This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with father Fran Murnaghan and aunt Sharon Ruddock† about the legal ruling for Sarah. [MURNAGHAN - talks about Sarah's lung allocation score, her chances of getting a donation in the next 10 days and the ruling from Sebelius.] [RUDDOCK - comments the donor system for kids and today's legal ruling.]
(No location given: Drew Griffin) The burning controversy over whether Chrysler Jeep Grand Cherokees and Liberties should be recalled due to fuel tanks catching fire examined; scenes shown of burned-out cars; details given from the government's letter to Chrysler. [Center for Auto Safety Clarence DITLOW- talks about the fire defect that burns children to death after rear impacts; states corporate ego is preventing a recall.] Chrysler's white paper defending the Jeep vehicles and criticizing the NHTSA position quoted. The options for NHTSA discussed.
(Washington: Erin McPike) CNN exclusive coverage of the incident in which First Lady Michelle Obama was disrupted by a heckler at a fund-raising event when she was speaking reviewed; scenes shown from Washington, DC; details given about the heckler's position on gay rights with the exchange between Michelle and Ellen Sturts played with cell phone video shown. ["Chicago Sun-Times" Washington bureau chief Lynn SWEET- recounts what happened.] President Obama's handling of a heckler two weeks ago shown. [White House press secretary Jay CARNEY- defends Michelle.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with "New York Times" Jodi Cantor about the heckling incident. [CANTOR - recalls a past event in which Michelle dealt with a heckler at the University of Chicago hospital; assesses Michelle's role at political events.]
(Baltimore: Randi Kaye) CNN exclusive coverage of the meeting of Boston bombing victim, Erika Brannock with Amanda North, the woman who saved her life after the explosion, presented; scenes and photos from the bombing site shown. [On Monday, BRANNOCK - shows the picture of "Joan."] [In Baltimore, BRANNOCK, NORTH, Erika's mother Carol DOWNING- comment on their meeting.] Their tearful reunion shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Amanda North. [NORTH - recalls last seeing Erika on the ground in Boston; comments on her actions that day: she was meant to be there to help; notes where her daughter was at the time of the two marathon bombings; shows her gifts from Erika.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fund for Erika listed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The collapse of a building in Philadelphia onto a thrift store; TSA's dropping of a plan to allow small knives on planes; the claim for the Powerball Lottery prize by 84-year-old Gloria Mckenzie reported.