This program is 30 minutes long
(Stephensville, Louisiana; Janet Shamlian) The devastation from tornadoes featured; scenes shown from Minneapolis, Reading, Kansas, a forming twister and hail in Nebraska. [Two Minneapolis RESIDENTS - react.] [Weather Channel Mike BETTES- talks about this weather recipe for disaster.]
(Studio: Lester Holt) Live discussion held with Weather Channel's Paul Goodlow about the weather; weather maps shown. [GOODLOW - forecasts the storm threat areas.]
(London: Tazen Amad) The eruption of a volcano in Iceland that could mess up air traffic featured; scenes shown of the clouds of ash and last year's eruption that caused travel chaos. [University of Iceland geophysicist Pall EINARSSON- comments on the volcano.]
(White House: Mike Viqueira) The volatile issue of Israel's borders in President Obama's latest remarks examined; photos shown of the Friday meeting of Obama with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. [At APAC, OBAMA - says he said publicly what had been acknowledged privately; states Israelis and Palestinian will negotiate a new border.] [NETANYAHU - says the 1967 lines are indefensible.] [Former US ambassador Martin INDYK- says Obama made a case to a hostile audience.] [Washington Inst. director Michael SINGH- raises questions about the controversy.]
(Studio: Lester Holt; Dublin: Chuck Todd) Obama's visit to Britain and a G-8 meeting in France where the Middle East will be the topic and where the Republican Party stands as it tries to find a candidate to run against Obama now that Governor Mitch Daniels is out and how may be considered discussed.
(Los Angeles: George Lewis) An arrest in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan paramedic Bryan Stow at the opening baseball game at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles featured; police sketches and billboards shown. [Witness Dolores DONNELLY- recounts what happened to Bryan.] [Mother Ann STOW- speaks about his recovery.] [Giants manager Bruce BOCHY- react to the news.] [LAPD Chief Charlie BECK- talks about game security.]
(Washington: Pete Williams) The court hearing on Wednesday for Tucson shooter Jared Loughner previewed; scenes shown from the site of the January shooting at an event hosted by Representative Gabrielle Giffords; details given about his mental fitness. [American University professor Ira ROBBINS- outlines the law.] The prior cases of Russell Westin, who killed Capitol policemen, and John Hinckley, whot President Ronald Reagan, recalled.
(Miami: Kerry Sanders) The legal copyright battle over the movie "Hangover Part II" over the tattoo on the face of boxer Mike Tyson examined.; Tyson and film clips shown; details given about the film company documents in response to the case brought by tattoo artist Victor Whitmill. [Seton Hall University professor Paul CALLAN- talks about copyright law and tattoos.]
(Chicago: Mara Schiavocampo) The legacy of Oprah Winfrey's TV talk show that is ending this week featured; film clips shown; details given about her topics and her own life story. [Military wife Sam SCARPACE, daughter Sarah McCRAW- say their entertainment was Oprah.] ["New New Media" author Paul LEVINSON- says Oprah embodies the last golden age of talk show hosts.]