This program is 29 minutes long
(Harrisburg, Illinois: Dean Reynolds) The impact of a tornado on one small town featured; scenes shown from of Harrisburg of the debris. [Homeowners Tammy RISELY, WOMAN - describe what happened as it hit after the sirens went off.] [Mayor Eric GREGG- says we will rebuild.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Branson, Missouri: Anna Werner) The impact of the tornado on the resort town of Branson, Missouri, featured; scenes shown of wreckage; details given about the new radar warning system. [Homeowners Greg LEFEBVRE, Marian KLINE- describe what happened.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The tornadoes so far this year noted.
(Washington: John Dickerson) How things look in the political campaign after Romney's squeaker win in Michigan with Super Tuesday coming up with Ohio being a key swing state reviewed.
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The retirement of Maine Senator Olympia Snowe due to the political bickering in Congress examined. [In interview, SNOWE - says Congress should be a consensus-building institution; comments on the money in politics and how we should be united, not red vs. blue; notes she had little company as a Republican moderate.]
(New York: Jim Axelrod) The resignation of James Murdoch as the head of Rupert Murdoch's newspaper due to the hacking scandal examined; details given about the hacking into the cell phone of young Milly Dowling, who was already dead and into celebrities' phones. [Last year, in Parliament, MURDOCH - testifies.] [Police investigator Sue AKERS- says there was a culture of illegal payments.] [British media analyst Steve HEWLETT- says Murdoch is either a knave or a fool.] The possibility this investigation could spread to the US noted.
(Denver, Colorado: David Martin) The story of Iraqi war veteran Casey Owens, who lost both legs from a bomb, updated; scenes shown of Owens over the years and with his new wheelchair. [OWENS - comments on his life, his brain injury that inhibited school activities, not realizing what he had gone through, his love of skiing and his drinking.]