In this edition of Perspective...
The Supreme Court Ruling on Healthcare
This week the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate requiring Americans to buy health insurance or pay a penalty, a key part of President Obama's signature health care law. For more on the decision, ABC's Aaron Katersky speaks to ABC News Legal Analyst Royal Oakes.
Political Reaction to the Decision
The landmark ruling by the Supreme Court also has wide-ranging political implications. For more on President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney's reactions to the decision, ABC's Ann Compton reports from the White House.
What the Ruling Means for Americans
So what does this decision on healthcare mean for the average American? ABC's David Muir has the details.
In the '60s there was Valium , Prozac in the '90s, and now the growing drug of choice for some moms is Adderall. It's normally used to help kids with Attention Deficit Disorder gain energy and focus, but some moms are now popping the pills prescribed to their children. ABC's Dan Harris has more.
A Cure for Pain
Kobe Bryant did it. So did A-Rod. Even Pope John Paul the second did it. It's a controversial new therapy to end pain using patient's own blood to cure everything from bad knees to tennis elbow, but the treatment is still untested in the United States. As ABC's Ron Claiborne reports, some of the world's top athletes are using it to stay in the game.
A Father's Loss
Now a horrific event that changed one father's life forever, surviving a terrible crime that took the lives of his wife and two sons. ABC's Cynthia McFadden reports on the painful tale of forgiveness and betrayal.
Marilu Henner's Memories
Marilu Henner is one of a dozen known people in the world with a memory that produces 30 year old details as easily and vividly as though they happened just moments ago. She says the gift is not due to genetics and she shares a few of her memory tips with ABC's David Wright.
Just weeks after Father's Day we bring you a story about the cooking and cleaning stay-at-home dads. They pack lunch for their wives, schedule play dates for their kids, and as ABC's Sharyn Alfonsi reports, the number of these so-called "trophy husbands" has more than doubled in the past decade.
In the words of Robert Redford, he's "a man whose story should be told for generations to come." At age 85, Harry Belafonte has an indomitable sense of optimism and continues to ask "what do we do now?" ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Bill Diehl had a chat with the legendary singer and actor.
Host: Cheri Preston
Producer: Colin Tipton