This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Kate Bolduan) The Obama-Clinton partnership and friendship reviewed; scenes shown from their 2008 presidential election debate. [Clinton aide Philippe REINES- says initially she did not believe the Secretary of State offer and came close to turning it down; recalls how they became closer at a conference in Denmark.] ["Foreign Affairs" reporter Elise LABOTT- says we expected a division between the two.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King and Candy Crowley about the Obama-Clinton relationship. [CROWLEY - speculates about their seemingly good relationship; explains why she doubts Hillary will run for president in 2012.] [KING - says they formed a partnership where they both trust each other; speculates about whether she will run for president or want to get back on the campaign trail.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The clarity of Clinton's glasses to correct double vision after her fall noted.
(Vermont: Drew Griffin) The "high-speed" rail in Vermont that is hardly used and is only slightly faster than the old train but got "high-speed" rail stimulus money featured; scenes shown of the first train all day with just 11 people getting off. [Passenger Andrew MENKE- says it takes 9 hours by train: not fast.] [Vermont agency of transportation Trini BRASSARD- talks about the rail's speed and ridership.] [Cato Inst. fellow Randal O'TOOLE- explains why Vermont got the project.] Why more money is being spent on the Vermont rail project and how none in the project reach high speed despite billions being spent discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Sebastian Junger, director of "Which Way is the Front Line From Here," with film excerpts shown. [JUNGER - explains why he did the film about Tim's tragic story, Tim's view of men in combat, what Tim was like in the field with the soldiers, how he thought situationally.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) CDC warning about a new strain of the norovirus; the Florida appeals court's throwing out of two convictions of Casey Anthony of lying to police about the death of her daughter; the Stock Market Report and the auction of a rare photo of Diane Spencer before she became a princess.