This program is 29 minutes long
(Perugia: Elizabeth Vargas) The end of the four-year odyssey for the Knox family while Amanda has been in prison featured; scenes shown from the courtroom in Perugia where she made an emotional plea and outside the court; details given of the judge's translated words. [Sister Deanna KNOX†- speaks about the nightmare being over.] [Knox attorney Carlo DELLA VEDOVA†- comments on the day's decision.] Amanda's last hours at the prison reviewed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Dan Abrams) The final word on the Knox case, how she made false statements to the court, the judge's view of circumstances and possible civil lawsuits discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The pictures of Amanda at age 20 and today shown.
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Excerpts from the ABC/Yahoo interview held on the Web with Obama presented. [OBAMA - says he is the underdog due to the economy, but has a vision for the future; agrees people are not better off than 4 years ago and the unemployment rate is too high so we have to get people back to work; states he does not regret loan guarantees to Solyndra: not all businesses will succeed in clean energy, but we have to compete.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The nationwide demonstrations against Wall Street and corporate greed that started in New York City reviewed; scenes shown from New York of protesters being arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge and the group's social movement organization center in the park. [Two PROTESTERS - speak out.] [Columbia University professor Dorian WARREN†- offers perspective on the movement.]
(Kabul: Martha Raddatz) The ABC News interview held with ISAF commander Gen. John Allen about the war. [ALLEN - says many of the attackers come from Pakistan; comments on the war and why it is worth it because we came here to go after Al Qaeda and make sure the Taliban does not return to power; talks about writing the letters to the children of soldiers who have died.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The link between physical activity and fighting cancer examined; details given from a breast cancer and exercise studies. [Breast cancer survivor Luanne DORIA‡- comments on going to the gym.] [MD Anderson Cancer Center oncologist Dr. Jennifer LITTON†- says activity can change the cancer cells.]
(New York: Chris Cuomo) A joint program by Starbucks and Opportunity Finance Network, a non-profit that funds small businesses, featured; scenes shown of the Rosenbergs' frozen yogurt store and of TaskRabbit, the eBay for odd jobs. [Starbucks CEO Howard SCHULTZ - comments on how the banks won't spend in the crisis of uncertainty; states he wants to create positive change.]