This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Chad Myers) The status of Tropical Storm Arthur as it nears hurricane strength reviewed and its route up the East coast previewed; weather maps shown.
(Washington: Jim Sciutto) The fear of new undetectable bombs being smuggled on airplanes flying from international airports to the US examined; details given about changes in security, Al Qaeda's refinement of bombs. [RAND Corp. Seth JONES- talks about Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and bombs.] Photos shown of master bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri. [Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael CHERTOFF.- comments on the risk of flying.] The challenges for overseas airports discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge about the threat. [RIDGE - comments on the threats using a new technique by a sub-group out of Syria, on the new security measures and how "they" will look for new techniques.]
(Murrieta, California: Kyung Lah) The protests in Murrieta, California, against housing migrants from Central America in the town featured; scenes shown of the demonstrations outside San Diego; details given about the problem of illegal children being bused to smaller town in the Southwest and West. [Residents Shirley WRIGHT, Terry MASON- say it is a dumping ground.] [Border Patrol union Ron ZEMERNO- comments.] A case of H1N1 flu discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live interview held with Murrieta Mayor Alan Long. [LONG - talks about peaceful protest to turn the buses around, but the problem is in Washington, DC; states it is a numbers issue.]
(Studio: John Berman; Jerusalem: Ben Wedeman) The Israeli air strikes aimed at Hamas targets in Gaza, the death of the Palestinian teenager that seems to be a revenge killing discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) An address by Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki offering amnesty for tribes; the shootings in New Orleans that killed a woman; the burst of a water pipe on a Qantas plane and the early celebration in Boston of July 4 due to coming bad weather reported.
(Marietta, Georgia: Martin Savidge) The case of the incident in which 22-month-old Cooper Harris died in his father's car in Georgia on a hot day reviewed; details given about initial criticism of the legal authorities, the fact that Justin Harris and his wife researched car deaths and whether the death was accidental or murder. [Two WITNESSES - describe what happened.] [Friend Carol BROWN- speculates about the issue.] Tomorrow's probable cause hearing and the issue of motive discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Callan, Sunny Hostin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and about the Harris case. [CALLAN - lays out the evidence creating a legal case for negligence against Harris.] [HOSTIN - suggests we will hear from character witnesses at the hearings.] [GERAGOS - speculates on evidence and whether Harris will get bond.] [CALLAN, HOSTIN - debate the negligence issue.]
(No location given: Drew Griffin) A new law in California that allows for a revolving door due to prison overcrowding in the state examined; scenes shown of the arrest of sex offender Jack Turner; details given about the AD 109 law that calls for realignment of where prisoners serve time. [TURNER - comments on brief arrests.] [Parole supervisor Susan KANE - says she feels at a loss about doing her job: we cannot protect the community.] [Undersheriff John PICONE, Judge Richard GIULIANI - cite overcrowding and releasing parolees.]
(Studio: John Berman; studio: Drew Griffin) How the state of California is punishing the whistleblower for talking to CNN last year discussed.