This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Chad Myers) The ice storm in the Southeast examined and flight cancellations due to weather in Atlanta discussed; weather maps and inset video shown.
(Jacksonville: Martin Savidge) The trial in Florida of Michael Dunn for the murder of teen Jordan Davis after an argument over loud music at a Jacksonville gas station featured; scenes shown of Dunn testifying in own his defense that he felt threatened, the cross-examination of Dunn by prosecutor John Guy and testimony from Dunn's fiance Rhonda Rouer††.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former prosecutor Sunny Hostin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the trial. [HOSTIN - says it was a good day for the government prosecution with Dunn's testimony.] [From Los Angeles, GERAGOS - says Dunn had to take the stand, but the fiance cut his legs off.]
(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) An investigation into claims by charities that 47 million dollars worth od medicines were sent to Guatemala presented; details given from the records of Charities Services International about items sent to Guatemala's Order of Malta; scenes shown from Guatemala. [Direct Relief charity CEO Tom TIGHE - says another charitable organization "revalued" their medical donation.] The problems in holding these charities accountable or prosecuted discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview with Columbus Zoo director emeritus Jack Hanna about the Holst interview and the Denmark zoo. [HANNA - questions the Danish zoo's decision-making process with shooting the animal because it did not fit into the zoo breeding program; offers habitat alternatives for zoo animals.]
(Copper Mountain, Colorado: Gary Tuchman) How to survive an avalanche presented; scenes shown from Switzerland of a documented avalanche and from Colorado of an experiment to simulate how to survive an avalanche. [Colorado Avalanche Information Center's Ethan GREENE- shows the three things a skier should carry in case of an avalanche.]