This program is 28 minutes long
(Los Angeles: Jim Avila) The verdict in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray for the death of Michael Jackson examined; scenes shown from inside and outside the courtroom; details given from the trial, including the voices of Jackson and Murray in 2009. [Lead prosecutor David WALGREN- expresses sympathy to the Jackson family.] [Outside, LaToya JACKSON - reacts to the verdict.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Dan Abrams) The message from the judge to doctors and prosecutors from this case and the possibilities for an appeal discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A 1995 interview with Jackson presented. [JACKSOn - talks about performing.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) A fourth claim of sexual harassment against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain examined. [At news conference, Sharon BIALEK- recounts meeting Cain and going to the National Restaurant Assn. building and his sexual behavior.] [Over the weekend, CAIN - says "end of story."]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Tomorrow's ABC News/Yahoo! day of interviews with all 8 Republican contenders noted.
(Dubuque, Iowa: David Muir) The background to the first votes for president in Iowa featured; scenes shown of Mitt Romney campaigning; details given of the poll findings on Romney. [Two Iowa VOTERS - offer views on Romney and Cain.] [ROMNEY - comments on being consistent.]
(State College, Pennsylvania: Dan Harris) The hailstorm of allegations about the abuse of young boys at Penn State University where Joe Paterno has long headed the football program examined; scenes shown of former coach Jerry Sandusky, who is accused of molesting boys from his own charity; details given from the grand jury report on the evidence about a graduate assistant who went to Paterno who alerted college officials. [State police Commissioner Frank NOONAN- speaks about stolen innocence.] [With ABC reporter, SANDUSKY - says he cannot comment.] Paterno's statements quoted. [Football PLAYER - reacts.]
(Loretto, Kentucky: Jonathan Karl) A report on the overseas sale of American-made bourbon featured; scenes shown from the Jim Beat distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky; details given about the marketing of bourbon exports to 126 countries. [Jim Beam's Fred NOE- says we are selling American products around the world.] The overseas marketing of other products noted: Maine lobsters, Texas hot sauce, California wine.
(New York: Andrea Canning) The issue of sleep deprivation for women examined; sleep aid statistics cited; e-mails from women on using drugs for sleep quoted. [Sleepless mother Tina GIEBELHAUSEN- comments on pills.] [Montefiore Medical Center psychologist Dr. Shelby HARRIS- says women have a dual role in society plus biological changes for women.] Tips for women to wind down cited.