This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: John Hendren) The big upset this weekend in Florida's straw poll in which Texas Governor Rick Perry lost to the unknown Herman Cain examined; scenes shown from the spoof of Republicans on "Saturday Night Live." [PERRY - campaignS.] [ABC News political director Amy WALTERS†- says Republicans want the perfect candidate.] The pressure from Republicans to get New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to run noted, [In April, CHRISTIE - says he is not running: "no."]
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) The questions and problems about a Christie candidacy discussed. [With Diane Sawyer, CHRISTIE - says he does not feel ready to run.]
(Studio: David Muir, Trish Regan) The average losses last week for the average American 401k, the European bailout problems, the view of Germans on bailing out Greece and what is the future for the European union amid all the economic problems discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Tomorrow's coverage of the anchor's travel with Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner previewed.
(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The return to the US of American hikers Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer after being freed from prison in Iran after crossing the border in 2009 featured; details given about their days in prison and what happens next for the three hikers. [FATTAL - recounts how they were treated in prison, including solitary confinement.] [BAUER - says we do not know if we crossed the border: we were held because of our nationalities.] [Former prisoner Sara SHOURD- comments.]
(New York: David Muir) The ABC interview held with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the Middle East. [NETANYAHU - agrees it is a dangerous time for Israel with the Arab spring; states Israel desires and needs peace, but the Palestinians have to recognize the Israeli state.]
(Perugia; Elizabeth Vargas) The appeals phase of the murder trial in Italy of American Amanda Knox featured; scenes shown from the court where the prosecution re-defended the evidence against Knox despite the questions about the original DNA evidence. [In ABC interview, Amanda's parents Curt KNOX, Edda MELLAS- react to what happened in the appeals trials and the options for their daughter.]
(Studio: Jim Avila) A radical breakthrough in the fight against ovarian cancer examined; scenes shown to illustrate the surgical technique that uses fluorescent light that shows up smaller cancer tissue; details given about plans for the first clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic. [Cancer survivor Jan DOAK†, Purdue University Dr. Philip LOW†, Mayo Clinic Dr. Sean DOWDY†- comment on this cancer treatment using dyes.] The implications for use in treating other cancers discussed.