This program is 29 minutes long
(Woodward, Oklahoma: Dean Reynolds) The threat of more tornadoes in the nation's midsection featured; scenes shown of damages in Woodward, Oklahoma, a Kansas twister and damages in Wichita. [School assistant principal and daughter Kyle and Jessica REYNOLDS - show their wrecked home.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor; Miami: Jeff Berardelli) How the weekend tornadoes were as bad as predicted but missed population centers and when the tornado season peaks in the Southeast discussed; weather map shown.
(Kabul: Allen Pizzey) A new spring attack by the Taliban in Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of the fighting in the streets on Kabul. [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON- talks about the adversary and casualties.] A statement from ISAF commander Gen. John Allen praising the Afghan response quoted.
(Damascus: Elizabeth Palmer) The situation in Syria reviewed; scenes shown of the U.N. monitoring contingent and the shelling in Homs; details given of concerns about an all-out civil war with President Bashir al-Assad. [Kofi Annan's spokesman Ahmad FAWZI- talks about the U.N. presence reducing tensions.] [On "Face the Nation," Senator John McCAIN - outlines the need to supply the Syrian opposition.]
(Cartagena, Colombia: Bill Plante) The media sideshow over the prostitution scandal around the US Secret Service in Colombia prior to President Obama's summit visit updated. [Representative Darrell ISSA - raises questions about the Secret Service.] [Former Secret Service director Ralph BASHAM- talks about the Secret Service as being behind the scenes, so this incident is embarrassing.]
(Beijing: Barry Petersen) The celebrations in North Korea honoring the 100th birthday anniversary of founder Kim Il Sung featured; scenes shown of a long-range missile, dictator Kim Jung Un and parades; details given about what is known about the new Kim, about the North Korea-China relationship and the continuing isolation of North Korea.
(New York: Tony Guida) The changing face of baseball featured; scenes shown from a sandlot in Brooklyn; details given about foreign-born players, the decline in African-American players and the RBI program to revive baseball in the inner city. [At the sandlot, Dr. Quentin REDDIN- talks about the kids playing ball.] [New York Yankees player Curtis GRANDERSON - says Robinson opened the door for other minority players.] [New York Yankees player C.C. SABATHIA - talks about inner city options.] [Consultant Sharon ROBINSON - talks about the pipeline for baseball.]
(Addergoul, Ireland: Mark Phillips) The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic featured; scenes shown from the ceremonies commemorating the ship and from Addergoole, Ireland, which had 14 people on the Titanic bound for America. [Survivor's granddaughter Mary Ann JOHNSON†, survivor's descendant Kevin DURKIN†- comment on the experience.]