This program is about 1 hour long
(No location given: Drew Griffin) The problems at the V.A. hospital in Pittsburgh examined; details given from a report that Legionella bacteria was found in the hospital's water supply, but the V.A. mishandled the water treatment leading to five veterans' deaths; scenes shown of federal guards keeping CNN out. [Senator Robert CASEY- calls it a betrayal.] [Victim Mitch Wanstreet's sister Sandy RILEY- talks about her brother.] [Victim William Nicklas' son David NICKLAS- comments.] The pay bonus for regional director Michael Mooreland despite the outbreak noted. [Representative Jeff MILLER - says someone needs to be fired.] The performance bonuses for V.A. directors despite the problem and how the deaths could have been prevented discussed.
(Studio: Randi Kaye) The new scandal at Rutgers University involving new athletic director Julie Hermann examined; details given about charges she was abusive to female volleyball players she coached at the University of Tennessee in 1997 and a lawsuit against Hermann by a former assistant coach; scenes shown from the assistant's wedding where Hermann talked about pregnancy. [At May 15, HERMANN - promises to treat young people with respect.] [Former UT athlete Kim OBIYALA- comments on Hermann.] The support for Hermann from former UT athletic director Joan Cronan and former asst. coach Kim Tibbetts quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN Sports Rachel Nichols and "The Star-Ledger" reporter Craig Wolff about the Rutgers story. [In studio, NICHOLS - offers perspective on the significance of the charges for Hermann being AD at Rutgers.] [WOLF - says there seems to a thread in the Hermann story: not remembering details.]
(Baltimore: Erin McPike) The fire on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship the Grandeur of the Sea featured; scenes shown of the scorched ship; details given about prior cruise ship problems this year. [Passenger Katie COLEMAN- described what happened.] What is next for the cruise ship passengers and how Royal Caribbean has handled the problem discussed.
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) Senator John McCain's meeting in Syria with rebel leaders; the search in Kentucky for the killers of Bardstown police officer Jason Ellis; the search of an Oregon high school after the arrest of a teen plotting a bombing; the discovery by Laura Mae Burlingame of a diary written by her Marine lover before he was killed in World War II.
(Atlanta: David Mattingly) The background to the trial of neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman for shooting Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012, in a gated community in Florida reviewed; scenes shown with 911 calls played and of marches in protest that led to Zimmerman being charged with murder; details given about the Stand Your Ground law in Florida. [Zimmerman defense attorney Mark O'MARA- talks about the case.] The unanswered questions about what happened that night reviewed. Why the defense wants a delay in the trial and the fight over what the jury will be able to see discussed.