This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "The Guardian" newspaper's Glenn Greenwald and former Bush chief of staff Andrew Card about Obama's message about NSA data collection. [From Rio de Janeiro, GREENWALD - says many questions about the NSA data have been unanswered; states this collecting of data is spying and an invasion of privacy.] [From Boston, CARD - says Obama protected the ability for a president to have these tools; defends the collection of communications to better protect America; states Snowden is a criminal and should be held accountable with his acts not good for the US.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Drew Griffin) The message from attorney Jonathan Farmer, who says he represents Bruce, about the missing charity money, how the crime affects the victims of the Sandy Hook families discussed.
(Kentucky: Elizabeth Cohen) The story of what happened to the babies behind the walls of the Kentucky Children's Hospital and how the hospital now plans to resume heart surgeries without an explanation examined; photos shown of five babies that died after heart surgery. [Children died, Joequetta LEWIS, Sarah MOORE, FATHER, Kevin ALLEN - comment on what happened to their babies.] [Hospital executive Dr. Michael CARP- comments on the reopening.] How the hospital can reopen its program without oversight discussed.
(No location given: Sanjay Gupta) The story of Grant Virgin, whose brain was badly injured in a car wreck, presented; scenes shown of Grant in the hospital in a coma and a year after nearly dying; details given about the family's treatment of the son using high doses of Omega-3 fish oil. [Mother JJ VIRGIN- talks about her son's life, how the doctor said just to wait; recounts how her son came to talk quickly.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Sanjay Gupta) The extent of Grant's recovery, how Omega-3 works on the brain, which is made out of similar substances, the benefits of it as a supplement discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Further coverage of Grant Virgin's story on Dr. Gupta's show mentioned.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) An NTSB statement about how the pilots landed a Southwest plane at the wrong Missouri airport; a surgeon general's report on the dangers of smoking; the investigation into whether arms and legs found in a river belong to an autistic teen, Avonte Uquendo, who disappeared in October; Starbucks' update of its app due to security concerns reported.