In this edition of Perspective...
Pistorius Takes the Stand
This week olympian Oscar Pistorius took the stand in a South African courtroom. The man known as 'Blade Runner' is charged with the premeditated murder of his former girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp and could face at least 25 years in prison if convicted. ABC's Matt Gutman has the details from Pretoria.
Lean In for Graduates
Sheryl Sandberg is Facebook's Chief Operating Officer, the author of Lean In and now Lean In for Graduates. She joins us now.
Don Blankenship is a powerful and widely despised businessman accused of skimping on safety measures in his coal mine, where 29 men died. When ABC News first tried to interview him, he threatened to have a producer shot. Despite that unpleasant run-in, Blankenship recently agreed to sit down with ABC News Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross who brings us this report.
The LaVelle family of Washington State preaches a fiery brand of gospel, sending their children out into the streets to confront sinners in a very public way. What they do turns heads and often elicits very strong responses. ABC's Neal Karlinsky has the story.
It's a Small World
This Thursday, a big anniversary around the world ... Disney's It's a Small World attraction turned 50. Here's ABC's Alex Stone.
Host: Cheri Preston
Producer: Colin Tipton