This program is about 1 hour long
(Queens: Deborah Feyerick) The dark neighborhoods in Rockaway after Sandy featured; scenes shown of LIPA workers on the job but unable to get the power on. [CUOMO - criticizes LIPA.] [Queens residents Jannick BROWN, Kenneth GONZALEZ- sum up the situation here.] The issue of looting in the darkened areas discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issues of safety and security noted. [In interview, councilman James SANDERS - says LIPA won't say when everyone will have power: it may take till Christmas; states LIPA must go.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A warning about fraudulent charities previewed.
(Staten Island: Drew Griffin) The fraud by pop-up charities in disasters like Hurricane Sandy examined; details given about the Internet domains using "Sandy" names. [SAN Security president Johaness ULRICH- says they try to trick people.] [Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance president Art TAYLOR - says we welcome public scrutiny.] [Convoy of Hope Jeff NENE- says there are good apples and bad apples in charities.] An e-mail "charity" using the CNN homepage and the criticisms of the Red Cross for using Sandy for funds going elsewhere discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Key charity websites named. [In recent interview, storm victim Joe INGENITO- says he patrols the block all night long to protect what little we have; states he will rebuild.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The medical relief in New York City and New Jersey from Doctors Without Borders USA noted. [Doctors Without Borders director Sophie DELAUNAY- says we decided to respond and fill in the medical gaps in the shelters in the Rockaways; talks about the plight of the storm victims without medicine.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Republican conservatives CNN's Mary Matalin and "Why Romney Lost" author David Frum about the future for the party. [FRUM - says the election changed the dynamics within the party with the Bush tax cuts expiring; states there has been a change in power dynamics due to problems within the Republican Party, who failed to deliver middle-class- oriented economics.] [MATALIN - says voters said they do not want taxes raised; agrees that closing tax loopholes will work.]