Three Things You Need to Know on February 28th

February 28, 2019

President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen is wrapping up three days of testimony on Capitol Hill today.  After an explosive public hearing Wednesday before the House Oversight Committee, Cohen today meets behind closed doors with the House Intelligence Committee.

President Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is over without reaching a deal to end North Korea's nuclear weapons program. The summit ended two hours early, with no word on why. The president is now aboard Air Force One on his way back to Washington. 

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are issuing a warning over what it calls "New Duck Disease."  It's a bacterial infection recently found in dead ducks and geese in the Denver metro area.  Officials say it primarily affects waterfowl, but can also spread to other birds.  Local park managers say the public should not make any contact with dead ducks or geese, and pets should be kept away as well out of precaution.