This program is 28 minutes long
(Chauvin, Louisiana: Jeffrey Kofman) The possibility of the suspension of the oil spill cleanup in the Gulf of Mexico due to the storm featured; map & Louisiana town meeting about BP & the monetary claims issues shown. [Coast Guard Adm. Thad ALLEN - comments on the storm.] [On TV, Orange Beach, Alabama, Mayor Tony KENNON- criticizes BP.] [BP claims Darryl WILLIS- responds to the mayor.]
(Studio: David Muir) The big financial reform & what it means for banks & consumers examined; details given about the tenets of the legislation for banks, derivatives, bank executive pay, a new consumer protection agency, rules for bank mortgages, credit card & debit fees, cash discounts etc.. ["Wall Street Journal" economic correspondent Jon HILSENRATH- comments on the changes for the banks.]
(Marjah, Afghanistan: Miguel Marquez) The signs before an ambush of US Marines in Marjah, Afghanistan, featured; scenes shown of the Marines in the streets & heading back to base as shooting breaks out. [1st Battalion, Marine Corps, L/Cpl. Michael AQUAVIVA, MARINE - comment on the mission & about home.]
(No location given: Elizabeth Vargas) The rising financial status of Jackson's estate, how his three children are doing & the ongoing investigation of his death reviewed; scenes shown of the kids; details given about the legal matters surrounding Dr. Conrad Murray. [Jackson family friend Frank CASCIO, sister Janet JACKSON, "US Weekly" bureau chief Melanie BROMLEY- talks about the children.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the Jackson story on "20/20" noted.
(New York: Ron Claiborne) The appeal of the outrageous monster sandwich to consumers examined; TV ads for an 1100-calorie grilled cheese burger melt from Friendly's shown. [Center for Science in the Public Interest Dr. Michael JACOBSON- says it is deadly.] [NeuroFocus CEO A.K. PRADEEP- says it is marketing about luxury.] [Renegade marketeer Drew NEISEEN- talks about the consumer & marketing.]