This program is 29 minutes long
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The resignation of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders after three-&-a-half years featured; details given about what she said after the firing of former FBI director James Comey & her clashes with the White House press corps; photos shown of her with Trump at his foreign meetings. [President TRUMP, SANDERS - talk about her leaving.] [May 10, 2017, SANDERS - says the FBI ranK & file lost confidence in Comey.] The criticism of special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller for what she said about Comey noted. The findings of a federal watchdog group that Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act discussed.
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The response to the ABC News interview with President Trump in which he said he would take dirt from a foreign power in the 2020 presidential election campaign examined. [Last night, TRUMP - says if somebody called with information he would take it: it's called "oppo research" & that the FBI director is wrong.] [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI - says we want a methodical approach to a path....] [On MSNBC, presidential candidate Senator Kamala HARRIS - criticizes the president for sending a signal to foreign powers.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says "no" to foreign help.] Possible Congressional action to prevent foreign interference in our elections discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The mine attack in the Gulf of Oman on two oil tankers during the Japanese visit to Iran examined; scenes shown of the smoking oil tankers, the rescued crew & of the Japanese ship attacked. [Secretary of State Mike POMPEO - blames Iran.] [Retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD@- says elements in Iran oppose US-Iran bargaining.] How the attacks have escalated US-Iran tensions discussed.
(Studio: Linsey Davis) The arrest of actor Cuba Gooding in New York City of charges of 'forcible touching" in a bar examined; scenes shown of him in handcuffs & from the bar. [GOODING - says there was a tape....] [Gooding attorney Mark HELLER@- denies culpability.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The protests in Memphis after the police shooting of an armed black man, Brandon Webber@, featured; scenes shown of protesters throwing rocks at police; details given about Webber's crimes [Tennessee bureau of investigation Keli McALISTER@- reads a statement about the armed suspect, who was killed.]
(New York: Rob Marciano) The heavy rain with thunderstorms in the East & Southeast forecast reviewed; weather maps shown.
(Los Angeles: Matt Gutman) The corruption case against Representative Duncan Hunter & his wife, Margaret, featured; details given about the specific charges of spending to support their lifestyle & of Margaret's guilty plea. [On Fox, Duncan HUNTER - says she handled their finances.] Hunter's allegations the case against him is politically motivated noted.
(Los Angeles: Adrienne Bankert) The privacy issue claims by parents that Amazon's Alexa is recording what children say examined; details given about how data remains on the Alexa device. [Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood dir. Josh GOLIN@- expresses concern about Amazon keeping the information.] Amazon's security explanation noted.
(Paris: David Muir) The restoration work on the Notre Dame Cathedral two months after the fire featured; scenes shown of work on the roof, the fire, the tour inside with a French general showing was burned what was saved.