This program is about 1 hour long
(Rochester, Michigan: Gary Tuchman) The poll position examined; scenes shown from political rallies where many spectators criticized the bias of the "liberal" media and polls. [vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - campaigns.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Columbus, Ohio: John King) The shift for Romney after the debate, how Romney needs to make gains among white middle class women in Ohio, the poll indications of a polarizing vote and why Obama is using the Bird Bird strategy discussed. [CNN's Gloria BORGER - talks about suburban women supporting Obama and how Ann Romney may campaign for that married women vote.]
(Studio; Wolf Blitzer) Excerpts from the Romney interview presented. [ROMNEY - criticizes Obama on the economy; comments on vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan's debate this week with Vice President Joe Biden; addresses the "47 percent".]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Democratic strategist Bill Burton and "New York Times" columnist Ross Douthat about the 2012 election campaign. [BURTON - explains the poll findings indicating a Romney boost from the debate: that race has remained stable.] [DOUTHAT - comments on the swing states, the post-debate bounce, how Romney has kept his tax plans vague.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The shooting of an activist teen by the Pakistani Taliban; the massive protests in Athens, Greece, upon the visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel; the defacing of a Mark Rothko painting in London and an 84-pound catfish reported.
(Sanjay Gupta) CNN's attempts to interview someone from the NECC company shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; No location given: Sanjay Gupta) The situation at the NECC and what compounding pharmacies do with medicines discussed; scenes shown from outside the compounding center with waste behind the area; details given about what compounding facilities do and how they are not overseen by the FDA.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Elizabeth Cohen) A report on non-sterile conditions at compounding facilities, the political pressure against publishing guidelines for compounding pharmacies discussed. [In 2003 hearings on CSPAN, Sarah SELLERS- says the industry is unregulated.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; College Station, Pennsylvania: Jason Carroll) What the abuse victims said in court today quoted, Sandusky's demeanor in court while he still maintains his innocence and the possible grounds for an appeal discussed. [Outside, defense attorney Joe AMENDOLA- says Jerry may not have committed these acts.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The plea from Abu Hamsa al-Masri to terrorism charges in Yemen; the case of Afghanistan veteran Mike Rioux, who finally got full disability coverage from the V.A. and a return of a missing dog to its Georgia owners after 5 years reported.