In this edition of Perspective...
Marco Rubio is Florida's junior republican senator, and a fast-rising latino political star. Some republicans hope that Mitt Romney will choose him as his runningmate, but earlier this week ABC News reported Rubio was *not* being vetted as a V-P candidate by the Romney campaign. No documents had been turned over and no questionnaires had been filled out, however Romney later dismissed the report. To find out more about the junior senator, ABC's David Muir spoke with Marco Rubio in Miami.
Newt's Advise for Romney
Newt Gingrich says he believes the super rich have an unfair advantage in American politics, but he also is urging his wealthiest supporter to give millions to Mitt Romney's campaign. ABC Senior Political Correspondent Jonathan Karl caught up with the former Speaker of the House at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., where he weighed in on presumptive nominee Mitt Romney's strengths and weaknesses.
President Obama Drone Program
One of President Obama's lasting legacies will likely be the use of drone aircrafts for targeted killings. A new book from Newsweek and Daily Beast reporter Dan Klaidman delves into the successes and failures of the president's drone program. ABC Senior White House Correspondent Jake Tapper spoke with Klaidman in Washington to find out more.
Two Fathers Helping in Haiti
On the heels of Father's Day last weekend, we bring you the story of two men who are honoring their children by giving back to those who need it most. ABC's Matt Gutman traveled with them to Haiti and reports on the journey that transformed their lives.
Gastric Bypass and Alcoholism
Each year more than 200-thousand Americans undergo weight loss surgery. For most, the procedure is life-saving. It causes dramatic changes to the body and sometimes unexpected effects. Now a new study suggests a link between gastric bypass surgery and increased odds of alcohol addiction. ABC's Deborah Roberts has the details.
Serving Life in Luxury?
Next a story started with a taunting letter from death row. In the note, a North Carolina inmate convicted of killing a 17-year-old girl boasts about his alleged life of leisure behind bars. It has started a heated debate about prison conditions, focusing on convict activities from softball teams to TV time and whether that *hard time* is really hard enough. Here's ABC Chief Law and Justice Correspondent Chris Cuomo.
Flying these days can be a not-so-elegant experience that includes a variety of extra charges. Those additional fees include everything from meals to blankets and overhead bin space ... all new ways for the airlines to make more money. So why have carriers taken such extreme measures and what can you do to avoid them? Here's ABC's John Donvan.
Until Dirk Nowitzski takes a turn on "Dancing with the Stars," the Dallas Mavericks may be the only professional sports franchise with an owner more famous that its players. Mark Cuban started out as a beer-guzzling, ref-heckling fan, then made millions and bought his favorite basketball team. Last year they won the NBA Championship, but this year that honor belongs LeBron James and the Miami Heat. But what's Mark Cuban really like? ABC's Bill Wier went to Dallas to find out.
Host: Cheri Preston
Producer: Colin Tipton