Alysia Montano told Fredricka Whitfield why it was important to her to run the 800 meter race, despite being eight months pregnant.
Fredricka Whitfield and Mo Ivory discuss the new details that have emerged in the case of the Georgia dad who has been charged for the death of his son who was left in a hot car for hours. The dad's computer searches which include "How long it takes animals to die in hot cars", are raising more legal concerns.
Richard Herman explains the rights a California nanny holds when battling the family who fired her. She is now refusing to move out of the home and is on the Vexatious Litigant list and could actually sue her former employers, the Bracamonte family.