This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Bill Weir) The lawsuits brought against Facebook by thousand of investors accusing it of withholding information about the company's value while the elite sold stock for quick profit examined; some Facebook posters quoted. ["Business Insider" CEO Henry BLODGET- says the individual investor is at a disadvantage to professional traders on Wall Street.] [Former Facebook investor Alper AYDINOGLU- says he learned to be more careful.] What the Facebook matter says about fairness and investment banks and information discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The aftermath of the sex scandal in Colombia at the Secret Service examined; scenes shown from Congressional hearings; details given about the disciplinary actions. [Secret Service director Mark SULLIVAN- apologizes for the behavior of some individuals in Colombia.] [Senators Susan COLLINS, Joe LIEBERMAN - respond.]
(Abbottabad, Pakistan and Kabul, Afghanistan: Muhammad Lila) The imprisonment in Pakistan of Dr. Shakil Afridi for helping the US find Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden examined; details given about how he passed intelligence to the US; scenes shown from the site where bin Laden's compound stood in Abbottabad. [Representative Dana ROHRBACHER, Senator John McCAIN - call this despicable.] [February 29, Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - defends Afridi.]
(Studio: Linsey Davis) A consumer warning about laundry detergent packages that children have been eating featured; scenes shown of the detergent that looks like candy; statistics on emergency calls cited. [Mother Jessica SUTTON- comments on her daughter eating the soap package.] [New Jersey poison center Bruce RUCK- lists children's symptoms.]
(Los Angeles: David Wright) Nancy's health featured. [Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation John HEUBUSCH, daughter Patty DAVIS - comment on Nancy and the family.] [In 2007 ABC interview, REAGAN - comments.] [ABC News Dr. Richard BESSER- talks about the longer recovery.]
(In the water and the studio: Ginger Zee) A new invention to help people survive in rip currents in the water featured; scenes shown of remote control biolifeguard "Emily" and of the reporter inside a rip current; details given about how to get out of the current with diagrams shown.
(Cochranesville, Pennsylvania: Ron Claiborne) How super dogs can detect high blood pressure in cardiac patients pressure examined; scenes shown of the dogs being trained to detect swings in blood pressure. [Cardiac alert dog owner and her mother Shannon and Carolyn TOMLINSON - explain what the dog does to protect her.] [Canine Partners for Life director Darlene SULLIVAN- says bodily changes produce a scent the dogs detect.]