This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Elaine Quijano) The snow in the Northeast featured; scenes shown from snowy Central Park, Philadelphia and cars in snow; map of snowfall by cities shown. [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG, Boston Mayor Thomas MERINO, traveller Steven SUTTON, New York TOURIST - comment on the snow.] The postponement of a pro football game discussed.
(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The travel mess due to the blizzard of 2010 reviewed; scenes shown from the eastern airports. [At Newark airport, WOMAN; at New York airport, travelers Manon FELEP, Luci MANNING, James LOWE, Jeffrey PRICE- comment on weather conditions and flight cancellations.]
(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Miami: Jeff Berardelli) The snow conditions in the East in this huge, windy storm discussed; weather maps shown.
(New York: Jay Dow) The post-holiday shopping in snowy weather featured; scenes shown from the mall; details given about the plight of retailers due to the snow. [Shopper Helen MARCUSSI, Jeanette REIHIG, America's Research Group chairman Brit BEEMER, shopper Aida GARCIA- comment on shopping.] Holiday retail sales statistics cited.
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The death of Americans in a tour bus crash in Egypt featured; scenes shown of accident victims and the crash site; details given about prior bus accidents in Egypt. [Nasser Inst. Hospital director Dr. Bahaa ABU ZIED- comments.]
(New York: Byron Pitts) The military's Stop-Loss program examined; details given about the program's payments for soldiers serving beyond their discharge date and about how few of those eligible have filed for payments. [Afghanistan veteran Michael PEREIRA - talks about his unit being stop-lossed.] [Air Force wife Melissa SHARMAN, Pentagon official Lernes HEBERT, Representative Betty SUTTON- comment on the stop-loss money.]
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The famous University High School in Los Angeles featured; film clips featuring the school shown. [Student Justicce LABARRIE, principal Eric DAVIDSON, technology coordinator Steve BARDFIELD, FilmLA president Paul AUDLEY- comment on the school, its fame and film money.]