This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Dana Bash) A possible compromise with House Republicans willing to go along with a short-term raising of the debt ceiling and the two political positions and "the trust deficit" discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Acosta) The Democratic position on the political issues of the debt ceiling and what Obama said about discussions after a clean debt ceiling is passed discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala, Rich Galen and Republican spokeswoman Alice Stewart about the Washington politics. [From Washington, BEGALA - says there are Democratic trust issues with Boehner; states the problem is the Republican view of keeping the government open.] [From Washington, GALEN - questions whether they really don't trust each other.] [From Little Rock, STEWART - criticizes Obama's approach to negotiations; outlines Boehner's view in the conversation.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Arab affairs analyst Robin Wright and CNN's Ben Wedeman about the suspension of aid to Egypt. [WRIGHT - explains the background to the decision due to the Egyptian government belligerency and Egypt's role in the Arab-Israeli peace process.] [WEDEMAN - examines the likely effect in Egypt, the Gulf states aid to Egypt that lessens the significance of US aid.]
(Studio: Stephanie Elan) New information about what was found in Miriam Carey's car after she led police on a chase; the recovery of human remains in the cruise ship Costa Concordia and how the 9-year-old boy snuck on the plane in Minneapolis reported.
(Georgia: Victor Blackwell) The strange circumstances around the death of high school student Kendrick Johnson reviewed; scenes and photos shown from the Lowndes County, Georgia, high school gym where Johnson was found dead. [In CNN exclusive interview, Kenneth JOHNSON - says Kendrick was murdered in the gym.] [Former FBI agent Harold COPAS - talks about the evidence that was not checked.] [In May, Lowndes County sheriff's department Lt. Stryde JONES- says the blood was not Johnson's and was not fresh.] [Sheriff Chris PRINE- says the case is closed.] The investigation of Johnson's death, what the school superintendent has said, what the US attorney Michael Moore has said about a possible criminal investigation discussed. Upcoming Items
(Studio: Anderson Cooper)