Nightly News Full Broadcast - March 21

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21 Mar 202419:05

Summary

TLDRIn this breaking news roundup, an escaped inmate and accomplice are captured in Idaho after a violent crime spree; the Justice Department files a lawsuit against Apple for alleged smartphone market monopolization; a new NTSB report reveals errors that led to an American Airlines plane's brake failure in Dallas; the U.S. calls for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and the release of hostages; and a medical milestone as a pig kidney is successfully transplanted into a human for the first time.

Takeaways

  • 🚨 Two escaped inmates from Idaho, Skylar Meade and Nicholas Umphenour, have been captured after a manhunt that began with a violent ambush on correctional officers.
  • 🔫 The suspects are believed to have killed two people while on the run, with shackles found at one of the homicide scenes.
  • 🏥 The inmates were members of the Aryan Knights, a gang formed in the Idaho prison system in the mid-1990s.
  • 📜 The U.S. Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Apple, accusing the tech giant of monopolizing the smartphone market through restrictive operating systems.
  • 📉 The lawsuit suggests that Apple's dominance has led to less compatibility with competitors' devices, affecting customers negatively.
  • 🛫 An American Airlines plane in Dallas had a brake failure due to improperly reconnected hydraulic brake lines and electrical lines.
  • ✈️ The FAA is inspecting hundreds of Boeing Max planes over concerns of chafed wire bundles that could cause pilots to lose control.
  • 🕊️ The U.S. is increasing pressure on Israel, calling for an immediate ceasefire and the release of all hostages held in Gaza.
  • 🇭🇹 The U.S. is flying trapped Americans out of Haiti on chartered planes amidst the country's ongoing crisis.
  • ❄️ Winter weather alerts are in place for 20 million people across the Midwest and Northeast, with significant snowfall expected.
  • 🔬 In a medical first, doctors have successfully transplanted a genetically modified pig kidney into a human, potentially offering hope for thousands on organ waiting lists.

Q & A

  • What happened with the escaped inmate in Idaho and his accomplice?

    -The escaped inmate Skylar Meade and his accomplice Nicholas Umphenour were arrested after a short car chase. They were involved in a shooting ambush on corrections officers outside a Boise, Idaho hospital, and are suspected of committing two homicides while on the run.

  • What is the Justice Department's lawsuit against Apple?

    -The U.S. Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Apple, accusing the company of monopolizing the smartphone market by restricting its operating system, which they claim hurts customers and violates antitrust laws.

  • What was the cause of the American Airlines plane incident in Dallas?

    -The American Airlines plane landed in Dallas with no brakes because a maintenance team had improperly reconnected and swapped two hydraulic brake lines and electrical lines.

  • What is the U.S.'s stance on the conflict in Gaza?

    -The Biden administration is calling for an immediate ceasefire at the United Nations and the release of all hostages held in Gaza.

  • How is the U.S. assisting Americans trapped in Haiti?

    -The U.S. is flying trapped Americans out on chartered planes due to the escalating chaos in Haiti, which includes daily gun battles on the streets and armed gangs overrunning the capital.

  • What is the significance of the new transplant involving a pig kidney in a human?

    -Doctors have successfully transplanted a genetically modified pig kidney into a human for the first time, marking a potential breakthrough for the thousands of people on transplant waiting lists.

  • What is the new memorial park in Montgomery aimed to honor?

    -The new memorial park in Montgomery is aimed to honor the lives of millions of enslaved Black people and challenge movements to minimize the nation's racial history.

  • What is Medicare's new policy on covering the weight loss drug Wegovy?

    -Medicare will now cover the cost of Wegovy for patients with an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, or other cardiovascular issues, but not if it's only being used for weight management.

  • What is the current situation in Haiti that is prompting the U.S. to fly out its citizens?

    -Haiti is descending further into chaos with the airport in Port-au-Prince shut down, roads closed, daily gun battles on the streets, and armed gangs overrunning the capital, leaving most Americans with no way out.

  • What is the potential impact of the lawsuit against Apple on iPhone users?

    -If the lawsuit is successful, it could hinder Apple's ability to create the kind of technology people expect from them and might lead to Apple making its products more compatible with other technologies. In extreme cases, it could even lead to the breakup of Apple.

  • What did the FAA find as a potential issue with the Boeing 737 Max planes?

    -The FAA found that wiring damage could lead to pilots losing control of the airplane, and they want hundreds of Max planes inspected over three years for chafing wire bundles that could cause this issue.

  • What is the Equal Justice Initiative's goal with the Freedom Memorial Sculpture Park in Montgomery?

    -The Equal Justice Initiative's goal with the Freedom Memorial Sculpture Park is to honor the thousands of people who need a transplant to survive and to provide hope for those on waiting lists, while also aiming to make dialysis obsolete.

Outlines

00:00

🚨 Breaking News: Escaped Inmate and Accomplice Arrested

Authorities have arrested an escaped inmate and his accomplice in Idaho after a manhunt that began with a brazen ambush at a hospital. The suspects, Skylar Meade and Nicholas Umphenour, are accused of killing two people while on the run. Both are members of the Aryan Knights gang, formed in the Idaho prison system in the 1990s. The investigation is ongoing, with a focus on how the coordinated attack and escape were planned.

05:01

📱 Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Apple for Monopoly

The U.S. Justice Department has filed a landmark lawsuit against Apple, accusing the tech giant of monopolizing the smartphone market by restricting its operating system. The lawsuit claims that Apple has maintained its monopoly not by improving its products but by making others worse, particularly in terms of compatibility with Apple devices. The legal battle could result in Apple being required to make its products more compatible with other technologies, and while the department hasn't ruled out breaking up Apple, such a drastic step is unlikely to happen soon.

10:02

✈️ Aviation Mishaps Under Investigation

Two aviation incidents are currently under federal investigation. One involves an American Airlines flight that landed in Dallas with no brakes, caused by improperly reconnected hydraulic brake lines and electrical lines. The other concerns another issue with the Boeing 737 Max, specifically wiring bundles that could cause pilots to lose control of the aircraft. The FAA is focusing on quality control breakdowns at Boeing, following a 2021 incident where pilots momentarily lost control of a Max aircraft.

15:02

🌍 U.S. Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Middle East

The Biden administration has taken a more aggressive stance, calling for an immediate ceasefire at the United Nations and putting forward a U.N. Security Council resolution for the same in Gaza. This marks a significant shift for the U.S., which previously vetoed three ceasefire resolutions. The new resolution conditions a ceasefire on the release of hostages. Meanwhile, the IDF continues its military raid in Gaza, claiming to have killed 140 militants and captured senior Hamas operatives, further straining the already collapsing healthcare system.

🛫 U.S. Evacuates Citizens from Haiti Amid Chaos

As Haiti descends further into chaos, the U.S. has begun flying trapped Americans out on chartered planes. Over a hundred American citizens have arrived in the U.S., but many more remain stranded in Haiti due to the closure of the airport in Port-au-Prince and ongoing violence. Private security contractors are attempting to rescue American citizens, with some describing their experiences as worse than a war zone.

❄️ Winter Weather Alerts and Breakthrough Weight Loss Drugs

Twenty million people are under winter alerts from Montana to Maine as another winter storm approaches, with parts of the Midwest expecting up to a foot of snow in northern New England. On the medical front, Medicare has announced it will cover the cost of Wegovy for patients at increased risk of heart attack, stroke, or other cardiovascular issues, but not for weight management alone. Additionally, doctors in Boston have made medical history by successfully transplanting a genetically modified pig kidney into a living human for the first time.

🏛️ New Memorial Honors Enslaved Americans

A new memorial park is set to open in Montgomery, honoring the lives of millions of enslaved Black people and challenging movements to minimize America's racial history. The Equal Justice Initiative, led by Bryan Stevenson, has created the Freedom Memorial Sculpture Park on the shores of the Alabama River, where the slave trade once flourished. The park includes sculptures, replicas, and laws that codified brutality against slaves, as well as a wall with 122,000 surnames adopted by newly emancipated slaves during the 1870 Census, representing the four million people who were emancipated and recorded at that time.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Escaped Inmate

The term 'Escaped Inmate' refers to a prisoner who has managed to flee from a correctional facility. In the context of the video, it is about an inmate from Idaho who escaped along with an accomplice, leading to a manhunt and subsequent arrest after they allegedly committed more crimes while on the run.

💡Ambush

An ambush is a surprise attack on an unsuspecting target. In the video, the term is used to describe the brazen attack on corrections officers outside a Boise, Idaho hospital, where the inmate was initially held and from where he was broken out.

💡Homicides

Homicides refer to the act of one human killing another. In the video, it is mentioned in connection with the potential crimes committed by the escaped inmate and his accomplice while they were evading capture.

💡Justice Department

The Justice Department is a federal executive department of the U.S. government, responsible for the enforcement of the law and administration of justice. In the video, it is mentioned in relation to a lawsuit against Apple for alleged monopolistic practices in the smartphone market.

💡Monopoly

A monopoly is a market dominance where a single company controls the supply of a product or service, often resulting in higher prices and reduced consumer choice. The video discusses the Justice Department's lawsuit against Apple for allegedly having an illegal smartphone monopoly by restricting its operating system.

💡Aviation Mishaps

Aviation mishaps refer to accidents or incidents involving aircraft. In the video, two such mishaps are under federal investigation: one involving an American Airlines plane that landed with no brakes, and the other concerning potential quality control issues with the Boeing 737 Max 8.

💡Ceasefire

A ceasefire is an agreement between warring parties to stop fighting for a certain time, usually to allow for negotiations or as a step towards a peaceful resolution. In the video, the U.S. is calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and has put forward a U.N. Security Council resolution to this effect.

💡Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for the purposes of forced labor, sexual exploitation, or other forms of modern-day slavery. In the video, it is mentioned in the context of the historical enslavement of millions of Black people in America, which was a form of human trafficking.

💡Transplant

A transplant is a medical procedure in which an organ is removed from one body and placed into another, typically from a donor to a recipient. The video discusses a groundbreaking medical milestone where a pig kidney was successfully transplanted into a human for the first time.

💡Memorial Park

A memorial park is a dedicated space that serves as a tribute to a significant event, group of people, or historical period. In the video, it refers to the opening of a memorial park in Montgomery that honors the lives of millions of enslaved Black people and challenges movements to minimize America's racial history.

💡Critical Race Theory

Critical Race Theory (CRT) is an intellectual framework that examines society and culture as they relate to issues of race, law, and power. In the video, it is mentioned in the context of recent movements to not teach certain aspects of American history, including the history of slavery and racial injustice.

Highlights

The capture of an escaped inmate and his accomplice in Idaho, who may have committed further violence while on the run.

The U.S. Justice Department filing a lawsuit against Apple, accusing the tech giant of having an illegal smartphone monopoly.

A new NTSB report on an American Airlines plane running off the runway in Dallas, with investigators citing brake failure due to human error.

The U.S. increasing pressure on Israel, calling for an immediate ceasefire and the release of all hostages held in Gaza.

Back-to-back spring storms bringing snow from the Midwest to the Northeast.

News involving baseball superstar Shohei Ohtani, with allegations of massive theft and illegal gambling, and the sudden firing of his interpreter.

A medical milestone as, for the first time ever, a kidney from a pig has been transplanted into a human.

The opening of a powerful new memorial reclaiming a site with a painful past, commemorating the enslavement of millions of Black people in America.

The arrest of the Idaho escapees after a short car chase, with no shots fired, following a shootout the previous day that wounded three corrections officers.

Transcripts

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>>> BREAKING NEWS

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>>> BREAKING NEWS

00:09

TONIGHT.

00:09

THE ESCAPED INMATE AND

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HIS ACCOMPLICE IN

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IDAHO NOW CAUGHT, BUT

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NOT BEFORE THEY MAY

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HAVE COMMITTED MORE

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HORRIFYING VIOLENCE.

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THE DANGEROUS

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CONVICTED FELON AND

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THE GUNMAN POLICE SAY

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BROKE HIM OUT OF THE

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HOSPITAL IN A BRAZEN

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AMBUSH BACK IN

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CUSTODY TONIGHT.

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BUT WHILE THEY WERE ON

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THE RUN, POLICE SAY

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THEY MAY HAVE KILLED

00:26

TWO PEOPLE.

00:29

WHAT WE'RE LEARNING.

00:31

>>> ALSO TONIGHT, THE

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BLOCKBUSTER LAWSUIT.

00:34

THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

00:34

ACCUSING APPLE OF

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HAVING AN ILLEGAL

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SMARTPHONE MONOPOLY.

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WHAT IT COULD MEAN FOR

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YOUR iPHONE.

00:38

>>> THE NEW NTSB

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REPORT ON AN AMERICAN

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AIRLINES PLANE RUNNING

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OFF THE RUNWAY IN

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DALLAS.

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THE ERROR

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INVESTIGATORS SAY

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CAUSED THE BRAKES TO

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FAIL.

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>>> THE U.S. TURNING

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UP THE PRESSURE ON

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ISRAEL, CALLING FOR AN

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IMMEDIATE CEASEFIRE

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AND THE RELEASE OF ALL

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HOSTAGES HELD IN GAZA.

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>>> BACK-TO-BACK

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SPRING STORMS BRINGING

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SNOW FROM THE MIDWEST

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TO THE NORTHEAST.

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>>> THE STUNNING NEWS

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INVOLVING BASEBALL

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SUPERSTAR SHOHEI

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OHTANI.

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HIS INTERPRETER

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SUDDENLY FIRED.

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THE ALLEGATIONS OF

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MASSIVE THEFT AND

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ILLEGAL GAMBLING.

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>>> THE MEDICAL

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MILESTONE.

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FOR THE FIRST TIME

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EVER, THE KIDNEY FROM

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A PIG TRANSPLANTED

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INTO A HUMAN.

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>>> AND A POWERFUL NEW

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MEMORIAL.

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RECLAIMING A SITE WITH

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A PAINFUL PAST.

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THE EMOTIONAL JOURNEY

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AND THE JOURNEY I

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MADE, A VERY PERSONAL

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DISCOVERY.

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>> Announcer: THIS IS

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"NBC NIGHTLY NEWS"

01:25

WITH LESTER HOLT.

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>> GOOD EVENING,

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EVERYONE.

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WE START WITH BREAKING

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NEWS TONIGHT.

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THE MANHUNT NOW OVER

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FOR AN ESCAPED IDAHO

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PRISON INMATE AND HIS

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ALLEGED ACCOMPLICE.

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AUTHORITIES SAY BOTH

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MEN WERE ARRESTED THIS

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AFTERNOON AFTER A

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SHORT CAR CHASE.

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NO SHOTS WERE FIRED IN

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CONTRAST TO YESTERDAY,

01:45

WHEN THREE CORRECTIONS

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OFFICERS WERE SHOT AND

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WOUNDED, ONE BY

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APPARENT FRIENDLY FIRE

01:50

DURING THE ESCAPE.

01:52

AND NOW AUTHORITIES

01:53

SAY THEY ARE

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INVESTIGATING TWO

01:56

HOMICIDES THAT THEY

01:56

SAY MAY BE CONNECTED

01:57

TO THE FUGITIVE'S TIME

01:58

ON THE RUN.

01:59

DANA GRIFFIN HAS LATE

02:00

DEVELOPMENTS FOR US.

02:02

DANA, STILL A LOT OF

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QUESTIONS TO BE

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ANSWERED TONIGHT.

02:04

>> ABSOLUTELY, LESTER.

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THESE DANGEROUS

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SUSPECTS WERE ARRESTED

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IN IDAHO WITHOUT

02:11

FURTHER GUNFIRE AFTER

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INVESTIGATORS SAY THEY

02:13

MAY HAVE KILLED TWO

02:14

PEOPLE WHILE ON THE

02:15

LAM.

02:15

THEY MANAGED TO DITCH

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THEIR FIRST GETAWAY

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CAR AND HOP INTO

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ANOTHER.

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INVESTIGATORS NOW

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PIECING TOGETHER THEIR

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MOVEMENTS OVER THE

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LAST DAY AND A HALF.

02:25

TONIGHT, ESCAPED

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INMATE SKYLAR MEADE

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AND ACCOMPLICE

02:28

NICHOLAS UMPHENOUR

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ARRESTED AFTER A

02:31

VEHICLE PURSUIT WITH

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POLICE, NEARLY 36

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HOURS AFTER THEIR

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BRAZEN SHOOTING AMBUSH

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ON CORRECTIONS

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OFFICERS OUTSIDE A

02:37

BOISE, IDAHO HOSPITAL.

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INVESTIGATORS SAY THE

02:41

MEN MAY NOW BE TIED TO

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TWO HOMICIDES DURING

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THEIR TIME ON THE RUN.

02:45

>> WE DID FIND THE

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SHACKLES AT THE SCENE

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OF ONE OF THE

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HOMICIDES.

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THE MOTIVE AND WHY

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THEY DID WHAT THEY

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DID, I DON'T KNOW.

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>> Reporter: THE MEN

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TAKEN INTO CUSTODY IN

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TWIN FALLS, IDAHO,

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NEARLY 130 MILES FROM

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THE HOSPITAL WHERE

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THREE OFFICERS WERE

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SHOT DURING THE

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INITIAL ESCAPE.

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>> THE PATIENT HAD A

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DRIVER WHO WAS A

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SHOOTER.

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>> Reporter:

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AUTHORITIES SAY BOTH

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MEN ARE MEMBERS OF THE

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GANG ARYAN KNIGHTS.

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ACCORDING TO THE DOJ,

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THE ARYAN KNIGHTS WAS

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FORMED IN THE MID 1990

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IN THE IDAHO PRISON

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SYSTEM.

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THEY OFTEN USE AK TO

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IDENTIFY THEMSELVES,

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SIMILAR TO THE TATTOOS

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ON MEADE'S STOMACH.

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THE GANG HAS ALSO USED

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VIOLENCE TO TARGET

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INMATES OF COLOR.

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>> THE FACT THEY DID

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BASICALLY A MOVIE-TYPE

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SHOOTOUT TO FREE HIM

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FROM PRISON JUST

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REALLY BOLD, AND IT

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MEANS THAT THEY'D BEEN

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PLANNING IT FOR A

03:35

WHILE.

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>> Reporter:

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AUTHORITIES NOW

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TURNING THEIR

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INVESTIGATION TO HOW

03:42

THEY PULLED OFF THE

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COORDINATED ATTACK AND

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ESCAPE.

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>> WITH NEAR

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CERTAINTY, THIS WAS

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NOT AN ACCIDENT.

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THIS WAS A PLANNED

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EVENT.

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WE'RE CHANNELING EVERY

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RESOURCE WE HAVE IN TO

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TRYING TO UNDERSTAND

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HOW THEY WENT ABOUT

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PLANNING IT.

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>> Reporter: A

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SOPHISTICATED CRIMINAL

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PLOT COMING TO AN END

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WITH THESE JAILHOUSE

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FRIENDS HEADING BACK

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BEHIND BARS.

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DANA GRIFFIN, NBC

03:59

NEWS.

04:00

>>> TONIGHT, THE U.S.

04:01

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT IS

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LOOKING TO TAKE A BITE

04:03

OUT OF APPLE, FILING A

04:04

LAWSUIT AGAINST THE

04:04

COMPUTER GIANT,

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ACCUSING IT OF

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MONOPOLIZING THE

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SMARTPHONE MARKET BY

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RESTRICTING ITS

04:14

OPERATING SYSTEM.

04:14

LAURA JARRETT NOW WITH

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THE LEGAL BATTLE.

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>> Reporter: ATTORNEY

04:18

GENERAL MERRICK

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GARLAND ANNOUNCING A

04:19

LANDMARK LAWSUIT

04:20

TODAY, ACCUSING TECH

04:22

GIANT APPLE OF

04:24

LEVERAGING ITS

04:24

DOMINANCE OVER THE

04:25

SMARTPHONE MARKET TO

04:26

BOX OUT COMPETITORS IN

04:27

A WAY THAT HURTS

04:28

CUSTOMERS.

04:28

>> APPLE HAS

04:29

CONSOLIDATED ITS

04:30

MONOPOLY POWER NOT BY

04:31

MAKING ITS OWN

04:33

PRODUCTS BETTER, BUT

04:34

BY MAKING OTHER

04:34

PRODUCTS WORSE.

04:36

CONSUMERS SHOULD NOT

04:37

HAVE TO PAY HIGHER

04:39

PRICES BECAUSE

04:41

COMPANIES BREAK THE

04:42

LAW.

04:42

>> Reporter: THE

04:43

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT

04:44

JOINING MORE THAN A

04:44

DOZEN STATES IN NEARLY

04:45

A 90-PAGE COMPLAINT,

04:46

ACCUSING THE COMPANY

04:47

OF VIOLATING ANTITRUST

04:47

LAWS THROUGH THE

04:51

iPHONE, APPLE WATCH,

04:52

AND APPLE PAY.

04:53

DOJ SAYING THE TECH

04:53

BEHEMOTH, WHICH HAS

04:54

MORE THAN A BILLION

04:55

ACTIVE iPHONES

05:00

WORLDWIDE DELIBERATELY

05:01

MAKES PRODUCTS LESS

05:02

COMPATIBLE WITH ITS

05:03

COMPETITORS' DEVICES.

05:03

>> AS ANY iPHONE USER

05:04

WHO HAS EVER SEEN A

05:05

GREEN TEXT MESSAGE OR

05:06

RECEIVED A TINY,

05:06

GRAINY VIDEO CAN

05:11

ATTEST.

05:12

>> Reporter: GARLAND

05:13

SPECIFICALLY CALLING

05:14

OUT APPLE CEO TIM

05:14

COOK, REFERENCING THIS

05:15

EXCHANGE COOK HAD BACK

05:16

IN 2022 WHEN HE WAS

05:19

ASKED IF THE COMPANY

05:19

WOULD FIX THE PROBLEMS

05:20

ASSOCIATED WITH

05:21

TEXTING VIDEO BETWEEN

05:22

iPHONES AND ANDROIDS.

05:25

>> NOT TO MAKE IT

05:26

PERSONAL, BUT I CAN'T

05:27

SEND MY MOM CERTAIN

05:28

VIDEOS AND SHE CAN'T

05:29

SEND ME CERTAIN

05:31

VIDEOS.

05:32

>> YOU BUY YOUR MOM AN

05:33

iPHONE.

05:34

>> Reporter: APPLE

05:34

TODAY CALLING THE

05:35

LAWSUIT WRONG ON THE

05:36

FACTS AND THE LAW,

05:37

SAYING IT THREATENS

05:38

WHO WE ARE AND THE

05:38

PRINCIPLES THAT SET

05:39

APPLE PRODUCTS APART

05:40

IN FIERCELY

05:41

COMPETITIVE MARKETS.

05:42

IF SUCCESSFUL, IT

05:43

WOULD HINDER OUR

05:44

ABILITY TO CREATE THE

05:46

KIND OF TECHNOLOGY

05:47

PEOPLE EXPECT FROM

05:47

APPLE.

05:49

THE LAWSUIT THE

05:50

CULMINATION OF YEARS

05:51

OF REGULATORY SCRUTINY

05:52

OF APPLE'S WILDLY

05:53

POPULAR PRODUCTS,

05:54

FUELING ITS GROWTH

05:55

INTO ONE OF THE MOST

05:56

VALUABLE COMPANIES IN

05:58

THE WORLD.

05:59

>> PEOPLE LOVE BUYING

06:00

THEIR iPHONES.

06:00

PEOPLE ENJOY THEIR

06:01

iPHONES.

06:01

IT IS THE MOST POPULAR

06:02

SMARTPHONE BRAND HERE

06:03

IN THE UNITED STATES.

06:08

>> SO LAURA, WHAT DOES

06:09

THE DOJ WANT APPLE DO

06:10

TO REMEDY THIS?

06:10

>> LESTER, THE

06:11

GOVERNMENT WANTS APPLE

06:12

TO MAKE ITS PRODUCTS

06:13

MORE COMPATIBLE WITH

06:13

OTHER TECHNOLOGY.

06:15

BUT THE DEPARTMENT

06:16

HASN'T RULED OUT EVEN

06:17

BREAKING UP APPLE IF

06:18

NECESSARY, A DRASTIC

06:18

STEP THAT HASN'T

06:20

HAPPENED SINCE BELL

06:21

SYSTEMS BACK IN 1982.

06:23

BUT LESTER, THIS IS

06:24

LIKELY TO BE A LEGAL

06:29

FIGHT THAT GOES ON FOR

06:29

YEARS.

06:30

>> LAURA, THANK YOU.

06:31

>>> WE WANT THE TURN

06:32

NOW TWO AVIATION

06:32

MISHAPS UNDER FEDERAL

06:33

INVESTIGATION.

06:34

ONE INVOLVES AN

06:35

AMERICAN FLIGHT THAT

06:35

LANDED IN DALLAS WITH

06:36

NO BRAKES.

06:42

THE OTHER INVOLVES

06:43

ANOTHER PROBLEM WITH

06:43

THE BOEING MAX 8.

06:44

TOM COSTELLO JOINS US.

06:45

LET'S START WITH WHAT

06:46

HAPPENED IN DALLAS,

06:46

TOM.

06:47

>> YEAH, THIS HAPPENED

06:48

BACK IN FEBRUARY AS

06:48

THE AMERICAN AIRLINES

06:49

737 LANDED ON THE D-FW

06:50

RUNWAY, THE PILOT

06:51

FOUND THEY HAD NO

06:51

BRAKES.

06:56

THEY SET THEIR THRUST

06:56

REVERSERS TO MAXIMUM

06:57

AS THE CONTROL TOWER

06:58

STARTED FIRE RESCUE

06:59

JUST IN CASE.

06:59

THE PLANE ROLLED OFF

07:00

THE END OF THE RUNWAY

07:01

INTO AN OVERRUN AREA,

07:02

NOBODY INJURED.

07:03

THE NTSB FOUND A

07:04

MAINTENANCE TEAM HAD

07:05

IMPROPERLY RECONNECTED

07:08

AND SWAPPED TWO

07:09

HYDRAULIC BRAKE LINES

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AND ELECTRICAL LINES.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES

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TELLS US THE SAFETY OF

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OUR CUSTOMERS AND TEAM

07:15

MEMBERS IS OUR TOP

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PRIORITY, AND WE ARE

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FULLY COOPERATING WITH

07:20

THE NTSB.

07:20

LESTER?

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>> AND TOM, THE SECOND

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INVESTIGATION COULD

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SUGGEST ANOTHER ISSUE

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WITH THE BOEING 737

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MAX AND QUALITY

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CONTROL?

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>> YEAH, THAT'S RIGHT.

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THE FAA WANTS HUNDREDS

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OF MAX PLANES

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INSPECTED OVER THREE

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YEARS FOR CHAFING WIRE

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BUNDLES THAT COULD

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CAUSE THE PILOTS TO

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LOSE CONTROL.

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NBCNEWS.COM WAS THE

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FIRST TO REPORT THIS

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PROBLEM.

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IT DATES BACK TO 2021

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WHEN PILOTS

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MOMENTARILY LOST

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CONTROL OF A MAX THAT

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SUDDENLY ROLLED TO THE

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RIGHT.

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THE FAA WARNS WIRING

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DAMAGE COULD LEAD TO

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LOSS OF CONTROL OF THE