This program is 28 minutes long
(Chicago: Sam Champion) The cold and snow of winter featured; scenes shown from Chicago, of a diagram of the weather patterns bringing the cold/snow and of last year's snowstorm. [WOMAN - comments.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Hickory, North Carolina: Yunji de Nies) winter tornadoes in the South featured; scenes shown from Hickory, North Carolina, of destroyed homes. [Survivors Eddie and Rhonda LANE - describe what happened.]
(Jackson: Steve Osunsami) The firestorm over the pardons by outgoing Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour of four murderers and others who had worked at the governor's mansion examined; details given about murderer David Gatlin. [Victim's sister - criticizes the governor.] [Attorney Mark MAYFIELD- says this will tarnish Haley.] A written statement from Barbour quoted.
(Pentagon: Martha Raddatz) The identification of four Marines as members of the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines, based at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, examined; photos shown of the elite scout snipers who urinated on the dead bodies. [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON  - calls for accountability.]
(New York: Terry Moran) The "Mormon moment" in America with Mitt Romney running for president and a TV and a Broadway show about Mormon life examined; statistics cited. [In interview, Mormon leader David BRUCKNER- explains how Mormons are Christians; states there is a quest to bring more in.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The dangerous message being sent by thin female fashion models examined; photo shown; details given about the changes from the supermodels of the 1970s; statistics cited. ["PLUS Model" magazine editor Madeline FIGUEROA-JONES- comments on real life and fashion.] [Older supermodel Beverly JOHNSON - recalls her dress size then.]
(Philadelphia: Claire Shipman) The issue of sleeplessness among women examined; scenes shown from the University of Pennsylvania sleep lab; details given about cognitive sleep therapy and the Australian research on extreme sleep deprivation. [Problem sleepers Monique McLAUGHLIN, Deborah HAMILTON- talk about sleep.] [Upenn Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program's Michael PERLIS- talks about sleep and pills.]
(Brentwood, New York: Dan Harris) The amazing achievement for 17-year-old Samantha Garvey, a semi-finalist in the Intel National Science Competition despite being homeless, featured. [GARVEY - talks about the excitement of mussels and crabs; notes her family is living in a homeless shelter.]