This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Istanbul: Nick Paton Walsh) The sights and sounds of the unrest in the park after police pushed everything back and fired tear gas cannons discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Istanbul: Arwa Damon) The view from a hotel on the other side of the park with thick smoke from tear gas discussed; scenes shown of the gas-masked reporter reporting about the demonstration moments ago.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Christiane Amanpour, Ivan Watson) The questions about how the situation in Turkey will end, how this is a young generation of apolitical Turks who are frustrated with the prime minister, who has developed an authoritarian streak, discussed; inset video from Istanbul shown.. [Stanford University's Fouad AJAMI - characterizes Erdogan as a tough guy who was elected.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Istanbul: Nick Paton Walsh) The role of the police in Istanbul discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Istanbul: Nick Paton Walsh) The situation in the square in the park in Istanbul discussed; scenes shown of the standoff.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with national security expert Fran Townsend about Turkey; scenes shown from Istanbul. [TOWNSEND - outlines what the US administration has to do about the situation in Turkey, Erdogan's view it is terrorism and how things could escalate; outlines the political questions for Erdogan who needs a way out.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Hawaii: Miguel Marquez) The search of Snowden's apartment in Honolulu before the document leak was confirmed, the question of where Snowden's belongings are being kept, "The Guardian" report that Mills did not know about Snowden's activities discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The call from Senator Ron Wyden for hearings and the defense of the government programs by Senator Dianne Feinstein noted. [In interview, Representative Peter KING - says Snowden has damaged the country: a traitor or a defector; notes the enemy has been given details; suggests actions could be taken against reporters for disclosing national security matters.] [At hearings, WYDEN; national intelligence director James CLAPPER - talk about the data collection.]