This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash) The non-secure conference call between the White House and members of Congress about the use of chemical weapons by Syrian President Bashir al-Assad's regime, the impact of Britain's decision not to go and the unlikelihood of a call for the Congress to come back from vacation and a statement from Senator Bob Corker discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio discussion held with Stanford University professor Fouad Ajami, CNN's Fran Townsend and John King and The Daily Beast's Christopher Dickey about Syria. [AJAMI, DICKEY - talk about Obama's options in Syria and the specter of Iraq.] [KING - calls the vote in Britain "discouraging."] [TOWNSEND - predicts action will be taken because we cannot abide the use of chemical weapons.] [AJAMI - says the red line should have been Assad's use of air power.]
(San Diego: Drew Griffin) The unanswered questions in the kidnapping in DiMaggio's murder of Hannah's mother and brother and Kidnapping Hannah reviewed; details given about the Anderson family and James's financial problems. [Christine Anderson's uncle David BRAUN- says James was likely infatuated with Hannah.] [Hannah's friend Marissa CHAVEZ - comments on what James said.] [ANDERSON - says she is a survivor.] [San Diego County Sheriff Bill GORE- says Hannah is a victim in this crime.] [Christina's cousin Jennifer WILLIS- comments on the Anderson-DiMaggio relationship and Hannah should be left alone.] The police position that the case is closed discussed.