This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Andrea Canning) An AMA study finding of a link between breast cancer and drinking alcohol examined; statistics cited; details given about what happens in the body. [American Cancer Society Dr. Otis BRAWLEY- says alcohol increased the risk of breast cancer.] [Several WOMEN - react to the study.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Richard Besser) How this is the best study on breast cancer, alcohol and risk and other studies on heart disease and the benefits of alcohol discussed.
(Kansas City, Missouri: Matt Gutman) The announcement by Bank of America that it will not implement debit card fees examined; BOA statement quoted. [Petition collector 22-year-old Molly KATCHPOLE - says she won and people signed her petition; hopes others are inspired to change things.] [Senator Richard DURBIN, President OBAMA - react to the bank fee.] [Earlier, Bank of America CEO Brian MOYNIHAN- defends the fee.]
(No location given: Dan Harris) The drop in the stock market due to events in Greece examined; details given about the compared financial lives of Floridian Emma McFarland and retired Greek bank teller Yannis Latinakis and how the Greek government borrowed to pay its retirees and cannot repay on its loans. [McFARLAND - reacts.]
(Studio: David Muir) The roadblocks to foreign entrepreneurs wanting to get visas to establish businesses in the US featured; jobs statistics cited; details given about the cruiswise company founded by Israeli-born Stanford graduate Amit Aharoni, who cannot get a visa and about offers for business from other countries. [AHARONI- expresses frustration.] [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG- questions losing business due to visas.]
(Studio: Jim Avila) The day in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray for his role in the death of Michael Jackson featured; scenes shown from the courtroom where the defense was split about whether Murray should testify. [Defense attorney Mark GERAGOS- offers analysis.] [Jackson's sister Rebbie JACKSON- comments on Michael's drug problems.]
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) The happiest woman in America. Mary Claire Orenic, according to "USA Today" profiled; details given about happiness and productivity in the work environment: work flexibility, good friends, commuting. ["USA Today" columnist Gail SHEEHY- talks about this generation of women and their low well-being.] [ORENIC - calls her work fulfilling.]