This program is 28 minutes long
(Krotz Springs, Louisiana: Yunji de Nies) The closing of a section of the Mississippi River around Natchez due to the flooding featured; details given about the economic strain due to shutting down the river traffic; scenes shown from Krotz Springs, Louisiana. [Residents Robbie SWEENEY, Shirley BONET - comment on his decision not to evacuate.] [On patrol, SHERIFF - comments on those who refuse to leave.]
(Los Angeles: David Wright) Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's revelation that he had a child ten years ago with a personal household staffer featured; statements from Arnold, his wife Maria Shriver and daughter Katherine Schwarzenegger quoted; details given about rumors of his past indiscretions and Maria's support of his political ambitions. [In a past interview, SCHWARZENEGGER - offers denials.] [On "Oprah Winfrey Show," SHRIVER - reacts.] [SHRIVER - reads from "The Journey."]
(Paktika province, Afghanistan: Martha Raddatz) The dangerous land where Americans and Pakistanis exchanged gunfire when a US helicopter accidentally crossed into Pakistani territory and were fired on featured; helicopter overview shown. [ISAF regional command-East Afghanistan commander Maj. Gen. John CAMPBELL- says we were fired on and returned fire.] The high tensions between the two countries after the unannounced raid to get Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden noted. [ISAF joint command Lt. Gen. David RODRIGUEZ- cites tension along the border.]
(Dublin: Miguel Marquez) The historic visit by Britain's Queen Elizabeth to Dublin, Ireland, featured; scenes shown of the queen wearing an emerald green hat and dress and at ceremonies; details given about bomb threats and the "Bloody Sunday" shooting of 1920. [On the street, Two IRISHWOMEN - react.]
(New York: Jeremy Hubbard) A Harvard School of Public Health medical study linking coffee as a battering ram against cancer examined; details given about coffee contains anti-oxidants including methylpyridinium that may help stop colon cancer and other benefits as well as the downside of coffee. [Harvard study author Dr. Lorelei MUCCI- cites the positive health effects; lists coffee's benefits.]
(Port-au-Prince: Davis Muir) A visit to earthquake-stricken Haiti with model Petra Nemkova, who survived the 2004 tsunami in Thailand, featured; scenes shown from Port-au-Prince of the opening of a school her foundation funded. [Happy Hearts Fund founder NEMKOVA- recalls the children screaming for help.]
(Chicago: Diane Sawyer) How Petra has now opened 51 schools for children in disaster zones noted.