This program is 28 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Jim Avila) The devastating day in the trial in Los Angeles of Dr. Conrad Murray for his role in the death of Michael Jackson featured; scenes shown from the courtroom; details given about the medical evidence that drinking propofol is not fatal and of the prosecution's case against Murray's handling of Jackson, whose life could have been saved. [On the stand, cardiologist Dr. Alon STEINBERG†- says you never leave a patient's side.] [Defense supporting counsel Michael FLANAGAN†- asks if Jackson could have been saved.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The admission in court from "underwear bomber" Umar Abdulmutallab that he attempted to blow up the plane in 2009 featured; details given about what he told the court about being inspired by radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki; courtroom sketches by Carole Kabrin† shown. [Witnesses Lori HASKELL†, Dimitrios BESSIS†- describe what happened on the plane.] [US attorney Jonathan TUCKER†- reacts to the guilty plea.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) What is in the 999 tax plan promoted by Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain examined; scenes shown from last night's Republican debate; details given about how the current system is replaced by the 9s and its potential impact on the middle class with statistics cited. [CAIN - outlines a flat tax.] [Representative Michele BACHMANN - criticizes the plan.] [Tax Foundation economist William McBRIDE†, former Treasury official Bruce BARTLETT†- offer differing opinions on the Cain tax plan.]
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The reaction in Topeka, Kansas, to the vote by the city council repealing the local ordinance on domestic violence as a crime due to economic problems examined. [City council member Denise EVERHART†, Topeka D.A. Chadwick TAYLOR†, domestic violence advocate Kathryn WOOD†- react.] Two other plans to cut criminal programs to save money outlined.
(Studio: David Muir. Rich Besser) Why multivitamins are not recommended to patients and who may need vitamins discussed.
(Studio: Cecilia Vega) The hacking of computer e-mail accounts of celebrities like actresses Scarlett Johansson and Mila Kunis featured; details given about how the hacking worked. [US attorney Andre BIROTTE†- says Christopher Chaney† stole private photos and financial information.] The security lessons to be learned from this case discussed.