This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Sam Champion) The snowstorm in the West featured; scenes from icy California highways, tornadoes, snowy roads in Kansas, Tulsa's snowy airport and more snow in the Midwest shown. The major winter storm system discussed; weather maps shown.
(Pretoria, South Africa: Bazi Kanani) The return to court of South African paralympian runner Oscar Pistorius, who is charged with murdering his girlfriend/model Reeva Steenkamp, featured; virtual view of the story he claims about the shooting shown. [John Jay College of Criminal Justice Lawrence KOBILINSKY- cites the evidence.] [Uncle Arnold PISTORIUS- says Oscar will survive.]
(Tehran: David Muir) An ABC News look inside Iran, which may be developing nuclear weapons, presented; scenes shown from inside a train, the stores in Tehran with skyrocketing prices due to sanctions, the closed US embassy. [Two IRANIANS - comment.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The guilty plea from former Representative Jesse Jackson on charges of misusing campaign money for personal gain examined; scenes shown from outside court. [JACKSON - apologizes.]
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) The credit card fraud called "cramming," in which small charges are added to the credit card bill examined; details given about these fake fees. ["Consumer Reports" Mandy WALKER- says consumers don't spot it on the bill.] [Victim Susan EPLEY - explains the charges.]
(Studio: Josh Elliott) The return of Robin Roberts to "Good Morning America" after a bone marrow transplant reviewed; scenes shown from the show set and from her road to recovery. [Last June, ROBERTS - talks about her disease.] [Today, ROBERTS - says it is like riding a bike.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A "20/20" interview with Roberts announced.
(New York: John Schriffen) 11-year-old basketball phenom Julian Newman profiled; scenes shown of Julian on the basketball court. [NEWMAN - comments.]