This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: Dan Harris) The future for Facebook after its historic launch featured; clip shown from the film "The Social Network." [ZUCKERBERG - thanks Facebook users.] [On the street, "Wired" magazine editor Jason TANZ- speculates about what Zuckerberg will do.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The "hackathon" for Facebook staff who will be each worth at least three million noted.
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) The lives and culture of the newly minted millionaires featured; details given about co-founder Dustin Moskovitz. [Mural painter David CHOE, employee Justin MITCHEL- comment.] ["Wired" writer Steven LEVY- comments on the Facebook culture.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A tweet from sister Randi Zuckerberg quoted.
(White House: Jake Tapper) The G-8 summit at Camp David over the economic crisis in Europe previewed; details given about the austerity caucus lead by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the stimulus crew led by President Obama supported by new French President Francois Hollande. [OBAMA - says "a strong growth agenda"; jokes about food with Hollande.]
(Sanford, Florida: Matt Gutman) The new evidence in the Florida death of Trayvon Martin in February examined; video of Martin in the store shown; details given of witness accounts about George Zimmerman with audio played and quoted. [Zimmerman attorney Mark O'MARA- says there is no eyewitness to the death.] [ABC legal analyst Dan ABRAMS - outlines the unanswered questions.]
(Livermore, Colorado: Clayton Sandell) The wildfires featured; scenes shown of the flames; details given of the summer forecast from NOAA. [Resident Bill THERRIEN- comments.] [NOAA's Jon GOTTSCHALK- says drought conditions will worsen.]
(Studio: Washington: Jim Avila) An investigation into shrimp shipped to the US from overseas presented; shrimp consumption and import statistics cited; details given about the lab test findings of banned antibiotics, including nitrofurazone, chloramphenicol and enrofloxacin, in the shrimp. [New Orleans chef Brian LANDRY- comments.] [Food and Water Watch Patty LOVERA- says there is disease on shrimp farms.] [Inst. of Environmental and Human Health Ron KENDALL- notes the pharmaceutical residues in the shrimp.] [Louisiana Shrimp Assn. Clint GUIDRY- talks about natural, wild-caught shrimp.] [FDA deputy commissioner of food Michael TAYLOR- talks about the residues and food safety.]