This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former CIA agent Bob Baer and national security consultant Fran Townsend about Libya. [On phone, TOWNSEND - comments on the e-mails sent to the State Department about events on the ground in Libya; explains the role of extremist fighters going to other countries like Libya.] [BAER - explains the significance of the suspect being a Tunisian: indicates we are dealing with a regional organization.] [KELLY - talks about the role of Al Qaeda in Iraq.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Senator John McCain about Libya. [McCAIN - talks about an Al Qaeda group being behind the attacks on the consulate; comments on the facts and the contradictions within the government and Congress has been told nothing by the government.] [Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - talks about the complexity of the attack.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Iowa: Jim Acosta) The concern of the Romney camp over the Mourdock statement discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Dan Lothian) The approach of President Obama's campaign to the Mourdock issue and linking women's health issues to Romney and the Republican Party discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Senator John McCain about the statements from Indiana Congressional candidate Richard Mourdock about rape and pregnancy. [McCAIN - talks about his support for Mourdock.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Alex Castellanos and Gloria Borger and women's rights advocate Sanrda Fluke about the impact of what Mourdock said on the presidential election. [BORGER - says the Romney camps feels the story will not have a major impact; comments on the gender gap in the presidential election and what Romney needs to do to balance out the gap so Romney has come across as more moderate.] [CASTELLANOS - says it is just a distraction for the Romney campaign; explains it is clear what Mourdock meant; indicates Romney has been closing the gender gap with women.] [FLUKE - comments on Romney's position on abortion.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) A car bomb attack in Damascus, Syria, as plans for a cease-fire agreement were announced; a Justice Department lawsuit against Bank of America over its mortgage policies; the impact of Hurricane Sandy on Jamaica and the 85 mph speed limit on a Dallas highway reported.