This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Marysville: Susan Candiotti) The timeline of the shooting in the school cafeteria, the source of the weapon used, the issue of the shooter's motivation discussed; inset video from outside the school shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI officials Tom Fuentes, "Columbine" author Dave Cullen & Shawn Henry@ about school shootings. [CULLEN - characterizes school shooters: they have a history, not that they snap; comments on Dylan Klebold's long depression.] [FUENTES - talks about shooters' depression.] [HENRY - says usually the incidents are over in 5 minutes.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Elizabeth Cohen) The complications of the meaning of the quarantine policies posited by two states, other guideline options to quarantine discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) The scientific view that quarantines are not necessary for health care workers coming back from west Africa, the politics of quarantine & what it could mean for health care workers battling Ebola discussed. [From Dallas, former CDC disease detective Dr. Seema YASMIN - comments on the quarantine of a nurse who came back from Sierra Leone to New Jersey.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The cases of Ebola patients Dr. Craig Spencer & Dallas nurses Nina Pham & Amber Vinson updated; scenes shown of Pham hugging President Obama at the White House.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Jason Carroll) The tracking of Spencer's contacts in New York City & of the people in the places Spencer went discussed.
(New York: Deborah Feyerick) The investigation of the hatchet attack by Zale Thompson on New York City police officers presented; scenes shown. [Deputy NYPD commissioner John MILLER@- talks about the terrorism narrative.] The incidents in Quebec & Ottawa, Canada, recalled; details given about the commonalities in all three attacks. [Canadian OFFICIAL - comments on the Ottawa attack.] How the police are calling the hatchet attack an act of terrorism discussed.