This program is 29 minutes long
(Orlando: Yunji de Nies) The closing arguments in the trial of Casey Anthony for murdering her daughter, Caylee, in 2008 featured; scenes shown from the tense courtroom where prosecutor Jeff Ashton and defense attorney Jose Baez laid out their cases and Judge Belvin Perry assessed the evidence and warned both sides.
(Studio: David Muir, Dan Abrams) How the prosecution and the defense did in laying out their cases and how long the jury could be out in this high-profile case discussed.
(Miami, Florida: Matt Gutman) July 4 celebrations during a time of wildfires and heat leading to cancellations of fireworks reviewed; scenes shown from a barge in south Florida for the fireworks display, California beaches, pools in Washington, DC, and skiing in Washington state. [California BEACHGOER, Crystal Mountain marketing director Tiana ENGLER, Grucci Fireworks engineer Sal CAMARDA- comment.]
(No location given: Chris Bury) The shutting down of government services in Minnesota due to budget problems examined; details given about the sites that are closed this holiday weekend and the layoff of state workers after lack of agreement on the state budget. [Park GOER, laid-off state worker Kathy ROERING, camper Karen JOHNSON- complain.]
(New York: Aaron Patersky) The slow state of the economy while CEOs are high paid reviewed; details given about the pay for DirecTV's Michael White, Occidental Petroleum's Ray Irani and Viacom's Philippe Dauman. [Columbia law school professor Robert JACKSON- says the growth in CEO pay outstripped shareholder performance while the worker gets paid according o the market.]
(Quebec City: Bob Woodruff) The visit to Canada by British royal couple Prince William and wife, Kate Middleton, during their North American tour featured; scenes shown from French-speaking Quebec City and protests by those wanting a free Quebec; details given about what they will do tomorrow on Prince Edward Island. [Resistance Network of Quebec Julien GOUDREAU- comments.]
(Ft. McNair: David Kerley) The announcement that 58-year-old Army Sgt./Maj. Jeff Mellinger will retire as the last draftee in the service featured; photo shown. [MELLINGER - quotes his draft letter from President Nixon; comments on being in the Army for 40 years, loving the services and the meaning of July 4.]