This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with Tennessee Republican Senator Corker about taxes. [CORKER - talks about his re-election, his pledge just to the oath of office, how Republicans are willing to look at revenue and entitlements, how Speaker of the House John Boehner and President Obama need to negotiate for a bill to pass the House, capping deductions, the Norquist tax pledge, how a possible agreement would look.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger and "New York Times" columnist Ross Douthat and "Rebuild the Dream" author Van Jones about Republicans, taxes and entitlement spending. [BORGER - says Republicans are talking about the semantics of a tax increase; comments on how President Obama can shape the future of the budget and spending priorities in this deal.] [DOUTHAT - emphasizes the significance of what Republicans are saying now: a big shift; suggests entitlements be on the table.] [JONES - suggests Democrats will not go for changes in Medicare/Medicaid/Social Security, that some spending cuts are on the table, but it will not be a 50/50 compromise.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Cairo: Reza Sayah) How Morsi's message is being reshaped to appease the people with a big protest scheduled for Tuesday discussed; inset protest video shown. [In interview, Freedom and Justice Party vice chairman Essam el-ERIAN- says the decrees are up to the president.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with "New York Times" Stephen Farrell and Woodrow Wilson Center's Robin Wright about Egypt. [WRIGHT - offers context of Morsi's moves in a region polarized between Islamic and secular forces; suggests this is growing pains in Egypt with a new, unknown president who helped set up a cease-fire for Gaza.] [FARRELL - says the questions are the motivations behind Morsi's actions; comments on Morsi's role in Gaza.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) US Ambassador to U.,N. Susan Rice's meeting with critics about the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya; a statement to the "New York Times" from the anti-Islam filmmaker Basseley Nakoula and the request from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg for Congressional billions for the cleanup after Hurricane Sandy reported.
(Sacramento: Kyung Lah) The impact of corruption in Bell led by high-paid police chief Randy Adams and city leaders examined; scenes shown from the town and where Adams lives in Silicon Valley; details given about the corruption hearings, the Adams e-mails negotiating the terms of his job to take Bell's money and Adams' pension request for his one year of service. [Police Sgt. James CORCORAN - criticizes the police chief.] [Bell resident Denise RODARTE- calls Adams corrupt.] [City manager Doug WELLMORE- says Adams seeks severance: outrageous.] [In Simi Valley, ADAMS - offers denials to the characterizations.] [California Public Employees Retirement System Robert GLAZIER- criticizes what Adams is trying to do.] The view of Bell residents of Adams' spiking his pension and how Adams got the chief's job discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) A new twist in the Casey Anthony case involving her Google searches; study on injuries from inflatable bounce houses and Powerball Lottery fever reported.