On Wednesday, President Obama travels to Arkansas to see for himself the damage done by killer tornadoes that touched down there late last month and to thank first responders and recovery crews. His visit also comes on the heels of the release of a major Climate Assessment which finds these weather events happening with greater frequency, and that the time to act is now. But much of the attention concerns Nigeria, where the U.S. is sending a specialized team of military and FBI to assist in the massive teen girl hostage situation there. There is also attention being drawn to the Monica Lewinsky Vanity Fair article — the White House intern is breaking her silence.
AM 820 News anchor Robert Pankau spoke to ABC News correspondent Ann Compton.