This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Colorado: Casey Wian) The evidence linking Ebel's gun to the Clements shooting, the prison gang shakeup that might be related to the murder and what members of Ebel's family is saying about the story discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Pictures and video of Ebel at a boot camp in Samoa shown. [In interview, boot camp buddy Kurt FREY\ - says Ebel spoke about killing people like Hitler, that he carried a gun, was an angry person, who hated authority, how he was a scary individual.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and California attorney general Kamala Harris on the legal arguments about California's Proposition 8 that bans gay marriage. [TOOBIN - outlines the constitutional issue; gives the background of the justices.] [HARRIS - explains why we should allow same-sex couples to marry: that marriage is a fundamental right.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Knox lawyer Ted Simon about the Italian ruling. [SIMON - reviews the appeals court ruling, what the supreme court reviews, whether Knox will be required to be there.]
(Pittsburgh: Martin Savidge) The late March of snowy and stormy weather reviewed; scenes shown of snow in St. Louis, a wreck in Colorado, Dayton, Pittsburgh, airports and rain in the South. [MAN - comments.] The forecast for extreme weather discussed.
(Studio: Deborah Feyerick) The interview from imprisoned former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky about his child sex abuse conviction; the court appearance in Georgia about the shooting of a baby during a robbery; Ford's apology for an ad featuring bound women in the car trunk and a winner in the Powerball Lotetry and Anderson Cooper swimming with crocodiles for "60 Minutes" reported; ad photo shown. [On "Today," voice of SANDUSKY - questions the testimony against him.]
(No location given: Drew Griffin) The issue of the reality of high-speed rail and how much taxpayer money has been spent over the past four years examined; scenes shown of the train in Washington state. [Former Washington state transportation director Paula HAMMOND- defends the train and good travel between Washington and Oregon.] [In 2009, President OBAMA - speaks about high-speed rail.] [In response to questions, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHOOD - comments on the high-speed rail investments of 12 billion dollars.] How the money is being spent on trains, not necessarily high-speed rail, discussed.