This program is 28 minutes long
(Purcell, Oklahoma: Ginger Zee) The tornado threat near Oklahoma City featured; scenes of tornadoes in Nebraska and Oklahoma.
(Studio: Brian Ross) A new ricin letter addressed to President Obama similar in threats to that sent to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg examined; letter copy shown. [NYPD Commissioner Ray KELLY - quotes the letter about guns.] [BLOOMBERG - comments on irrational people in a complex world.] [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT- explains the threat from lethal ricin.] The 1978 case of a KGB agent killing a Soviet defector with ricin in an umbrella recalled. The clues in the barely toxic ricin letters discussed.
(Philadelphia: Diane Sawyer) A visit six months ago to Strawberry Mansion High School in Philadelphia presented; scenes shown from inside the school, including chaos in the halls, security cameras, a fight in the cafeteria, a student protecting Diane, a music program. [School principal Linda WAYMAN- explains why she volunteered for the job.] [Students "MALAYSIA," RESSAT," Malaysia's FATHER - comment.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" noted.
(Boston: Paul Faris) How to save money at the ball park featured; scenes shown of the Rodriguez family of Boston. [The RODRIGUEZES - comment on a game's cost.] [Seatgeek founder Jack GROETZINGER- offers money-saving advice.]
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) How actor Matthew Perry of "Friends' is helping others battle addiction examined; details given about his fund raising and lobbying of Congress. [PERRY - talks about his hidden addiction; jokes about the honors at the White House.]