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      Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

      Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is facing busy times. Late this week.. he met with a top North Korean negotiator to discuss prospects of a second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong-un. That came on the heels of a trip to the MidEast to shore up support with allies.. even as ISIS demonstrated, that they are still a threat. Scott: This week, four Americans were killed in Syria. ISIS has claimed responsibility.

      Asbestos Hazard

      Here on Full Measure, we’ve already reported on potentially dangerous asbestos still being used in common products. Today, another asbestos hazard involving our military vets. It turns out the cancer-causing materials are being found in V-A centers exposing veterans, visitors, and on site workers. One whistleblower tells Sharyl what happened when he tried to expose it. Rob DiGregorio is a combat veteran and now an electrician at the V-A Memorial Hospital in Bedford, Massachusetts.

      Tet Offensive

      51 years ago this month.. A battle began in Vietnam that would change the course of that war. The Vietnam war is still impacting many American veterans. Many have returned to the city of Hue, to revisit and remember, the most fierce battle of what became known as the Tet Offensive. Hue in monsoon season. Rain doesn't stop the flow of tourists to the Imperial City, and the citadel that surrounds it.

      Exiting Afghanistan

      We begin with Afghanistan: our longest war in U. S. history. President Trump recently ordered thousands of US troops to be pulled back from Afghanistan and said he’s thinking about withdrawing entirely. The Afghan War has claimed the lives of thousands of US soldiers and wasted billions of our tax dollars. Our newest assessment comes from John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction. When U. S.

      Pulse: South Beach

      As the winter cold of January sets in, we head for warmer weather... to ask people in South Beach, Miami what they think about the state of journalism. Joce Sterman found the assessment of the media... doesn’t match the climate. Ocean Drive in South Beach Miami.. Palm trees and warm breezes.. And a focus that tends to be more on parties, than issues.

      Race for A.I.

      What would we find, if we could look into the future? Will we be living like the Jetsons.. served by machines? Or will we be trying to battle the machines.. like the Terminator? Today there's a new technology race that pits the US against both China and Russia. It’s the race for A. I... artificial intelligence... which many believe will define the century and maybe our survival. Lisa Fletcher reports. It was a defining moment of the 20th century.