This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Ginger Zee) The bitter cold weather reviewed; temperature maps, snow in Michigan, Ohio, Kansas City, Chicago, Indiana, frozen Atlanta, map of the "polar vortex," a Michigan icebreaker and temperature maps shown. [Indiana Governor Mike PENCE- says "stay in."] [Bristol Bay icebreaker Lt. Cmdr. John HENRY- shows ice.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Safety reports introduced.
(New York: Linzie Janis) The impact of the cold weather on air travel examined; scenes shown from the airports. [At airports, three TRAVELLERS, airport OFFICIAL - comment.]
(Chicago: Gio Benitez) The cars in the Midwest stuck in the deep freeze featured; scenes shown of cars crashing in Colorado, frozen doors, stalled cars. [Tow truck driver James ROGERS - comments.]
(Milwaukee Alex Perez.) The cold weather featured; scenes shown from Milwaukee; details given about frostbite. [WOMAN, police OFFICER, Cook County emergency dept. Dr. Michelle SERGEI - comment on the weather-related issues.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) How to dress for the cold discussed; thermal images of heat loss shown.
(London: Terry Moran) The rise of Al Qaeda in the Middle East featured; scenes shown of fighting in Fallujah, Iraq, which has fallen to Al Qaeda; details given about the spillover from the civil war in Syria. [Secretary of State John KERRY - says this is their fight.]
(Pasadena: Josh Elliott) The story of Florida State University lineman Michael Scheerhorn and 12-year-old Jayden Dispala who has cancer, presented; scenes shown from the Rose Bowl, where FSU will play Auburn University for the college football national championship. [SCHEERHORN - talks about losses.] [DISPALA - comments on being here.]
(Studio: Linsey Davis) A look at the secrets of super dieters presented; details given about the tracking of them by the National Weight Control Registry and the rules for keeping the pounds off. [Dieters Marshall BRAINES, Kalia MALLS- comment on gaining it back.] [National Weight Control Registry co-founder Rena WING- talks about the dieters' success after two years.]