This program is 28 minutes long
(Minneapolis: Ginger Zee) This snowstorm after a winter of snow featured; various snow scenes and weather and snowfall maps shown.
(Doha, Qatar: Martha Raddatz) Sharp words from the US about Syria and Iran and its nuclear program reviewed. [Vice President Joe BIDEN - says President Obama is not bluffing.]
(Rome: David Wright) The imposter from Corpus Dei among the cardinals at the Vatican while the cardinals gather to elect in next pope featured; scenes shown of white cassocks in the shop window. [Senior Vatican media advisor Greg BURKE- explains how the cardinals know each other.]
(Seffner, Florida: Gio Benitez) The first images of the sinkhole in florida that swallowed up Jeff Bush in his house presented; scenes shown of the huge hole in Seffner. [Hillsborough County spokesman William PUZ- talks about the other houses.] [Brother Jeremy BUSH - comments on his brother.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The story of what happened to a senior citizen, Lorraine Bayless, having a heart attack reviewed; scenes shown from Glenwood Gardens, a senior independent living facility in Bakersfield where staffed cannot provide CPR; desperate 911 call played; details given about the legal issues. [Medical ethicist Arthur CAPLAN - comments.] [ABC News Dr. Jennifer ASHTON- says CPR can be traumatic.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The issue of Washington portraits painted at taxpayer expense examined; details given about the cost of oil portraits painted of various government officials with some shown. [Secretary of Agriculture Tom VILSACK- comments on this small-ball question.] [Taxpayers for Common Sense vice president Steve ELLIS- criticizes Washington for waste.] A photo of the reporter on canvas done via Costco shown.
(Studio: David Muir) The return to "The View" of Barbara Walters, who was out with chicken pox and a fall, featured; scenes shown from the show and backstage. [In backstage interview, WALTERS - explains getting the chicken pox from shingles and having a concussion; states Chelsea Clinton sent her an e-mail.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The story of a gorilla baby being cared for at the Cincinnati zoo featured; scenes shown of the human surrogates working with baby Gladys. [Miami Zoo Ron MAGILL- talks about how baby abandonment in common among animals.]