This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Pamela Brown) The statement from FBI chief James Comey that the Khorasan Group is still active with a terrorism plot in the US planned discussed; map shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A warning from the Iraqi prime minister of a terrorism plot against the subway systems in France & the US reported. [New York City Mayor Bill de BLASIO - says New York is safe.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The cycles in this subway plot, separate from the Khorasan plot, discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Recent discussion held with deputy asst. secretary of state Brett McGurk about the subway plot. [McGURK - talks about what is known about the plots against the US & France, what the Iraqi prime minister said & its need to be assessed.]
(Erbil, Iraq: Ben Wedeman) The questions about the Iraqi government in light of the ISIS attacks in which the attack survivors could not contact the army/government discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with retired Lt. Col. Rick Francona & former hostage negotiator Dan O'Shea about the lack of actions by the Iraqi army when the base was overrun. [FRANCONA - calls the lack of leadership appalling.] [O'SHEA - assesses the capabilities of the Iraqi army near Baghdad: there is nobody in charge while the Prime Minister is in New York.]
(Studio: Jim Clancy) A look inside life in Raqqa, Syria, which is under ISIS control, presented; scenes shown from a woman's video taken in March, including the women at an Internet cafe; details given about the situation in Raqqa now.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with global affairs analyst Bobby Ghosh & The Daily Beast's Kimberly Dozier about Raqqa, Syria & women there. [GHOSH - says22 the woman took an enormous risk to get this video out; states it is cult-like; comments on the situation in Iraq with the Prime Minister in New York & the army is failing.] [DOZIER - talks about women in the Muslim world.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with "New York Times" reporter David Kirkpatrick & "Wall Street Journal"'s Adam Entous about Saudi Arabia. [ENTOUS - outlines the Arab nations' approach in helping the Americans; says this is a patching up of the US-Saudi relationship[p.] [KIRKPATRICK - says Saudi Arabia has tried to pin the blame outside Saudi Arabia, which is the root of the Islamic state movement; explains how Saudi Arabia tries to export a version of Islam.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The UAE's first female fighter pilot Miriam al-Mansouri shown. [MANSOURI - talks about waiting to become a female fighter pilot.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Charlottesville, Virginia: Jean Casarez) The background of Jesse Matthew, who was investigated for assault in 2002 while he was a student at Liberty University, the status of the legal moves to bring Matthew back to Virginia & the authorities' requests for people to look at their own video footage discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Further coverage by Casarez in the next hour of AC360 noted.
(Studio: Randi Kaye) The resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder after 6 years; the apology from Ferguson, Missouri, police chief Thomas Jackson to the family of Michael Brown, who was shot & killed by police; a photo of a woman on a roof after an intruder entered her house reported. [JACKSON - addresses the Brown family.]