This program is 28 minutes long
(Greenville, North Carolina: Steve Osunsami) The brutal cold weather in the Midwest and the South featured; map of school closings, a flipped bus in Asheville, Alabama roads, car accidents in Austin, New Orleans, snow in the South shown. [Alabama Governor Robert BENTLEY- talks about the school children.] [New Orleans Mayor Mitchell LANDRIEU, Atlanta MAN, police GUY, Greenville Mayor Allen THOMAS - comment on the winter storm.]
(Washington: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(New York: Ginger Zee) The coming weather forecast presented; scenes shown of the icy Hudson River in the background and weather maps.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) What President Obama will say tonight in his State of the Union address previewed; various scenes shown of the president before the speech; details given of his proposals to connect schools to the Internet, fuel standards for trucks, minimum wages. A warning statement from Speaker of the House John Boehner quoted. Photos shown of guests, including a Boston bomb victim and heroic school bookkeeper Antoinette Tuff shown.
(Washington: Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos) A look at Obama's speech during a good economy and a time of low approval rating so Obama has to convince the country he can get something done and his sense of the limits of the presidency discussed; Obama photos shown.
(Washington: Diane Sawyer) ABC News coverage of the State of the Union address announced.
(New York: Linsey Davis) New clues about the outbreak of a norovirus illness among passengers and crew on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Explorer of the Seas examined; photos shown with a passenger's account and an apology from Royal Caribbean quoted. [Voice of Chris ROMAN - comments on the cruise.] [ABC travel editor Genevieve Shaw BROWN- says cruise lines don't have to compensate passengers.] Diagram of how the norovirus is passed on shown with illness statistics cited.
(New York: Gio Benitez) Counterfeit tickets for pro football's Super Bowl examined; scenes shown of real and fake tickets. [Homeland Security agent James HAYES- says advanced technology was used for counterfeiting.] [NFL litigation officer Anastasia DANIAS- shows how to tell if your ticket is real or fake.] [Past fake ticket buyer Vinnie PASCOOLEYI- comments.]
(London: Terry Moran) An official scolding of the British royal family about spending and the state of their public finance examined; scenes shown from outside Buckingham Palace. [Royal historian Robert LACEY- defends the queen.]
(Washington: Jim Avila) New questions about how often traffic cameras are wrong examined; scenes shown from speed traps in Baltimore, where cameras are off by 10 to 50 percent; details given about how some cities are using traffic cameras in different ways. [School teacher Erin GRUNDUN- cites an errant speed as ticketed.] [Public Interest Research Group Phineas BAXANDALL- talks about ticket fees.]
(Washington: John Donvan) Seeger's musical career to promote social change reviewed; performance film/video shown.