This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) Breaking news on the US takedown of Al Qaeda number 2 leader Abu al-Libi by an armed drone in Pakistan reviewed; details given about his escape in 2005, his taunting videos, the elimination of other Al Qaeda figures. ["Hunting in the Shadows" author Seth JONES- says if Ayman al-Zawahiri goes, the leadership in Pakistan may be done.] Why it will be difficult to replace al-Libi discussed.
(Washington: Jim Avila) The jury selection in the trial to bring sexual abuse charges against former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky featured; details given about the evidence from victim number 4, "creepy" love letters to the boys. [Attorney for victim 4, Ben ANDREOZZI, former prosecutor Kathleen KANE- comment on the evidence.] [In "New York Times" interview, SANDUSKY - says he is attracted to all young people.] [Sandusky attorney Joe AMENDOLA- comments on what he intended.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The political battle in Wisconsin against Governor Scott Walker with the recall election examined; details given about Walker's cutbacks on teachers via pressure on the unions and the implications of a win here for unions all over. [Union member Keith CLAWEIN - says his disposable income was eliminated.] [Two WISCONSINITES - react to Walker's cuts.]
(Washington: Rina Ninan) The announcement by the Walt Disney Company it will no longer run junk food ads on its TV network examined; details given about the new advertising guidelines. [In store, parent Julie INGOLDIA- talks about the cereals.] [First Lady Michelle OBAMA - talks about food/beverage marketing.] [Disney CEO Bob IGER- says more companies will recognize the problem of childhood obesity.]
(Buckingham Palace: Nick Watt) The grand finale of the celebrations in Britain of Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the throne reported; scenes shown of royals on the balcony at Buckingham Palace, the queen in an open carriage and in a car. [Two BRITONS - react.] [ELIZABETH - offers thanks.] [President OBAMA - sends a message to the queen.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The dangers of drivers being distracted by pets in the car with state laws being passed examined; AAA statistics cited; cars tests shown. [Driver David REED- describes his accident.] [ASPCA's Dr. Kat MILLER- shows a car pet harness.]
(Dallas: Ryan Owens) An Iowa man's discovery of mammoth bones behind the house featured; scenes shown of the femur and other bones. ["JOHN" - comments on his find.] [University of Iowa professor Holmes SEMKEN- says it is from the ice age.]