This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Ben Wedeman and Fran Townsend and Stanford University professor Fouad Ajami about the rage in the Middle East. [From Cairo, WEDEMAN - describes the atmosphere in Cairo with the video leading to the protests which are actually a fight between young men and security forces; comments on the dichotomy of messages coming out of Egypt in English and in Arabic; outlines the plans for tomorrow's protest in Cairo.] [TOWNSEND - comments on the role of men like Doherty and woods; speaks about President Obama's statement about Egypt that has been slow to issue a condemnation of the attack on the embassy.] [AJAMI - comments on the statement from the Muslim Brotherhood and the clash of values between the West and the Islamic world; says the anti-Muslim movie trailer is intended as a work of incitement and implicates the Jews, too; states the Muslim Brotherhood has come into power in Egypt, which has a history of anti-Americanism.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Arwa Damon, former CIA agent Bob Baer and retired Army Gen. David Grange about the situation in Libya. [Voice of DAMON - says Libya needs to address the issue of armed militias roaming the country and targeting western interests; gives the view of Libyans: appalled at what happened.] ' [Voice of BAER - talks about the groups and weapons across Libya leading to problems with an American investigation inside the chaotic country; predicts this will be a long conflict.] [Voice of GRANGE - talks about the four different power groups in Libya; says Libya wants Americans to be here.]
(Cerritos, California: Miguel Marquez) The investigation into the making of the anti-Islamic film that has had an impact in the Middle East featured; details given about the background of filmmaker Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, aka Sam Bacile, a convicted felon; scenes shown from outside his house in California. [MAN, actress Cindy GARCIA- comment on the mysterious filmmaker.] The deceptions by Sam/Nakoula, who is a Coptic Christian from Egypt, discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The announcement by Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke that the Fed will expand its quantitative easing policy to boost the economy; Stock Market Report and a memorial service for astronaut Neil Armstrong reported.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: John King) The close race in campaign 2012 reviewed; electronic map shown of the standings of Romney and President Obama in the battleground states; details given about Obama's small leads and the importance of the state of Ohio.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and gloria Borger about the presidential election campaign. [BORGER - says having vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan on the ticket may hurt in Florida.] [In studio, [GERGEN - assesses the poll figures on the people's view of the economy and the pressure on Romney to win the first debate; states Obama is running a better campaign.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Cairo: Ben Wedeman) The protesters in Egypt, who are young men looking for trouble, clashing with security forces discussed. ["New York Times" David KIRKPATRICK- comments on the American initiatives in Egypt and then getting no apology from Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi.]