This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Meg Oliver) 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 hostage negotiations & ransom from Wild Frontiers. [Andrea GLASGOW- talks about her independence.] [California TOURIST, local OFFICIAL - comment.] The questions about paying ransoms for Americans traveling abroad noted.
(White House: Errol Barnett) The resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen after her dealings with the immigration issues reviewed; scenes shown of Trump & Nielsen recently at the border. [On Friday, TRUMP - says our country is full.] [March 6, NIELSEN - speaks about the border crisis.]
(Studio: Seth Berardelli) The weather forecast for the South with a blizzard in the Midwest presented; weather maps shown.
(Tel Aviv: Seth Doane) The elections in Israel that is seen as a referendum on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who plans to champign on annexing the Palestinian land in the West Bank, featured; scenes shown from an Israeli settlement; details given about Netanyahu's relationship with President Trump & the issues of the Golan Heights & Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. [Israeli WOMAN - says it is our right to live here.] [Second WOMAN - says it is good to have President Trump helping Israel.]
(Studio: Tony Dokoupil) The charges from embattled lawyer Michael Avenatti that Duke college basketball player Zion Williamson is being paid by Nike shoes examined; details given about his claims & evidence, including payments to Zion's mother, Sharonda Simpson, with statements from Duke & Nike quoted. [On "CBS This Morning," AVENATTI - says Nike funnels payments to amateur players to get them to go to "Nike colleges"; denies extortion]
(New York: Jon LaPook) The changing position of outgoing FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb on e-cigarettes examined; statistics on the increase of e-cigarette use by high schools students cited. [GOTTLIEB - says they will help addicted smokers; reacts to the usage data; states he has had no pusnback from the White House about plans to act.] Gottlieb's plans to return to the American Enterprise Inst. after leaving the FDA noted.
(No location given: Bill Whitaker) AN excerpt from the undersea interview held with hedge fund titan Ray Dalio presented; scenes shown from the depths of the Caribbean Sea. [DALIO - offers views on his interest in ocean exploration rather than space exploration; shows the sharks.]
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) The full report on Dalio on "60 Minutes" noted.
(Kingman, Arizona: Jamie Yuccas) The record-tying litter of 19 puppies for a Great Dane featured; scenes shown from Arizona. [Kingman Animal Hospital surgeon Erika ANGONE, HELPERS - talk puppies.]