This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with national security consultant Fran Townsend, Time.com's Bob Baer and former FBI agent Ali Soufan about the terrorism plot. [TOWNSEND - talks about the Al Qaeda m.o. on bomb attacks and the intelligence questions about what information to release.] [BAER - explains how the CIA handles a double agent as in this "brilliant" operation.] [SOUFAN - calls the CIA a operation phenomenal success in saving airplanes from getting blown up.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Fayetteville, North Carolina: David Mattingly) Earlier interview held with Harris about what he said about children with effeminate behavior. [HARRIS - says he should be more careful with his words; explains what he meant about affirming gender distinctions.] [Fayetteville church members Mary BATTIN, two MEN - defend the pastor.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The vote in North Carolina on same-sex relationships and the law noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; No location given: Martin Savidge) The developments in the Bain kidnapping case with the arrest of two Mayes family members, the questions about where Mayes could be in northern Mississippi, how their appearances could be altered and the long, close relationship between Mayes and the Bain family discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Teresa Mayes' sister Bobbi Booth about the kidnapping. [BOOTH - explains calling the sheriff's department about the bodies; states she has known "weird" Adam for 25 years; explains why her sister may have been involved; states Adam drinks, does drugs and is a loner who has never been on his own and may have had an affair with the Bain woman.]
(No location given: Drew Griffin) The investigation of a charity, the Disabled Veterans National Foundation, for disabled veterans featured; details given about how no money has gone to direct services for military veterans, CNN's tracking of its fund raising and its giving of free gifts gotten for free instead of cash. [In Baton Rouge, DVNF president Precilla WILKEWITZ- agrees to answer questions and then slams door.] [Alabama veterans center J.D. SIMPSON- lists what was donated to them.] The role of Quadriga Arts discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from Reagean Rivers about the role of the DVNF quoted
(Studio: Tom Foreman) A warning from Kofi Annan about the U.N. mission in Syria; a video of police beating a homeless man, Kelly Thomas, who died later; the apology from Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson for padding his resume and the death of "Where the Wold Things Are" author Maurice Sendak reported.