In this edition of Perspective....
State Of The Union
This past Tuesday, President Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union address to a new Republican majority in the House of Representatives. With more on what the president said, here's ABC's Steven Portnoy who was there:
While the State Of The Union is one of the hottest tickets in Washington, there's at least one high-level official missing from the crowd each year. We learn more about the "designated survivor:"
In Liberia, an area of the world ravaged by the Ebola virus, you'd think those who survive would feel lucky. That's not the case with many Liberian children, who end up orphaned and neglected after their family members pass away. ABC News Chief Health and Medical Editor Doctor Richard Besser traveled to Liberia to see for himself:
When you head to the doctor's office, the last thing you want to hear is that it's the doc's first day on the job. Recently, one Florida teenager took that a little bit further...impersonating a member of the staff without actually having any medical training at all. ABC's Matt Gutman has the story:
Gun Control Debate In Colorado
This past week, jury selection began in a trial that's reigniting the gun control debate in Colorado. ABC's Alex Stone explains:
Ever heard of cat cafes? Places where you can sip your coffee while petting cats. Yeah, they're not the only concept cafés out there. ABC's Cecilia Vega went to Tokyo to see how the trend got started:
How would you invite a bunch of strangers over to your house to try your food? How about if they pay you? That's the premise behind a new kind of restaurant-quality dining experience taking place at dinner tables across the country. ABC's Juju Chang explains:
Host: Cheri Preston
Producer: David Rind