This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former CDC disease detective Dr. Seema Yasmin & Mt. Sinai Hospital Dr. Peter Shearer@ about the Duncan/Dallas Ebola case. [SHEARER - talks about staff education.] [YASMIN - talks about CDC guidelines for health care workers.]
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) An Ebola scare on a US Airways plane; the State Department caution bulletin; the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai% along with an Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi% reported.
(St. Louis: Sara Sidner) The protests in St. Louis over the shooting of armed black teenager Vonderrit Myers by police featured; scenes shown of the crow clashing with police; details given about the August 9 shooting in Ferguson of unarmed teen Michael Brown, the police officer's clash with Myers & racial unrest in the area. [Police Chief Sam DOSTON@- comments on the unrest.] [PROTESTER - comments.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Charles Blow & about the Missouri police & University of Missouri-St. Louis professor David Klinger the black community. [BLOW - says the people there feel some level of oppression.] [KLINGER - says the fringe is driving a lot of this: outside exploiters & we need to disentangle the two incidents.]
(Hammond, Indiana: Susan Candiotti) The outrage over possible excessive use of force by police in Hammond during the traffic stop examined; video shown; details given about officer Lt. Pat Vicari@, who has been sued in the past over excessive force issues. Mayor Thomas McDermott quoted about the police. [Vicari's neighbor Charles KALLAS@- defends Vicari.] What the mayor said about the police & officer safety discussed.