Instant Index: Baby Faith Born 4 Months Premature Weighing 15 Ounces Now Thriving

Diane Sawyer reveals the top stories people have been buzzing about this week.
1:23 | 08/29/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Baby Faith Born 4 Months Premature Weighing 15 Ounces Now Thriving
Our "instant index" begins with a tiny hand holding on for dear life to a doctor's finger in a green surgical glove. Do you remember back in march when a baby was born four months premature weighing 15 ounce, less than a pound of bread? Are you ready? There she is five months later, a perfect little girl, one of the tiniest ever to survive. Doctors had little hope but her mother had a dream that god would take care of her and named the baby faith. Also tonight are you ready for the new survey of the people we just love to hate? The reputation institution says once again right at the bottom of our list, congress has the worst reputation. Five years after the financial crises, banks are a close second. And we don't like our cell phone and cable companies much either. A full disclosure, by the way, journalists don't exactly get a valen tien. We have proof tonight that this is still a large planet with some very strange traditions. Yesterday a little spanish town did what they've done every year for 68 straight years. They choose a day in which neighbors pelt neighbors with tomatoes. It's the peak of the harvest and a traditions that draws tense of thousands. They even set up portsable showers all over town when it's

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