This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A global terrorism alert from the State Department noted. Live discussion held with CNN's Peter Bergen and Fran Townsend and former FBI agent Steve Moore about Kenya and terrorism. [TOWNSEND - explains the international arrest order for Lewthwaite; states an attack like this is unlikely inside the US and how soft targets are dealt with.] [BERGEN - says he would be surprised if women were among the attackers because of group misogyny; comments on Al Shebab's limited capabilities inside the US.] [MOORE - says 8 FBI agents in Nairobi is not enough to go over the Kenya crime scene.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The precedents for female terrorists examined; details given about "black widows" in Chechnya, women in Northern Ireland's IRA like Rose Dugdale, female terrorists in Arab-Israeli conflicts, Patty Hearst and "Jihad Jane" in the US.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; California: Drew Griffin) The California rehab racket at 19 clinics examined; scenes shown of Diana Dooley, the secretary California health and human services agency, first refusing to speak to CNN about the fraud and then saying allegations are being investigated. [August 2, California health care services director Toby DOUGLAS - stammers about the clinics investigation.]
(Sacramento, California: Drew Griffin) The hearings, investigations and CNN investigations this summer on MediCal fraud in California examined. [DOUGLAS - apologizes for the system not working well.] [California state representative Dr. Richard PAN- promises ongoing work on the problem.] The reasons for change in the state approach to the fraud previously ignored discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) A US-Russia agreement on a draft resolution for dealing with chemical weapons in Syria; the rejection by Syrian rebels of an interim government; an historic meeting of Secretary of State John Kerry with his Iranian counterpart; the discovery of gems in a plane that crashed on a glacier in France 60 years ago reported.
(Jacksonville, Florida: Gary Tuchman) The Florida case of Marissa Alexander, sentenced to 20 years for firing a gun near her abusive husband, Rico Gray, reviewed; details given about the state's stand your ground law and what Gray has said about the shooting incident. [In interview, ALEXANDER - describes the abuse from her husband, why she grabbed her gun in the garage: he threatened her; says she is fighting for her life.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) The legal status of Alexander's case in a new trial and the aggressive approach of the state to her case and appeal discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The autopsy on the body of the Washington Navy Yard shooter; the start of deliberations in the Michael Jackson wrongful death lawsuit against AEG Live and a British report of pilots sleeping in an Airbus plane reported.