This program is 28 minutes long
(Kankakee, Illinois: Alex Perez) The extreme weather with rain in the West and cold weather in the Midwest and East featured; scenes shown of snapped trees, sandbagging and barriers in Glendora, California and refrozen river ice in Kankakee, Illinois. [CALIFORNIAN, Kankakee homeowner Joe BROADWELL- comment on weather concerns.]
(Denver: Clayton Sandell) The call for action in Washington against sex trafficking of children examined; FBI statistics cited. [In shadows, youngster "LACY" - describes what happened: strip club work and beig sold for sex.] [Sex trafficking victim "Lacy," Stephanie VU- testifies.] [Sex trafficking victim "AUSTEN" - talks about her life.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The announcement by Delta Air Lines of a change in its frequent flier miles program examined; details given about the changes aimed at business fliers. [Milepoint.com Gary LEFF- explains changes in rewards; calls it a risky move by Delta.]
(Changsha and Beijing: Bob Woodruff) The air pollution in China from smog featured; scenes shown from Beijing and the hazy industrial belt as far south as Changsha; details given of the movement of China's smog to the US West coast; pollution in China statistics cited.
(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) The trial in New York of Kerry Kennedy for driving under influence of a sleeping aid featured; courtroom sketches by Jane Rosenberg and Kennedy family members shown; details given about Kerry's testimony about her father Robert F. Kennedy and what happened on the road. [ABC"s Dan ABRAMS - speculates.]
(New York: Ryan Smith) The implications from the announcement by "People" magazine that photographs of celebrities' children are off limits examined; scenes shown of paparazzi chasing stars and their children; details given about the Halle Berry Paparazzi bill aimed at stopping the stalking of kids. [Actress Jennifer GARNER - testifies about children being traumatized.] [Reputation.com chairman Howard BRAGMAN- calls this an important first step.]
(Gainesville, Florida: Steve Osunsami) The friendship between two boys, Jonah Pournazarian, who has a rare liver disease called glycogen storage disease type 1B and his friend Dylan Siegel, who has raised research funds with his book, presented; scenes shown. [Parents Lara and Rabin POURNAZARIAN- says his life is in our hands.] [UF Health Shands Children's Hospital Dr. David WEINSTEIN- hopes for a cure.]