This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Stevens' stepfather Robert Commanday about his stepson. [COMMANDAY - speaks about the president's speech at the body transfers about the legacy for Chris; states Chris loved Libya and what he meant to the Libyan people.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The eruption of violence in the Arab world reviewed; scenes shown from several countries, including Tunisia.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Arwa Damon, Ben Wedeman and Fran Townsend about the attacks in Libya and Egypt. [DAMON - says a second attack took place at a different second location and the role of the February 17 Brigade; comments on the presence of extremist armed militias.] [From Cairo, WEDEMAN - comments on the running battle near the American embassy in Cairo, the nature of the young men called "ultras," who are hooligans clashing with the police.] [TOWNSEND - says the focus in Libya has been pro-Muammar el-Kadhafi loyalists and now extremist Islamists.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and Rich Galen about the campaign and Obama's foreign policy. [GALEN - comments on Williamson's comments about Obama and the Arab world; offers views on the Obama-Netanyahu relationship and the Israeli sense of Obama wanting to appear evenhanded in the Middle East.] [BEGALA - agrees we have to protect our embassies better; comments on the Republicans' general attack on foreign policy when Romney should be talking about the economy; offers views on Ryan's criticism of Obama on Israel.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Dan Lothian and Jim Acosta about unemployment and the 2012 campaign. [At the electronic board, KING - says President Obama is most vulnerable on this issue; shows the levels of unemployment in key battleground states.] [ACOSTA - explains the position of the Romney campaign of unemployment.] [At the White House, LOTHIAN - comments on the status of the jobs bill and what the administration is saying about jobs.]
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The ongoing violence in Syria; the evacuation of the University of Texas at Austin and North Dakota State University due to bomb threats; the burial at sea of astronaut Neil Armstrong reported.
(Louisville: Gary Tuchman) The question of justice in the rape in Louisville, Kentucky, of teenager Savannah Dietrich outlined; scenes shown from her home where Savannah was assaulted after she passed out and the boys took pictures; details given from the trial transcripts of the sexual assault on the girl, the plea bargain offered to the boys of brief community service and the prosecution's criticism of the girl victim. [DIETRICH - recounts what happened to her; states she was told jail was out of the question in the case; reviews what she said on Twitter about the juveniles.] [Savannah's attorney Thomas CLAY - comments on the case in which Savannah's character was attacked by the prosecutor, who has a connection to the Trinity high school.] [Juvenile public defender Emily FARRAR-CROCKETT- says a victim has the right to say the names of her attackers.] [Jefferson County county attorney Michael O'CONNELL- comments on the argument.] The judge's decision to not accept the plea bargain, what the sentence will mean, how Savannah addressed the prosecutor in court and how the apologies from the boys were handled discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) A tentative agreement to end the Chicago teachers strike; the threat from Britain's royal family of a lawsuit against the French magazine that published topless pictures of Kate Middleton; the sale of the new Apple iPhone 5 reported.