Instant Index: Neil Armstrong's Official Quote 44 Years Later

Diane Sawyer reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
1:21 | 06/04/13

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Our "instant index" tonight has a white knuckle moment at the top for some fishermen in southern california. Imagine seeing this on the other end of your line. A mako shark, 12 feet long, eight feet wide, as one fisherman put it, 1,300 pounds of nightmare. It took two hours to reel him in. Paraphrasing steven spielberg, is it safe to go back in the water? The fishermen think so. They're going back out again tomorrow. And a farewell to a football legend. Deacon jones, the hall of famer who elevated this into an art form. Even came up with a new word for it. He was born david jones, called himself deacon, saying in a sport that violent, he wanted a name that had religious. Deacon jones was 74. And it's official, everyone, 44 years after neil armstrong stepped on the moon, what he really said was one small step for a man. Listen. That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. Even if you can't hear it, a new study says buried in that tape is man." Armstrong has always insisted he said "a man." And coming up next here, they may not really fly, but

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