This program is 28 minutes long
(Grafton, Illinois: Steve Osunsami) The flooding in the Midwest along the Mississippi River featured; scenes shown from Grafton, Illinois, and of breached levees. [In Alton, Tom and Alice WETZELl in Grafton, flooded businessman Marty HARP- comment on living on the river.]
(New York: Byron Pitts) The latest drug scandal in baseball examined; details given about the focus on suspending stars Ryan Braun and Alex Rodriguez. [Disappointed fan Liam McALLISTER, MOTHER - react to the cheating.] [ESPN's Buster OLNEY- says it may be the biggest drug case in baseball's history.] [Player Mark DeROSA- reacts.] [Taylor Hooton Foundation founder Don HOOTON- says he is terrified Alex may be on the list.]
(Studio: David Muir) The return of computer manufacturing jobs to America from China or Mexico featured; scenes shown from the Lenovo North Carolina factory; details given about other tech products being made in the US, including from Apple. [Lenovo plant workers' Sharon NANCE, Curtis RICHARDSON, Michelle LUNSFORD, Lenovo North American president Jay PARKER- comment on the business.]
(Hollywood: David Wright) The hospitalization of Michael Jackson's daughter Paris after a suicide attempt featured; scenes shown of her speaking at Michael's funeral. [Family acquaintance Howard BRAGMAN- comments on the suicide attempt.] Her Tweets and a family statement quoted.
(New York: JuJu Chang) A look at whether technology is healthy for babies examined; scenes shown of babies playing with iPads and touch screen digital stuff. [New moms Beth LEHMAN-BROOKS, Urvashi SEN, Suzy WOLFSON- say the babies liked the iPad.] [UCLA psychiatrist/neuroscientist Dr. Gary SMALL- says the kids should be learning language skills, not using iPads.]
(New York: Paula Faris) The win in the record Powerball Lottery by 84-year-old Gloria Mackenzie featured; photos shown with her statement on purchasing her winning ticket quoted.