This program is 28 minutes long
(Woodward and Enid, Oklahoma: Ginger Zee) The tornado warnings in Kansas and Oklahoma examined; scenes shown of a twister, damages in Norman and forecasters in offices.
(Cartagena, Colombia: Reena Ninan) A US Secret Service scandal in Colombia prior to a visit there by President Obama examined; details given of allegations of drinking and soliciting prostitutes. [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- comments.] ["In the President's Service" author Ronald KESSLER- calls this a scandal.] A Secret Service statement quoted.
(Washington: David Kerley) President Obama's call for Mitt Romney to counter by releasing his income tax returns featured; details given about the "Buffett Rule" for the rich paying income tax with Gallup Poll figures on the issue cited. [Several times, OBAMA - speaks about the "Buffett Rule."]
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Jonathan Karl) How the presidential candidate's father George Romney released his tax returns when running for president in 1968, how Mitt will not release more tax returns beyond this year and the fallout from the issue of Ann Romney never working discussed; ABC viewers quoted. [On NBC, M. ROMNEY - says he disagrees with his father about putting out returns.]
(Studio: David Muir) The Monday ABC News interview with the Romneys and the topic on tomorrow's "This Week" announced.
(New York: T.J. Winick) A reality check on gasoline prices examined; details given of the reasons for the slowing of gas prices; sample prices by area cited. [Two MOTORISTS - react.] [Oil Price Information Service Beth HEINSOHN- comments on the Iran nuclear talks.]
(Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Lisa Stark) The impact of caffeine in coffee on the human brain examined; scenes shown from Wake Forest University where the reporter underwent brain scans before and on caffeine; details given about the chemistry of caffeine. [Wake Forest Baptists Medical Center Dr. Paul LAURIENTI- says blood flow to the brain drops 40 percent on caffeine.]
(New York: Dan Harris) Two new theories on the reasons for the sinking of the Titanic when hitting an iceberg in the ocean examined; details given about the high tides setting off icebergs and that a mirage kept the lookouts from seeing the icebergs with images and "Titanic" film clips shown.
(Studio: David Muir) ABC's airing of a Titanic mini-series noted.