This program is 29 minutes long
(Nassau, Bahamas: Linsey Davis) The storm in the Caribbean reviewed; scenes shown of winds and rains in the Bahamas; details given about the extent of the threat from this hurricane and of the damage in 1991 from Hurricane Bob. [Voice of astronauts Mike FOSSUM†, Shannon LUCID†- talk about the eye of the storm.] [FEMA administrator Craig FUGATE†- comments.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos, Sam Champion) The storm track reviewed; map of the route up the East coast shown.
(Tripoli: Jeffrey Kofman) The chaos and violence in the battle for Libya featured; scenes shown from Tripoli near leader Muammar el-Kadhafi's compound where snipers fired and reporters ducked, from the hotel where journalists had been held and of a wall painting of Kadhafi riddled by bullets; details given about two underground tunnels and his loot from oil revenues saved for this kind of day. [BBC's Matthew PRICE - says they believed they were protecting us from the rebels.]
(Studio: Richard Besser) The risk of falls for older Americans examined; details given about the causes with CDC statistics of falls cited and about how to prevent falls via exercise. ["Fall Stop, Move Strong" participant Mildred HIRD†- comments on her awareness.] What people can do to reduce the risk of a fall discussed.
(New York and Philadelphia: David Muir) The portrait of hunger across America during the recession presented; Anne E. Casey Foundation and Feeding America statistics on children in poverty cited. [In Arkansas Dawn McKINNON; in Philadelphia, "JAZEER," grandfather Tom LESHURE‡- talk about food.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Tomorrow's segment on Hunger at Home previewed.
(Studio: John Berman) Legendary University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt, who has early onset dementia, featured; details given about the signs of Alzheimer's disease. [For "Washington Post," mother and son Pat and Tyler SUMMITT - talk about her memory problems and having no "pity party."] [UCLA Longevity Center director Gary SMALL†- says you can function in daily life.] [Player Taber SPANI†- talks about Pat.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) How animals sense weather disasters like yesterday's earthquake examined; scenes shown from the National Zoo in Washington, DC; details given about the 2004 Asian tsunami, the '75 quake in China, last year's Eureka quake and animal behavior. [Zoo curator Dr. Brandie SMITH†- says the animals sense an earthquake before it happens.] [At the zoo, KID - comments.]