This program is about 1 hour long
(Rome: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Vatican analyst John Allen and Father Edward Reck about the next pope. [ALLEN - explains the divisions in the conclave over business management: the old guard vs, reformers; outlines what "reform" means at the Vatican; notes there is no frontrunner and the pope job description.] [RECK - says a reformer is needed: Franciscan Sean O'Malley, who would be totally new; comments on Dolan.]
(Vatican: Tom Foreman) A computer simulation of the Sistine Chapel, which is where the cardinals will select a new pope, presented; scenes shown to illustrate the voting process.
(Rome: Anderson Cooper, Chris Cuomo) Some papal contenders, including Timothy Dolan, and the church issues needing reform, discussed.
(Rome: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and "Newsweek" editor Michael Moynihan about the legal issues with the drink ban. [TOOBIN - calls the legal decision terrible: the ban is reasonable; comments on Bloomberg's prior bans, including smoking in bars/restaurants; notes government regulations can be for people's own good.] [MOYNIHAN - explains the inequities in the Bloomberg soda ban.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with reporter Norah O'Donell and "Fortune" magazine editor Pattie Sellers about Sandberg's views on women. [O'DONNELL - assesses Sandberg's view of an ambition gap, how she is asking why there are less women in leadership roles and there is a strong reaction to her message; notes Sandberg is at the pinnacle of her success and has a tough message for working women.] [SELLERS - comments on the backlash against Sandberg and on her strategic views; compares how men and women view power in the workplace.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The death of two Americans by machine gunning in Afghanistan; North Korea's scrapping of the 1953 armistice agreement that ended the Korean War; an NFL deal to fight head injuries for football players and the huge "Saturday Night Live" ratings with Justin Timberlake hosting for the fifth time reported.
(Rome: Dan Rivers) The challenge of dressing the pope examined; scenes shown of Pope Benedict XVI, the making of the red shoes by a cobbler, where the robes are made, papal costumes for women. [Clothing shop owner Lorenzo GAMARELLI- comments on the robes.] [Gattinoni fashion director Gullelmo MARIOTTO- comments on dressing Benedict.]