This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) The release of secret documents from Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's Pakistan compound seized when he was killed featured; details given about his call for attacks on Americans, a plot using poison, suicide operations, his wish to assassinate President Obama without targeting Vice President Joe Biden and his interest in the media battle. [Rand Corp. Seth JONES - calls bin Laden a micromanager.] [Former counterterrorism official Richard CLARKE- likens bin Laden's final days to those of Adolf Hitler.] Al Qaeda's call online for forest fires in the US using an ember bomb noted. [CAL FIRE battalion chief Julie HUTCHINSON- says we have to take it seriously.] The poison plot discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The tough choice for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in dealing with blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng who is asking her to take him to the US on her plane examined; details given about Chen changing his mind about staying in China, how he is a symbol of human rights abuses in China, his reunion with his family at the hospital; Chen photos shown. [CHINAaid.org founder Bob HU- characterizes Chen's voice asking for help; recounts the threats against his wife.] [US Ambassador to China Gary LOCKE- suggests explore the options.]
(Greensboro, North Carolina: Bob Woodruff) The testimony from former aide John Davis in the trial of former Senator John Edwards about his girlfriend Rielle Hunter reviewed; scenes shown of Edwards and daughter Cate; Davis testimony excerpts quoted. [With Oprah Winfrey, HUNTER - says she learned from being a mistress.] [Former prosecutor Kiernan SHANAHAN- comments on the conspiracy.] The coming testimony from Hunter noted.
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The announcement by Spirit Airlines it will charge one hundred dollars for carryon luggage and the overall high cost of air travel examined; Spirit overhead bin ad shown. [At airport, two TRAVELLERS - react.] Advice to travellers on how to fly outlined on screen.
(Omaha: Jim Avila) The trend of spying on spouses for divorces examined; scenes shown of the technology for do-it-yourself snooping with sample video shown; details given about the law. [SpyTec Jon MARK- talks about the business.] [Father Duke LUTEN- shows his daughter's bear that had a recording device in it.] [Divorced Leah WAGNER- says she was set up.]
(Studio: David Muir) The story of a woman who took a family recipe to start a bakery business in Spartanburg, South Carolina, presented; scenes shown of Kim Nelson on TV's "Shark Tank" and baking a cake with the reporter. [Show judge Barbara CORCORAN - talks about the passionate entrepreneur.] How Kim built her business nationwide discussed.