This program is 29 minutes long
(Harrisburg, Illinois: Chris Bury) The impact of tornadoes featured; scenes shown from the town of Harrisburg, Illinois, and across other locales. [Harrisburg RESIDENT, Mayor Eric GREGG- comment on this monster storm.] [The Weather Channel's Bernie RAYNO- comment on the severe weather.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Harveyville, Kentucky: Clayton Sandell) The tornado in Harveyville, Kentucky, featured; scenes shown from inside a damaged house. [Resident Debbie ROBERTS- describes what happened in her house.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Map of areas under tornado watches shown.
(Ohio: David Muir) Romney's challenge of connecting with the Republican voting base featured; scenes shown from Columbus, Ohio. [Romney supporter Greg DAVIS - tells Romney he has a heart.] [ROMNEY - talks about his wife and his unusual religion.] ABC News/"Washington Post" poll findings on Romney's unfavorable rating cited. [ABC's Cokie ROBERTS - says Romney needs a personality!: voters want a gut check.]
(White House: Bob Woodruff) An exclusive interview held with President Obama before the White House dinner for returning military veterans; scenes shown from the room where veterans from Iraq will be thanked by the president. [OBAMA - says this dinner is a celebration of a difficult mission; talks about the US relationship with Afghanistan and the Koran burning.]
(Bolverde, Texas: Dan Harris) The new uproar over the Church of Scientology's Debbie Cook, a former leader now a vocal critic of the church and leader David Miscavige, examined; details given about her critical e-mail that caused her to be sued and her court testimony about how she was treated by the church. [COOK - says the church needs to be confronted; explains why Miscavige ordered her slapped and had her kept in confinement in "the hole" for seven weeks to confess her sins.] A statement from the church quoted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" noted.
(Studio: Andrea Canning) The medical push to view fainting as a warning about the heart examined; scenes of people fainting and diagram of POTS Syndrome shown; details given aboput the propensity of astronauts for fainting. [Chronic fainter Kathy CHANDLER- comments on her approach.] [Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Fred JAEGER- says astronauts are prone to fainting because their heart sizes decrease.] NASA's anti-gravity exercise program for astronauts and fainting patients noted.
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The boy band of the Monkees featured; scenes shown of the group and the TV shows that celebrated Davy. [JONES - talks about his audience.]