This program is 28 minutes long
(New York; Ginger Zee) The major winter storm in the West and upper Midwest and the snow forecast featured; scenes shown from California, snowy Minnesota. [Citrus FARMER, two MINNESOTANS - comment.]
(New York: Gio Benitez) The investigation into the train derailment in New York City that is focusing on engineer William Rockefeller and human error featured; scenes shown from the accident site and of an animated diagram of the timeline; details given about the "positive train control" system that would automatically slow down a train. [NTSB Earl WEENER- comments on the engineer's sleep and the brake systems.] [CCNY Robert PASSWELL- talks about the technology to slow down a train.]
(Studio: Richard Besser) The meningitis Outbreak at the University of California at Santa Barbara examined; details given about one student's case, how the disease is spread, the outbreak at Princeton University. [Two STUDENTS - react.] The symptoms of meningitis discussed.
(No location given: Terry Moran) The story of the undersea rescue of a man, cook Harrison Okeen, who was trapped underwater for 60 hours off the coast of Nigeria presented; scenes shown of the sunken tug on the ocean floor. [DCN diving team leader Tony WALKER- comments of finding a man alive.]
(Studio and New York: David Muir) A look at jobs created if people bought Christmas items made in America presented; scenes shown from the streets, Macy's windows, Radio City Music Hall, of New York City. [American SHOPPERS, ROCKETTES - talk about "made in America."]
(Longwood, Florida: Steve Osunsami) A bear attack in a gated community in Florida featured; 911 call played; details given about increasing bear sightings in Florida and elsewhere. [Inga BATEMAN - recounts an earlier bear presence.] [Florida Fish and Wildlife Karen PARKER- offers bear advice.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The number of annual bear attacks in the US noted.
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The co-parenting option for having a child examined; examples cited; details given about the "modamily" Website for matching co-parents and the resulting legal pitfalls. [Co-parent Rachel HOPE- comments on her unromantic situation in which she wants a third child.]