This program is about 1 hour long
(Chicago: Ted Rowlands) President Obama's visit to Chicago featured; scenes and photos shown. [OBAMA - speaks about Hadiya Pendleton, 443 murders in the streets of Chicago last year, single moms, wishing he had a father around.] [Slain teen's mother Annette HOLT- says violence has to change starting at home.] [Suspect's aunt Rhonda WARD, TEEN - comment.]
(Chicago: Chris Cuomo) Live interview held with CeaseFire Illinois founder Tio Hardeman about Chicago homicides. [HARDEMAN- reacts to Obama's Chicago visit; states we have to change the way generations think about this epidemic of violence in the gang lifestyle.]
(London: Jim Bolden) The unexpected meteor that hit Russia featured; scenes shown of the blinding flash of light, a sonic boom, flying debris, damaged buildings, shattered glass windows, glass-wounded people.
(Chicago: Chris Cuomo) Earlier interview held with Arizona State University professor Lawrence Krauss about the meteor; many images from Russia shown. [KRAUSS - explains how the meteor caused damage after coming through the atmosphere with amazing power via pressure waves thus blowing out windows.]
(Chicago: Chris Cuomo; Pretoria, South Africa: Robyn Curnow) The emotional court hearing for the respected paralympian Pistorius, who is accused of intentional murder, discussed; Pistorius photos shown.
(Studio: Randi Kaye) Representative Jesse Jackson's plea agreement on charges of misusing campaign funds; a dispute over the "Esquire" article on the Navy SEAL who shot Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden; Tiffany's suing of Costco for selling counterfeit rings and the interruption of a women's golf tournament in Australia by kangaroos reported; kangaroos shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with NRA president David Keene about guns and gun legislation. [KEENE- comments on gun restrictions during Hurricane Katrina; opposes the rush to pass legislation with debating it; suggests prosecuting criminals who use guns in the commission of a crime; offers views on universal background checks for private gun sales.]
(Chicago: Gary Tuchman) The Peacemakers Basketball League program in Chicago's South Side for rival gang members examined; scenes shown from the basketball court where the Gangster Disciples and Black Keystone gangs play ball in peace. [St. Sabina Church Rev. Michael 4PFLEGER- talks basketball for gangs and the need to offer options to cut the violence.] [Several PLAYERS - talk about being shot.] The basketball program discussed.