In tonight's episode we examine the mother of all fender benders that happened between a jumob jet and a commuter plane on the runway at JFK airport in New York City. It's the third airline mishap in a matter of weeks. What does it mean? Should we worry? Then, to Japan and Libya on updates on the news there. Finally, we take a look at the debate over chocolate milk in schools and a film producer who believes he's found the very nails that were used to nail jesus to the cross.
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In tonight's episode, Gas prices are on the rise. We take a look at the impact of an eleven-cent price hike in just a week. Then, it's the aftermath of the severe weather that has been affecting the midwest, including an Iowa town that lost nearly 60 percent of it's buildings to tornadoes, but without a single injury or death. In the health world, a new study says that macular degeneration can be prevented with some simple foods.
In tonight's episode, the World News team reports on what could happen if there is a government shutdown. Elizabeth Vargas reports on a disturbing trend affecting certain a certain religious sect, and Linsey Davis tells us about new laws in Britain pertaining to teens and tanning beds.
In tonight's episode, Diane Sawyer looks into one company that plans to hire 50-thousand new employees in one day. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on an alarmingly high number of mistakes made by hospitals. Jonathan Karl looks into the budget battle in D.C. trying to discover what is holding things up. Then, Claire Shipman talks with Ted Kennedy's widow about life after his death.
In tonight's episode, Diane Sawyer talks with controversial governor Chris Christie as he takes on teachers unions and tenure. George Stephanopoulos talks about the possibility of a federal government shutdown and his interview with Speaker of the House, John Boehner. We also look into a new study on hormone replacement, and how continuous hugs are saving one small life.