This program is 29 minutes long
(Hartford, Connecticut: T.J. Winick) The impact of the snow on the region featured; scenes shown from Connecticut and New Jersey of snow, downed trees and power lines; details given about school closings. [Connecticut Light and Power Frank POROT†- outlines the worst-case scenario for power outages.] The stranding of a JetBlue flight and an Amtrak train noted; details given of about the new passenger bill of rights. [Voice of passenger John TROMBADORE†- complains.] [WOMAN, parents Kathleen and Chuck RICHARDS†- react to the snow.]
(Studio: David Muir, Jeff Smith) The snowstorm and what it means for the East coast winter discussed; snowfall map shown.
(Studio: David Muir) The occupy Wall Street protesters in New York City in the snow shown. [PROTESTER - comments.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The campaigns of Herman Cain and Mitt Romney featured; details given of Romney's flip-flopping. [CAIN - says his message is connecting.] [White House advisor David PLOUFFE†- criticizes Romney.] [On "This Week," Representative Michele BACHMANN - says we focus on the primaries.] [ABC's George WILL - outlines Romney's problems.] The conservatives' worries about the party settling on Romney discussed.
(Bagram Air Field: Jake Tapper) The Taliban's deadly attacks in Kabul examined; statement from ISAF commander Gen. John Allen about the Taliban quoted.
(Studio: Ron Claiborne) A new technique for fighting chronic back pain featured; reporter's MRI images of disc problems shown; details given about a German treatment that blocks pain receptors. [Golfer Fred COUPLES - comments.] [German physician for orthopaedics and back pain Dr. Peter WEHLING†- cites the response rate for the treatment.] The reporter's plans to try the Dusseldorf treatment option discussed.
(Portland, Oregon: Neil karlinsky) A sting in Portland, Oregon, against Craigslist ads featuring stolen merchandise featured; details given about how the police operation against the thieves work and how two parents went after a baby stroller thief. [Craigslist seller "ALFIE" - comments.]
(New York: Bill Blakemore) The mystery of a new movie, "Anonymous," that questions whether William Shakespeare wrote the plays attributed to him examined; film clips shown; details given about the evidence. [Columbia University Shakespeare scholar James SHAPIRO†- says there is no evidence linking Edward de Vere to the plays.] [Film director Roland EMMERICH††- says Shakespeare was a fraud.]