This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: John Berman) Live exclusive interview held with Jonathan Vilma about a gay pro player. [VILMA - says people are resistant to change, that there are different dynamics in the locker room, his concerns about dealing with a gay guy in the locker room; reiterates no player before Sam has admitted to being openly gay.] [In interview, "Beautifully Unique Sparkleponies" author Chris KLUWE- says the older generation way of looking at things means it is the coaches and front offices to worry about; admits it will hurt Sam's draft status.]
(Washington: Randi Kaye) The bizarre relationship between Monica Lewisnksy and then-President Bill Clinton reviewed. [B. CLINTON - says he did not have sexual relations with that woman.] [In 1998, H. CLINTON - says the president has denied the allegations.] [August 17, 1998, B. CLINTON - admits a relationship with Lewinsky.] [In June, 2003, January 17, 2008, H. CLINTON - gives her reaction to the affair.]
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with author Carl Bernstein about Blair. [BERNSTEIN - says we have a lack of context in the presentation of the Blair material; says Hillary was voluble about her views on Monica; suggests Republicans may be trying to prevent Hillary from running.]
(Jacksonville: Martin Savidge) The trial in Florida of Michael Dunn for the murder of teen Jordan Davis because of loud music played in cars at a Jacksonville gas station featured; scenes shown from the courtroom where the medical examiner Stacey Simmons, Dunn's fiance Rhonda Rouer† and Dunn friend Randy Berry testified.
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin about the Dunn trial. [In Jacksonville, HOSTIN - says Dunn shot 10 times and drove away; assesses the character witnesses' testimony; explains why Dunn will have to testify to prove self-defense.]
(Charleston, West Virginia: Drew Griffin) The story of 15 little-known charities that claim to have sent medicine to Guatemala after millions of donations examined; scenes shown from Guatemala of the Order of Malta "office"; details given about the problems of tracking the donations. [HELPS International Richard GRINNELL- says he has never heard of 40 million dollars of medicine in Guatemala.] The investigation of Roy Tidwell and Cliff Feldman about the reported donations that cannot be found noted. The accounting in the world of charity discussed.