This program is 28 minutes long
(Greensboro, North Carolina: Bob Woodruff) The surprise end of the defense's case in the trial of former Senator John Edwards for campaign fund misconduct after two days featured; scenes, photos and courtroom sketches by Christine Cornell shown; details given of the testimony from former staffers about Rielle Hunter and about the jury. [In "Nightline" interview, EDWARDS - denies the baby is his.] [Former prosecutor Kieran SHANAHAN- explains how the defense approached the jurors.]
(Yavapai County: Ryan Owens) The dangerous flames in the Arizona wildfires featured; scenes of flames and smoke shown. [Incident management team Karen TAKI- talks about the fire-fighting concerns.] [Two RESIDENTS, OFFICIAL - comment on the fires.]
(Studio: Richard Besser) A test for the early detection of autism in babies examined; scenes shown of "head lag" as a sign of autism that enables earlier therapy. [Kennedy Kreiger Inst. Dr. Rebecca LANDA- says this enables us to take early action.] [Autistic boy's mother Teri CHASON- comments on her son's condition.] The reasons for head lag in autistic children discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) The death of Mary Richardson Kennedy, the estranged second wife of Robert Kennedy, Jr., reported; scenes and photos shown.
(New York: Linsey Davis) The agreement by the Skechers shoe company to a 40 million dollar consumer class settlement about its toning and slimming claims examined; TV celebrity ads shown; details given about why Skechers agreed to a settlement. [FTC bureau of consumer protection director David VLADECK- criticizes the toning claims.]
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The story of two women fighting the infection of flesh-eating bacteria presented; details given about Aimee Copeland and Lana Kuykendall of Greenville, South Carolina and their cases of group A streptococcus. [Father Andy COPELAND- says Aimee lost her left leg.] [Vanderbilt University Dr. William SCHAFFNER- explains how Group A circulates and sets up shop in a muscle injury; states the water was the source for Aimee's infection.]
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The implications of the study by Emory University Dr. Greg Bernes of his dog's brain via MRIs featured; brain images shown. [BERNES - explains the hand signals used.]