This program is 29 minutes long
(Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Bob Woodruff) The indictment of former Senator John Edwards on charges of misusing campaign funds to cover up an affair with Rielle Hunter featured; details given of the specifics of the government indictment about the money use and the money from Fred Baron and Bunny Mellon. [EDWARDS - admits doing wrong, but did not break the law.] [Former aide Andrew YOUNG - states what Edwards did.] [On "Nightline," EDWARDS - denies the baby is his.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos, Bob Abrams) The issue of what the money from Mellon and Baron was to be used for, why Edwards is fighting this rather than plead guilty and how he could serve time discussed.
(Kansas City: David Muir) The difficult job market examined; scenes shown from a Ford plant in Kansas City; job and long-term unemployed statistics cited. [Newly employed, Frank KING- comments on his auto job.] [Mesirow Financial economist Diane SWONK- offers analysis.] [Unemployed since 2007, Dawn RAYNER- comments on her situation.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Next week's Made in America segments and the guests on "This Week" previewed.
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The mysterious e-coli outbreak in Europe that may have started in Germany featured; details given about e.coli testing in the US. [Vanderbilt University infectious disease specialist Dr. William SCHAFFNER- calls it a super producer.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos, Barbara Walters) Kevorkian's approach to organ donation and assisted suicide, a debate that is still divisive, discussed. [In February 14, 1992, interview KEVORKIAN- says doctors always play god and he should be called "Dr. Life."]
(Studio: Brian Ross) The drug K2, aka "legal marijuana," that is a potent drug used by kids featured; details given about how the drug was developed at Clemson University funded by taxpayer money. [Visions Treatment Center director Dr. David LEWIS- says K2 is psychoactive.] [In China, ABC producer says she was offered the chemicals for sale.] [Clemson professor John HUFFMAN- comments on the chemical JWH that is dangerous.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Further coverage on "20/20" noted.
(No location given: Chris Bury) The career of "Gunsmoke" actor James Arness, who died, reviewed; "Gunsmoke" introduction by John Wayne and TV clips shown.