This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: John Berman; Baghdad: Nic Robertson) The latest developments in Iraq with a cleric's call for a new government appealing to all groups with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki needing to step down, the ISIS recruitment video to appeal to young jihadists in Europe, the situation on the ground discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with New America Foundation's Anne-Marie Slaughter and former CIA/FBI agent Philip Mudd about Iraq. [MUDD - talks about the recruitment game. the question of US bombing against ISIS based on the American advisers there.] [SLAUGHTER - outlines what Maliki is doing, how dependent he is on Iran; comments on the Syrian civil war and what the US could do.]
(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.
(Baghdad: Anderson Cooper) Iraq's newest volunteers to fight against the militants featured; scenes shown of the volunteers wanting to get rid of ISIS. [Recruiting center commander Gen. Fadhil Abdul SAHIB- talks about training.]
(Minneapolis: Ana Cabrera) The widespread flooding in the Midwest featured; scenes shown from the University of Minnesota hospital medical center, flooding rivers, the collapsed hillside under the hospital building. [Minnesota Governor Mark DAYTON, Senator Al FRANKEN- comment on the flooding.] [Two RESIDENTS - react.]
(Washington: Dana Bash) The outrage over IRS claims to have lost crucial documents due to a computer crash examined; scenes shown of Congressmen questioning the IRS commissioner John Koskinen. [Representative Paul RYAN - wonders how IRS e-mails were lost.] [KOSKINEN- says the computer hard drive was destroyed and there are no secrets.] How the IRS is now being attacked by Republicans in a partisan manner discussed.
(New York: Susan Candiotti) The legal settlement with the five men imprisoned for the Central Park rape in New York City featured; details given about the "wilding" story of the 1989 rape of a white woman that led to the five black teens being found guilty, ipmrisoned till 2002 when the convictions were overturned after a confession by a serial rapist. [Two years ago, wrongly convicted, Yusef SALAAM†- comments on his story and being exonerated and the delays in compensation.] ["The Central Park Five" author Sarah BURNS†- says there were more rapes.]
(Studio: John Berman) Earlier interview held with author Burns about the settlement; Burns documentary excerpts played. [BURNS - says the settlement happened under the deBalsio administration wanting to right a miscarriage of justice; recalls the reaction in 1989 to this crime; comments on how the five men have handled it all.]
(Honduras, New York and studio: Rosa Flores) The story of a Honduran woman, Lesly, who emigrated to the US and left her family behind for two decades presented; scenes shown from Honduras. [In New York City, Lesly RODRIGUEZ- watches a DVD of the CNN interview with her parents.] How Lesly remained undocumented for decades and is afraid to go to back to visit Hunduras discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The widespread bonuses for top V.A. officials; the rescue in the Bavarian Alps of a trapped scientist; the video of a motorcycle accident in Florida.