This program is 28 minutes long
(Rome: Chris Cuomo) New information about the action of the captain on the night of the crash of the Costa Concordia featured; audio of Capt. Francesco Schettino and a Coast Guard official, who is critical of the captain, played and quoted. [Passengers Karen KOIS, Lynn KAELING- call the captain a coward.] [Two crew MEMBERS - comment.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Porto Santo Stefano, Italy: Lama Hasan) The search and rescue efforts by divers searching on the ship featured; scenes shown of the ship on its side and the divers blasting their way in. [Coast Guard cmdr. Cosimo NICASTRO- says we may find other people.] [Missing Gerald and Barbara Heil's FRIEND - comments.] Concern the ship is slipping into deeper water noted.
(Columbia, South Carolina: Jonathan Karl) The confirmation from Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney about his income taxes featured; tax statistics cited. [ROMNEY - says it is close to the 15 percent because it is investment income; comments on releasing his taxes in April.] [Former Speaker of the House Newt GINGRICH - reacts to what Romney said about his taxes.] Romney's speech income discussed.
(Seattle: Neal Karlinsky) The gathering snowstorm in the Pacific Northwest featured; scenes shown of snow in Seattle, which can grind to a halt in bad weather. [DRIVER - comments.] [Seattle EOC director Grant TIETJE- cites the challenge.] [KOMO-TV meteorologist Paul DEANNO- says there could be a shutdown.]
(Studio: Josh Elliott) The health scare for chef Paula Deen, the queen of comfort food, who has Type 2 diabetes, examined; scenes shown of Deen cooking. [On "The Chew," DEEN - says diabetes is not a death sentence.] The criticism of Deen by fellow chef Anthony Bourdain quoted. Her education Website shown. How Deen plans to make major changes to her media empire discussed.
(Moffett Field, California: David Wright) An emotional ceremony in which a combat medal was awarded to black Steward Carl Clark, a living veteran of World War II, featured; photos of his ship the USS Aaron Ward shown. [In uniform, CLARK - explains the job of steward; recounts what happened on the ship.]