for answers from the family of 10-year-old Raniya Wright, who died after a classroom fight at Forest Hills Elementary in South Carolina, on March 25, featured; photos of Raniya shown. [In interview, mother & grandfather Ashley & Ernie WRIGHT- say they have no answers.]
(Studio: Tom Llamas) Further coverage of the story on "Good Morning America" noted.