Instant Index: New Law in China Lets Parents Sue Children for Not Keeping in Touch

Diane Sawyer reveals the top stories people have been buzzing about this week.
1:17 | 07/01/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: New Law in China Lets Parents Sue Children for Not Keeping in Touch
Enjoy the relief! How about this. Our "instant index" starts with a headline that will have a lot of american parents thinking. In coming years 35% of chinese will be elderly. A new law went into effect in china which says aging parents can sue their children for failing to stay in touch. The new law doesn't specify how often they have to call but it puts a new threat in the phrase phone home. The 100th tour de france is under way. Watch as a tiny white dog bolting out in front of a swarm of bikes pausing looking back at the owner. The owner tries to rescue him but the stampede is approaching. The dog and owner scamper off in the nick of time. By the way those psych lists were going 50 mile per hour and it's not the first time animals have gotten in the way. In 2010 goats went along for the ride. What is happening to the big stars at wimbledon, serena williams lost in three sets to a relative unknown sabine. Shocked at her win, she cried. Williams said do not call this an upset. She's just a great player.

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