Outside of the District Court Building of Washington D.C., James Hoffa, activist and President of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, is escorted through a large crowd of photographers and news broadcasters to begin his eight year prison sentence. Next, Hoffa arrives in handcuffs at Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary in Central Pennsylvania. MS of news broadcasters pointing their cameras and microphones toward prison gates. In the next newsreel, NASA investigatiors determine the cause of the fatal flash fire that killed astronauts Roger B. Chaffee, Virgil I. Grissom, and Edward H. White, during a launch rehersal test aboard the Apollo I spacecraft at Cape Kennedy Airforce Station. LS of investigators crouching down and inspecting materials inside of the spacecraft. In the next newsreel, Republican James Meredith, African American Civil Rights figure, is interviewed by several news broadcasters during his run for election of the Congressional seat in Harlem against Democrat Clayton Powell. Powell and Meredith shake hands for photographers. The next newreel covers demonstrations in South Vietnam protesting Viet Cong terror attacks. Thousands of people wear conical hats, march, and hold signs directed at U.S. Senators J. William Fulbright and Robert Kennedy, President Charles de Gaulle urging for peace talks.