This program is 29 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Jim Avila) The first day of the trial in California of Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of superstar Michael Jackson from an overdose of the drug Propofol featured; audiotapes from May 10, 2009, of the unintelligible voice of Jackson and of Murray talking; details given about Murray's version of what happened; scenes shown from court of the prosecutor outlining the case.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The urgent race by the US and allies to find missiles missing from military warehouses in Libya examined; photos shown of portable missiles. [Senator Barbara BOXER - worries about terrorists and shoulder-fired missiles; calls for missile protection for wide-bodied planes.] [State Department assistant secretary Andrew SHAPIRO†- comments on the missiles.] [Human Rights Watch emergencies director Peter BOUCKAERT†- talks about the stockpiles of the weapons.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The call from the CEO of Coca-Cola, Muhtar Kent†, about how the US is at a competitive disadvantages with China and other trade nations featured; iconic Coke TV ads shown; details given from his words in the "Financial Times" about US problems and polarized politics. [KENT - talks about competing and needing a 21st century tax system.] The response from President Obama to Kent noted.
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) How New Jersey Governor Chris Christie could be a potential Republican presidential candidate in 2012 examined; details given about his blunt messages, stark approach and appearance and his fund-raising tour. [CHRISTIE - speaks out.] [With Diane Sawyer, CHRISTIE - talks about exercise and the draining job.]
(No location given: David Muir) The rising sales at restaurants between fast food and family style examined; scenes shown of TV celebrity chefs; details given about Americans' request for quality in food. [Chipotle Mexican Grill founder Steve ELLS†, chef Bobby FLAY‡, Gyrene Hamburger founder Tom MONAGHAN†, "QSR" magazine editor Blair CHANCEY††- comment on food options.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, David Muir) How Monaghan, the Domino founder, plans to deliver warm burgers discussed.
(New York: Claire Shipman) Shy comedian Gina Scarda††, who had been a policewoman, proflied; photos and performance video shown. [SCARDA - talks about becoming a standup comedian; talks about role model Rodney Dangerfield.]