In this edition of Perspective...
A Deal with Iran
Iran has agreed to pause its nuclear program in exchange for relief from international sanctions. The agreement is viewed as the first step to bring about a final deal to keep Iran from developing a nuclear weapon. Iran and world powers will continue to negotiate over the next six months, but the deal could be tricky to implement, and a lot could go wrong along the way. Some American allies, including Israel and Canada, have already expressed skepticism over the deal, and lawmakers in Washington are also concerned that Iran won't keep it's end of the bargain. Both Democratic and Republican senators are already crafting legislation to reinstate sanctions, and impose new ones, if Iran doesn't make good on the pledge to curb its nuclear program. For more on the details and implications of the agreement, we turn to ABC's Dan Kloeffler and ABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Terry Moran.
New Details on Newtown Shooting
This week, investigators in Connecticut released a report on last December's deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school. It details the events of that day, including the moments *before* 20-year-old Adam Lanza entered the school, opened fire, and eventually took his own life. ABC's Aaron Katersky has studied the report and joins us now. Aaron, what can you tell us about it?
Al-Qaeda in America
An undercover FBI operation has exposed al-Qaeda terrorists posing as refugees in the U-S. Lax background checks were to blame, but that's just the beginning. There may be dozens more in the country as well. ABC News Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross reports.
Flip or Flop
The risky business of flipping real estate is back. It's the latest sign the housing market is rebounding. But what does it take to turn a profit, and is it worth the risk? Here's ABC News Chief Business and Economics Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis.
The ABC News Fixer
'Tis the season for giving and receiving gift cards ... it's an easy way to ensure someone on your shopping list gets something they'll like. But a policy called "tip tolerance" could cut into your card's value. ABC's Cheri Preston has the details.
Host: Cheri Preston
Producer: Colin Tipton