This program is about 1 hour long
(Joplin: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Joplin Mayor Mike Woolston about the tornado deaths, rescues and damages; inset video shown. [WOOLSTON - talks about the search and rescue efforts and the help that has come in from people and government agencies; states we will rebuild and we will recover.]
(Studio: Chad Myers) The weather for tonight and tomorrow night in Joplin and the stretch of severe weather with big tornadoes in the Midwest reviewed; map and inset tornado footage shown while the weather conditions building this tornado are described.
(Joplin: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with The Weather Channel Mike Bettes about the tornado; scenes shown from his live coverage. [BETTES- tearfully describes what he is seeing; recounts his coverage of the storm in Joplin, how he got choked up by events and the rescue efforts.]
(Joplin: Anderson Cooper) The impact of the storm on the city reviewed; scenes shown from a neighborhood at night, including the remains of a home. [In live interview, American Red Cross volunteer Marie COLBY - describes what happened as she drove through the storm, taking a wounded man to triage, working with the Red Cross to help, losing her apartment, what we have to do to recover.]
(Studio: Joe Johns) Air strikes on Libya targeting Tripoli near Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi's compound; President Obama's six day Europe trip starting in Ireland where he visited the village of Moneygall; volcanic ash from Iceland; a report linking former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn to the hotel maid he is accused of assaulting and Stock Market Report reported.