This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Chris Cuomo; studio: Chad Myers) The ship's route out of Galveston, its loss of power, being towed into the Mobile Bay channel reviewed and the impact of currents on the ship discussed.
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) Live discussion held with ship passengers via cell phones. [Passengers Kayla and Eric ROBLES- describe what happened the night of the fire, the smelly sanitary conditions; comment on the Carnival offer of compensation.] [In port, passenger's sister Tricia DUHON, mother Theresa GASPARD- comment on their communication with Kayla.]
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) A live shot of the ship shown.
(Studio: Chris Cuomo; studio: Sanjay Gupta) The health conditions on the cruise ship discussed.
(Studio: Chris Cuomo; Mobile: Erin Burnett) The timetable for the docking of the ship as it inches towards Mobile, the unsanitary conditions on board, where the passengers will go after reaching port discussed.
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) Live interview held with ship teenage passenger Haley Meyer. [MEYER - says the conditions on board are stressful; comments on contacting her friends today.]
(Studio: Chris Cuomo; studio: Sanjay Gupta) The conditions on board the cruise ship especially for the young and the elderly discussed.
(Johannesburg: Robyn Curnow) The murder charge against South African paralympian runner Oscar Pistorius in the death of his model/girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp featured; Pistorius and Steenkamp photos and his gated community shown. [Uncle Mike STEENKAMP- comments on Reeva's death.] The rumors about why Pistorius shot his girlfriend and the sense of disbelief about Oscar's character discussed.
(Studio:Susan Hendricks) A plot in Washington by two fifth graders to murder a classmate; Republicans' blocking of the Senate vote to nominate former Senator Chuck Hagel to be Secretary of Defense; the fine for Transocean for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and a steak for Banana Joe after he won best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show reported; dog shown.
(Studio: Chris Cuomo) Live discussion with former Carnival officer "The Truth About Cruise Ships" author Jay Herring about the cruise ship nightmare and the industry. [HERRING - explains the risk of using lifeboats to transfer passengers to a working ship; talks about life on the Carnival Triumph, how Carnival wants a clean safety record.]