This program is 28 minutes long
(London: Jeffrey Kofman) The closing of the British "News of the World" tabloid due to the scandal caused by reporters hacking into voice mails of missing Milly Dowler, of families of the 2005 terrorist attack and families of British soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan and of police sales of scoops to the paper featured. [In Sun Valley, idaho, owner Rupert MURDOCH - makes no comments.] [Son James MURDOCH- says we breached a trust.] [On the streets, two LONDONERS - react.] [Attack victim's father Graham FOULKES- expresses anger.] [Former editor Paul McMULLEN- comments.] The possibility of arrests in a criminal investigation into actions by police, reporters and editors discussed.
(Orlando: Ashleigh Banfield) The imminent release of Casey Anthony from jail after the sentence of four years and fines reviewed; details given about why she will be released soon and the state's and others' lawsuits against her; scenes shown of protests. [Judge Belvin PERRY- sentences Anthony.] [Osceola court spokeswoman Karen LEVEY- says Casey will be released on July 13.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Orlando: Terry Moran) The jury account of what went wrong in the jury deliberations reviewed; details given about reasonable doubt. [Juror Jennifer FORD- comments on the jury vote and the unanswered problem of how Caylee died; adds "not guilty" does not mean innocent.] [Law professor Alan DERSHOWITZ- says the prosecution asked for too much.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) The private meeting of President Obama and leaders of Congress about the debt ceiling and deficit reduction reviewed; details given about the goal of reducing the deficit with Republicans wanting to cut entitlements and Democratic proposals to close tax loopholes and other tax changes. [OBAMA - says there will be political pain. [Senior Joan BERKOWITZ, Representative Nancy PELOSI, florist Tim CARUSO, Representative John BOEHNER - react to various proposals.]
(On the road: David Muir, Sharyn Alfonsi) The Made in America journey to create American jobs to make products in the US reviewed; scenes shown of the Usery house cleared of items not made in America and of the reporter team in a new neighborhood for a new challenge.