This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: David Muir) The effect of the earthquake in Washington, DC, featured; scenes shown of people evacuating, damages in Virginia and Baltimore, chaos in New York City. [In Washington, four PEOPLE; New York WOMAN - describe what happened.] [Washington National Cathedral director Steven SCHWAB†- worries about the tower.] The jamming of cell phone lines discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The concerns about the nuclear power plants noted.
(Louisa County, Virginia: Jim Sciutto) The center of the earthquake featured; scenes shown of the damaged Mineral post office and the nearby North Anna nuclear plant that was shut down. [Dominion Power Dan STODDARD†- describes what happened.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Live discussion held with physicist Dr. Michio Kaku† about the earthquake. [In studio, KAKU†- outlines what could happen at the nuclear power plant; comments on the difference betwen West and East coast quakes; notes the East is not prepared for a major earthquake.]
(Tripoli: Jeffrey Kofman) The fall of the Tripoli fortress of Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi as the rebels poured into the compound featured; scenes shown of the rebels celebrating, the compound, a bust of Kadhafi, his golf cart, a building bombed 25 years ago, evening tracer fire. [Two REBELS - say today we are free.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The questions about where Kadhafi's weapons may be noted.
(Malibu, California: Terry Moran) ABC News exclusive interview with 75-year-old country singer Glen Campbell and his wife Kim Wollen†† about his Alzheimer's disease presented; past and recent performance scenes and photos shown. [CAMPBELL - says God gave me a break; states he has not felt his Alzheimer's disease yet; speaks about his music career; sings.] [WOLLEN - says his music is a memory aid.] His final album and tour with three of his children in the band noted.