This program is about 1 hour long
(New York: Nic Robertson) The admissions by the train operator Rockefeller examined; photos shown. [Assn. of Commuter Rail Employees Anthony BOTTALICO†- says Rockefeller is distraught over the accident.] [NTSB Earl WEENER†- comments on what Robertson said about his routine shift and sleep; states the brakes were working properly.] [Former transportation inspector general Mary SCHIAVO†- comments on the speed.] What Rockefeller's lawyer said about his "highway hypnosis" discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion help with sleep expert Michael Breus. [BREUS - says the question is what is the engineer's circadian rhythm and biological sleep; suggests he fell asleep with the curve coming up; sums up the factors that led to him falling asleep.]
(Studio: Chad Myers) The cold winter weather in the West reviewed; weather maps and Colorado snow video shown.
(Calabasas, California: Kyung Lah) The Porsche Carrera GT car examined; scenes shown from a test drive in California. [Porsche driver Michael WINEREDD- describes how the powerful car drives like a wild animal.]
(Studio: Rosa Flores) President Obama's insistence his health care law is working; North Korea Kim Jong Un's sacking of his uncle from a power position; the US Call for North Korea to release Americans Kenneth Bae and Merrill Newman; the charges in France against Bob Dylan for inciting hatred against Croatians and the auction sale of one of Princess Diana's dresses reported. [OBAMA - talks about the Affordable Care Act law.]
(Santa Ana, California: Stephanie Elam) The strange story of college professor Norma Esfarza, charged with a vicious murder of the man who raped her, reviewed; details given about the 1995 rape, the killing of rapist Gonzalo Ramirez and the murder charges against Esfarza. [Esfarza spokesman Caroline HELDMAN- says she did not participate in the killing.] [ESFARZA - comments on her fears.] [Orange County D.A's office Susan SCHROEDER- recounts what Esfarza was told about the case and why she is a co-defendant.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN legal analysts former prosecutor Sunny Hostin and defense attorney Danny Cevallos about the Esfarza case. [In-studio, HOSTIN - offer views on the rape and murder case.] [From Philadelphia, CEVALLOS - says if she was part of a murder conspiracy or if she was just present: the legal approach.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb about the survival story; scenes shown of Harrison underwater. [WEBB - describes what happens to someone underwater that deep with only an air pocket and about getting him out.]
(Studio: Rosa Flores) The finding that the airplane passenger suspected of having tuberculosis tested negative; the discovery off Hawaii of a Japanese World War II submarine; the revelation from Pope Francis he once worked as a bouncer in Argentina reported.