This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash) The responses from Reid's office about Romney's taxes, how Reid knows what he is doing to keep the issue of Romney's taxes in the news, the issues of Reid's sources on Romney'sax returns discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with cNN's Paul Begala and Mary Matalin about Reid's charges about Romney's taxes. [BEGALA - defends Reid; raises the taxes issue: that Romney is hiding his tax returns.] [MATALIN - calls Reid's attack a sad thing; states this is a distraction from the campaign.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with National Behavioral Intervention Team director Brett Sokolow, threat assessment expert Barry Spodak and Virginia Tech shooting victim's father Peter Read about the background to the Aurora shooting. [SPODAK - explains how threat assessment teams' work and need to think through broader implications to gather information; outlines what could be looked at in the individual's life.] [SOKOLOW - says Dr. Fenton alerted the BETA team at the university and that information is protected so the BETA team could do some things.] [READ - talks about the privacy laws; states we need to collate information for educational purposes in threat assessment to mitigate risk.]
(Washington: Dana Bash) The loophole examined. [Senators Scott BROWN, Kirsten GILLIBRAND - want transparency.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana bash) What happened in Congress today with the passage of legislation to close the loophole making spouses/children report transactions discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) A fatal crash of a double-decker bus on an Illinois highway; the indictment of a Georgia woman, Andrea Sneiderman, for the murder of her husband; the restoration of Katherine Jackson as guardian of Michael Jackson's children and the world's largest cupcake mosaic in Singapore reported.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The arrest in Spain of three suspected Al Qaeda terrorists; the Ebola outbreak in Uganda; a close call in Washington, DC, for three US Airways planes; a bulldog filled with porcupine quills reported; quill and cactus dogs shown.