This program is about 1 hour long
(Columbia, Missouri: Kyung Lah) The resignation of University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe & the chancellor following a boycott by football players due to racial issues at the school featured; scenes shown from campus protests against administrative inaction over incidents, including the treatment of student body president Payton Head, the use of the "n" word, a Nazi swastika in a residence hall, the hunger strike by student Jonathan Butler. the players' boycott. [WOLFE - announces he is resigning.] The end of the student protests with the start of university action discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN exclusive live discussion held with Butler & Head about the campus. [BUTLER - reacts to the leaders stepping down; talks about his hunger strike & precautions he took.] [HEAD - describes the tense atmosphere for minority students on campus: a lack of administration response; states racism is institutional.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Rachel Nichols & "New York Times" columnist Charles Blow about what happened at the University of Missouri & the power of the football team. [NICHOLS - says the resignation followed the football boycott & athletes can use their power in activism.] [BLOW - cites the moral deficit: the threat of loss of revenue; comments on the hostile environment on campus when he spoke there.]
(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) Carson's relationship with Mannatech, which sells a dietary supplement, examined; details given about a lawsuit against Mannatech; scenes shown from Carson's ad for Mannatech. [Johns Hopkins professor Ronald SCHNAAR@- says there is no evidence it works: its curative claims are a sham; states medical people have a responsibility.] [Former Mannatech associate Alyssa SUMMEY@- talks about Carson on the team.] [In CNN debate, CARSON - denies involvement with Mannatech.] [On his bus in Florida, in CNN interview, CARSON - says he was contracted to give a speech & likes the product, but is not an endorser.] Carson's assertion the product works for his mother & how he seems to have a "relationship" with the company discussed.
(Marksville, Louisiana: Martin Savidge) The story out of Louisiana of two city marshals, Norris Greenhouse & Derrick Stafford, shooting 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis% in a car driven by his father, Chris Few@, they pursued reviewed; photos & the street shooting scene shown; details given about police dashcam footage & the murder charges against the two. [Louisiana state police Col. Michael EDMONSON@- calls it unfortunate.] [Few's girlfriend Megan DIXON@, Few's friend Jeremy WHITTINGTON@- comment.] The questions about why Few was being chased by the marshals & how the pursuit started discussed.