This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The announcement by Mars candy maker of a new chocolate factory in Topeka, Kansas, as part of the trend of bringing businesses home to America featured; old Mars Tv ads shown; details given about three other company moves bringing new jobs home as they can compete with China. [Mars Chocolate North America Mike WITTMAN- says we can build jobs here.] [Boston Consulting Group director Hal SIRKIN- says the economics are now better in the US.]
(New York: Jim Avila) How CT scans can reduce the lung cancer death rate among smokers featured; scenes shown of CT scans at the University Hospital in Cleveland; details given about who should be scanned. [Smoker Leslie GREISSING, Mt. Sinai Medical Center Dr. Claudia HENSCHKE, smoker Angela TAURO- comment on the CT scan for lung cancers.]
(Los Alamos, New Mexico: Ryan Owens) A wildfire near the Los Alamos Nuclear Laboratory in New Mexico and the concerns about stored nuclear waste featured; fire scenes shown; details given of concerns about radiation levels. [Los Alamos director Dr. Charles McMILLAN- talks about the fire.] [New Mexico environment department Rita BATES- talks about the contaminated soil issue.]
(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) A bombshell development in the Amanda Knox murder case in Italy about the DNA evidence that led to her conviction featured; scenes shown from the Italian courtroom. [Knox's mother Edda MELLAS- talks about evidence procedures.] [In 2009, father Curt KNOX- downplays the evidence against Amanda.]
(Studio and New York: Linsey Davis) The AMA's position that photoshopping of digital images is bad for your health examined; details given about resulting eating disorders and other medical problems. [AMA president-elect Dr. Jeremy LAZARUS- says photoshopping gives children unrealistic expectations.] [On the street, WOMAN - comments on expectations.] [Psychology in Psychiatry and Surgery professor David SARWER- comments on the images.] "Grazia" magazine pictures of Kate Middleton's waist and that of a Ralph Lauren model photoshopped to be smaller shown. ["Lucky" magazine's Lori BERGAMOTTO- criticizes photoshopping.] The reporter's real and photoshopped images shown.
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The delay of flights out of New York City's Kennedy Airport due to turtles on the tarmac runaway featured; scenes shown of the diamondback terrapins with an audio exchange between the tower, a pilot and runway worker played.
(New York: JuJu Chang) The science of twins examined; scenes shown of the tennis-playing Bryan twins and young twins Callie and Allie with matching eye bruises. [Bob and Mike BRYAN - comment on their "Martian" language.] ["Entwined Lives" author Nancy SEGAL- talks about twins' thinking process.]
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Further coverage of twins on "Primetime Nightline" previewed.