This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Dallas: Ed Lavandera) Medical information that the Munoz fetus is abnormal in several ways and the family position on taking her off life support at John Peter Smith Hospital discussed; Munoz attorney quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with ob/gyn Dr. Lisa Masterson, former prosecutor Sunny Hostin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the Munoz case. [By phone, MASTERSON - talks about the medical condition of the fetus and the need for a legal decision.] [HOSTIN - says this belongs in a courtroom because the Texas law is murky.] [From Los Angeles, GERAGOS - says the hospital has no duty to keep her alive and the law was passed to redefine abortion.]
(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The rush by politicians for money examined; scenes shown from a breakfast fundraiser for Florida Governor Rick Scott hosted by the Principi Group; details given about how PACs pay for political campaigns. [Former Shell Oil president John HOFMEISTER - talks about the law and politics and how it is an endless process of being hit on for money: there is a price for not paying; agrees it is extortion.] [Hoover Inst. "Extortion" author Peter SCHWEITZER - calls it a feeding frenzy by politicians and business companies have to play ball with them. extracting donations.] A Florida contract to the Principi Group noted. How the political money is used as slush funds for politicians discussed.
(Plymouth, Massachusetts: Chad Myers) The monster winter storm reviewed; scenes shown of accidents on the East coast, snow clearing, sledding, the football stadium where the Super Bowl will be played, the Massachusetts shore. The cold and snow and the danger of icy roads discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Jean Casarez) The tragic fire in a mobile home in which the boy and his grandfather died discussed; photos shown. [VROOMAN- talks about what happened.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Beijing: David McKenzie) The law and the practice of the law in China, what the police were telling them and the government response to complaints discussed; scenes shown of the video of McKenzie being handled by police.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash) The CNN efforts to clarify Rogers' remarks about Snowden maybe being a Russian spy discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The USOC's warning of a terrorist attack at the Olympic Games next month in Sochi, Russia; a blast by Iran's foreign minister against the White House characterization of the US-Iran nuclear deal; what Toronto Mayor Bob Ford said about his latest drinking rant and monster waves in Oahu, Hawaii, reported. [To CNN, Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad ZARIF- outlines what we agreed to: not to dismantle nuclear facilities.]