This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Rob Nelson) New questions about hospitals using unnecessary chest scan radiation for patients examined; details given about the study of Medicare records on costly hospital policies. [Yale University radiology Dr. Jim BRINK- comments on CT scans that double radiation exposure.] The hospitals' explanations for double scans discussed.
(Washington: David Kerley) The golf game for President Obama with Representative John Boehner featured; scenes from the golf course and photo from Andrews Air Force Base shown. [Presidential historian James THURBER- says this reduces the stress and distance; states there are no moderates anymore.] [OBAMA, BOEHNER - exchange barbs.] [ABC political director Amy WALTER- doubts anything substantive would happen.]
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Christiane Amanpour) McCain's view of the party discussed.
(Kabul and Paktika province, Afghanistan: Mike Boettcher) Reports that the US has begun talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan reviewed; scenes shown from the site of a suicide bombing attack in Kabul; details given about US exit strategy. [President OBAMA - outlines what the Taliban would have to do.] [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON - questions dealing with the Taliban.] [101st Airborne Gen. Steve TOWNSEND- says we have the initiative....]
(Orlando: Yunji de Nies) The role of social media in promoting the Anthony trail featured; scenes shown from the courthouse in Orlando where people are trying to get tickets, including fist fights by those waiting; details given about the online storm over the trial. [Trial spectators Gayle STRAIN, Shawn CHAISSON- comment.] [InSession on TruTV correspondent Beth KARAS- says people are involved while waiting for the verdict.]
(Los Angeles" David Wright) An explanation for the success of the book "Go The F#k To Sleep" about kids by author Adam Mansbach featured; book drawings shown with excerpts read by actor Samuel L. Jackson. [MANSBACH - recalls writing the book after being unable to get his kid to sleep; cites the response from parents.]