This program is 29 minutes long
(Piedmont, Oklahoma: Matt Gutman) The deadly twisters featured; scenes shown of a truck sheared in half, a tornado in Chickasha, the search for survivors, damages in Missouri and a neighborhood in Piedmont, Oklahoma. [Voice of Jeremiah MORRISON- describes what happened as the tornado hit his truck.] [Survivor Cheryl MAYO, Kelly JOHNSON- comment.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Joplin: David Muir) The aftermath of the tornado in Joplin, Missouri, featured; scenes shown of people seeking the missing and a baby that was saved by a stranger. [Seeking father, Jennifer PEREZ, two WOMEN, mother Jamie CHALIGO, baby's GRANDMOTHER - comment on life in Joplin.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The estimated damages in Joplin cited; scenes shown from inside the St. John's hospital that was wrecked by the storm. [Dr. Ronnie SMALLING- recounts ventilating patients by hand.]
(Washington; Jonathan Karl) The political debate over Medicare featured; scenes shown of Republican Representative Paul Ryan, who wants to replace the Medicare system with government subsidized private insurance and former Democratic President Bill Clinton, who made a comment to Ryan. [In a car, RYAN - comments on leadership; states we were elected to take a stand on fixing fiscal problems to prevent ruin.] Clinton's view that the two political parties have to come together to keep Medicare from going bankrupt noted.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Dan Abrams) The medical and legal decision in the Loughner case and what happens next discussed.
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) The life lessons from Oprah's team starting with Dr. Phil McGraw presented; details given about McGraw's background growing up poor. [In interview McGRAW - says you have to find something to get excited about: that passion takes commitment; talks about his candor.]
(Washington: John Donvan) New tape recordings from President John F. Kennedy featured; scenes shown from the 1969 moon shot; details given about JFK's message about space. [KENNEDY - speaks about going to the moon.] September 18, 1963, JFK exchange with NASA head James Webb about sending men to the moon played.