This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from former Senator Chris Dodd about the investigation quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Erick Erickson, Ron Brownstein and former Santorum spokeswoman Alice Stewart about Romney, tax, penalty and the presidential election campaign. [ERICKSON - says Romney should just call it a tax; notes the public support for repealing the mandate.] [STEWART - says there is a difference between Massachusetts and the national plan; criticizes Obama on taxes; states Romney wants to take the government out of health care.] [BROWNSTEIN - says it is difficult for Romney to contrast himself against Obama because of the Massachusetts mandate; states Obama needs to explain the insurance reform mandate concept.]
(Colorado Springs: Gary Tuchman) The fate of pets temporarily lost in the destruction of the wildfires examined; scenes shown of the animals at the Humane Society and pet owners recovering their pets. [Humane Society Jan McHUGH-SMITH- talks about caring for the animals after evacuation.] [Veterinarian Dr. Heather BECKER- talks about the stress on the animals.]
(Studio: Randi Kaye) The release by WikiLeaks of e-mails from Syria; the new bond for George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder case; the release from house arrest of the captain of the Costa Concordia cruise ship that capsized last January and the unintentional quick explosion of San Diego's fireworks reported; fireworks shown.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) Cruise's role in the church of Scientology examined; various scenes of Cruise shown, including his appearance on "Today" with Matt Lauer and his 2004 online speech; details given about the central lessons of the faith started by writer L. Ron Hubbard. [CRUISE - speaks about drugs, Scientology, SPs.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with "People" editor J. Heyman about Cruise, the divorce and Scientology. [HEYMAN - talks about Cruise and Holmes, who has moved back to New York and is seeking full custody as the primary parent; notes Tom was surprised by the divorce filing.]
(Studio: Randi Kaye) An Olympic Games security scare in Britain that was a false alarm; a terrorism arrest in Britain; the drop in housing mortgage rates; the firing of Florida lifeguard Thomas Lopez; a mermaid show in a Georgia aquarium reported.
(Phoenix, Arizona: Ed Lavandera) Marin's story reviewed; scenes shown of him likely swallowing something in court and of his house, later on fire; details given about the background, his raffle to sell his house, his publicity campaign playing into the Marin mystique, his escape from the burning house and his courtroom suicide. [Phoenix newspaper reporter Paul RUBIN- characterizes Marin.] [Forensic accountant Joe EPPS- talks about Marin's house's finance with the raffle a scam.] Marin's 911 call played. [Phoenix fire department investigator Jeff PEABODY- says Marin was wearing SCUBA gear.] [In hospital, MARIN - recounts escaping the fire.]