This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Ana Navarro and former spokeswoman for Rick Santorum Alice Stewart about the president and immigration. [BEGALA - comments on immigration, reform policy and Obama's positions then and now; criticizes Romney's position on the Dream Act.] [NAVARRO - says this was a popular move, but bypassing Congress could hurt in the long term.] [STEWART - comments on what Romney said today about Obama's bypassing policy.]
(Studio: John King) The politics of the immigration move examined; electronic map of the 2012 vote with a focus on Latino voters shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Dangerous Instincts" author Mary Ellen O'Toole and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the Sandusky trial; details given about the personality disorder defense issue. [O'TOOLE; by phone, GERAGOS - offer views on the defense strategy, the histrionic personality disorder, why Sandusky may testify in his own behalf.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Cairo: Ben Wedeman) What the dissolving of parliament means, the critical nature of the election for the power structure, where the Arab Spring protest is left discussed; inset video from Cairo shown. [Voice of "New York Times" David KIRKPATRICK- says the military elite is still in control so a political transition will be a long slog; speculates about the election.]
(Studio: Tom Foreman) The new call from the U.N. for peace in Syria; Hurricane Carlotta's course; Germany's solution of the "Forest Boy" hoax reported; weather map shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Drew Griffin) What actually happened to service dogs donated to SPCA International, how Crist is unavailable for CNN, the claims they are serving military members' dogs and cats with the 26,000,000 dollars, Crisp's pleas for donations during Hurricane Katrina donated and the settlement agreement she agreed to in California discussed. [October 11, 2011, CRISP - says SPCA international is supporting military personnel and their animals.] [Guidestar president Bob OTTENHOFF- talks about the money, the sources of the revenues and the SPCS organization.]
(Studio: Tom Foreman) An attempted break-in at the home of Philadelphia Representative Robert Brady; a judge's ruling that JetBlue pilot Clayton Osbon can stand trial for interfering with a plane flight in March; the status of actress Lindsay Lohan after exhaustion; the tightrope walk tonight over Niagara Falls reported.