This program is about 1 hour long
(Boston: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Dana Bash, Jessica Yellin, Gloria Borger and David Gergen about the IRS and the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya. [BASH - explains why acting IRS commissioner Steven Miller got fired, but will still testify on Friday even though he may face a criminal probe; states two "rogue" IRS agents have been disciplined.] [YELLIN - says CIA staff made changes to the talking points in e-mails about the Benghazi attack.] [BORGER - says Benghazi was a CIA outpost so the real problem was between the State Department and the CIA.] [GERGEN - says the Obama administration has taken good first steps in both issues; comments on the complexity of the Libya e-mails, so the issue is diminishing in size; offers perspective on the IRS issue.]
(Boston: Drew Griffin) The manhunt for the Tsarnaev brothers reviewed; scenes shown from April 19 Watertown shootout with radio audio played; details given about the likelihood officer Richard Donohue was hit by a police bullet; scenes shown from the Watertown shooting scene. [Watertown resident Andrew KITZENBERG- talks about the gunfire.] [Watertown resident Harry O'HANNESSIAN- shows police bullet holes in his house.] [University of New Haven professor John DeCARLO- talks about "contagion shooting" in a war zone.] The investigation of "contagion shooting" and the shooting of an unmarked SUV as well as the houses discussed.
(Boston: Anderson Cooper) The reports on the investigation of Katherine Russell, the widow of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, noted. [CBS reporter John MILLER - says the bottom line was Russell was living in a house where bombs were being assembled; comments on the overseas connections during Tamerlan's visit to Russia; notes the "fog of war" shooting in Watertown.]
(Boston: Anderson Cooper; Cleveland: Randi Kaye) The health of the three women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, and what Castro's attorneys are saying the case discussed. [Castro attorney Craig WEINTRAUB, Jaye SCHLACHET- say the media has portrayed Ariel as a demon/monster.]
(Boston: Anderson Cooper) The recovery of dance instructor Adrianne Haslet-Davis, who lost a foot in the bombing, featured; scenes shown of her rehab therapy and her new everyday life. [HASLET-DAVIS - describes what happened when the bomb went off taking her foot; says she will dance again; talks about going out into the real world, going back to Boyleston St.] [In today's interview, HASLET-DAVIS - says she is doing better everyday; recounts the effect of having a fall.]
(Boston: Isha Sesay) The death penalty phase of the Jodi Arias trial; the prison sentence in North Korea for American Kenneth Bae and the work on the Washington Monument damaged in the 2011 earthquake reported.