This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and former prosecutor Sunny Hostin about this legal case. [GERAGOS, HOSTIN - offer views on why the judge may recuse herself or why O'Mara would want her off the case.] [GERAGOS - suggests sealed records help the defense; explains how he wants to know what the prosecution has and will cross-examine the client.] [HOSTIN - speculates on a decision to unseal the records.] [GERAGOS, HOSTIN - predict Zimmerman could get bail, but may not have the money.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jessica Yellin) The sordid details out of Colombia after a dispute over payment to a prostitute, what happened next, the "what ifs" about agents getting involved with prostitutes and how the White House would like to move on but the president has to show leadership during an election year discussed. ["In the President's Service" author Ronald KESSLER - says Secret Service management has a lax attitude as in the Salahi case; blames director Mark Sullivan for not seeming to care and showing favoritism.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview with US Ambassdor to U.N. Susan Rice about Assad and the killing in Syria. [RICE - says we should be exceedingly skeptical about what Assad has said, how pressure from Russia and China led to Assad's agreement to the Annan plan; asserts Assad and his representatives have lied and it is action that matters; comments on the complexities in Syria; responds to what Mitt Romney has said about the administration's handling of North Korea.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The start of the trial in Norway of Anders Breivik for killing 77 people last year; the murder charges in Tulsa, Oklahoma, against Alvin Watts and Jake England; the deaths in Woodward, Oklahoma, from weekend tornadoes; the trip of the space shuttle Discovery to the Smithsonian Inst. and NASA images of a fireball on the sun reported; fireball eruption shown. Isha's new CNN program discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) The paparazzi targeting of Pippa reviewed; scenes shown of the royal wedding that made her an instant favorite for photographers with many photo shown. [In interview, P. MIDDLETON - talks about her skiing.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Isha Sesay) How Pippa is at the mercy of the relentless paparazzi discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The Congressional hearings into lavish spending at a GSA conference in Las Vegas in 2010; the Senate rejection of the "Buffett Rule" on tax levels for millionaires and billionaires and a the theft of a penguin from Sea World Australia reported; hearings shown. [At hearings, former GSA head Martha JOHNSON - answers questions about bonuses.] [Representatives Darrell ISSA, Jason CHAFFETZ- question Johnson about unacceptable practices.]