In this edition of Perspective...
The alleged shooter in the movie theater massacre mailed a notebook to the University of Colorado before the shooting. Investigators have been studying its contents to unearth details about his rampage. ABC's Dan Harris has more from Aurora, Colorado.
Jackson Family Drama
Three years after the death of Michael Jackson, public rifts are forming in his family, with siblings fighting over his will. His mother was erroneously reported missing last weekend and is now speaking out. ABC's Nick Watt has the details.
Laura Bush spent years in the political spot light, but these days she is enjoying time out of the public eye. ABC Senior Political Correspondent Jonathan Karl spoke to the former first lady in Washington about life after politics.
The Banking Debate
Critics of giant "too big to fail" banks have a powerful new ally. One of the pioneers of global mega-banks now says it's time to break them up. Sandy Weill who built Citigroup into a financial giant now says investment banking should be split apart from main street retail banks. More on the growing debate from ABC's Richard Davies.
Is renting the new reality? Even with record low mortgage rates, many Americans are choosing to rent instead of buy ... and we're not just talking about homes. Car ownership rates have also plummeted in recent years and now new, creative ways to rent all kinds of things are popping up everywhere. ABC's Melody Hobson has more.
Olympic Boxing in Cuba
After he won a gold medal for Cuba at the 1992 Olympics, boxer Joel Casamayor was given a bicycle by Fidel Castro, which he then traded for a pig so he could feed his family. That's just one story that helps explain why many Cuban fighters have defected over the years. But how did they get so good to begin with? ABC's Christiane Amanpour traveled to Cuba to find out.
It's been half a century since a 19 year old Mick Jagger and his Rolling Stones played their first gig at the Marquee Club in London. For more on the life of the rock icon, ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Bill Diehl caught up with the author of a new book about Jagger.
Host: Cheri Preston
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