This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Boston journalist David Bernstein about Romney and his record on women in Massachusetts. [BERNSTEIN - talks about the MassGap project initiated by women when Romney was governor and what his record was on appointing women.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Virginia: Jim Acosta) The Romney campaign's approach today after the "binder" reference with an appeal to women voters and the role of women in high level positions with Romney discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Jessica Yellin) How this remark was unfortunate for Romney as per how he relates to working women and their sense of "outsiderness" and the Obama campaign's concern about his support among women, who will make the difference in his 2012 race, discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with David Frum and CNN's Fareed Zakaria about what Obama said about Libya. [FRUM - analyzes what Obama said in the Rose Garden speech: a general statement about "terror"; comments on the false narrative about the war in Libya.] [ZAKARIA - says Obama was referring to acts of terrorism; defines what "terrorism" is.] [FRUM, ZAKARIA - debate whether there is a government in Libya.] [ZAKARIA - talks about his special on gasoline and energy independence.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) Nike's dropping of its ties with cyclist Lance Armstrong over doping; the donation from actress Angelina Jolie to a fund to educate girls in Pakistan and Afghanistan in honor of the teenage activist who was shot by the Taliban; more deaths in the fungal meningitis outbreak and the sale on eBay of a 20-year-old jar of McJordan barbecue sauce reported.