This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Washington Post" reporter Carol Leonning@, former FBI agent Tom Fuentes & former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow@ about the Secret Service incident. [LEONNING@- explains what the two agents were doing at the time when they appeared intoxicated & were stopped by officers.] [WACKROW - says the agents made an error in judgment.] [FUENTES - explains the complexities of the investigation & "transparency."]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Sara Sidner) The issue of the police chief's resignation, the department's handling of the Brown shooting, the other community resignations discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from SAE about what Boren said & the racist chants quoted.
(Washington: Pamela Brown) A portrait of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden% from pictures & documents collected at his compound presented; photos shown. [Took pictures, Abdel Bari ATWAN@- recounts what bin Laden said, what he was like in the 1990s, life in the caves.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Peter Bergen) These images of bin Laden when he was relaxed as compared to when Bergen interviewed him, what the documents indicated about the role of drone strikes against Al Qaeda, the huge extent of documents not yet seen discussed.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The death of deputy US Marshal Josie Wells in the line of duty outside Baton Rouge, Louisiana, examined; details given about the suspect Jamie Cromm%, wanted for murder. [US Marshal Kevin HARRISON@- says Wells was gravely wounded.] [Witnesses WOMAN, Patrick LaFLEUR@- describe what happened.] [Mississippi Sheriff Bryan BAILEY@- talks about the dangers of serving warrants.]
(Studio: Amara Walker) The accusations from Senator Marco Rubio that President Obama's administration shaped policies in Iraq & Syria to affect a deal with Iran; the evidence in the Boston Marathon bombing trial about the murder of an MIT campus police officer; a mugging in South Africa caught on camera reported.
(Peoria, Illinois: Drew Griffin) The questions for Representative Aaron Schock about his spending, including office renovation, examined; Schock photos of his travels shown; examples of his spending using taxpayers money cited. [In the hall, to CNN, SCHOCK - speaks about a review.] [Last week, SCHOCK - reads statement.] Schock's spending, the coverup of the spending & his hiring of a law firm discussed.