This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: John Roberts) The controversy over President Bush's administration's firing of eight US attorneys examined; scenes shown of the press questioning White House press secretary Tony Snow. [Senator John CORNYN - says the Democrats want to get White House advisor Karl Rove.] [Representative John CONYERS, Democratic strategist Paul BEGALA†, Senator Charles SCHUMER, former US Congressman Bob BARR†- offer views on the politics.] [CNN legal analyst Jeffrey TOOBIN - talks about executive powers.]
(Phnom Penh: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) This unsettled area of the law, the political question of whether the Democrats are winning because the administration seems to be hiding something, the extent of Justice Department documents sent to Capitol Hill and the issue of executive privilege, including the Nixon tapes and President Bill Clinton's use of executive privilege, which were criminal cases, discussed.
(Cambodia: Dan Rivers) The sex slaves of Cambodia featured. [Convicted sex offender Graham CLEGHORNE- talks about his case.] [Author Amit GILBOA- talks about the day-to-day existence of the brothels.] The numbers of women and children involved in the sex trade here discussed.
(Phnom Penh: Anderson Cooper) The raw data from DePaul University on sex slavery outlined on screen.
(Washington: Candy Crowley) The return of former Vice President Al Gore, the guru of global warming, to Capitol Hill where he spoke about the environment featured; scenes shown from Capitol Hill; details given about the "new Al Gore." [Representative Ed MARKEY, Senator Barbara BOXER - praise Gore.] [To Gore, Senator James INHOFE - says scientists disagree with you.] [Former Gore spokesman Chris LEHANE- talks about Gore's chances of running in 2008 or just keeping the door open a little.]
(Phnom Penh: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Washington: Joe Johns) The issue of global warming examined; details given about documents from scientists about how the environment were edited by the administration. [GORE - says the planet has a fever.] [INHOFE - says Gore has made misleading statements.] [Former White House environmental adviser Philip COONEY- says his goal was to advance the policy of the administration.] [NASA Dr. James HANSEN- talks about the gap between understanding global warming and the public's knowledge.]
(Myanmar and Thailand: Jeff Corwin) The sinister animal black market in which endangered species are bought and sold with Thailand and Myanmar becoming a major hub in the trade featured; scenes shown from the market. [Wildlife Alliance field operations director Steve GALSTER†- cites the limits on what the Thai police can do; explains the need for concern about wildlife.]
(Phnom Penh: Anderson Cooper, Jeff Corwin) The endangered tigers in Myanmar, the impact of the illegal trade on southeast Asia and the need to educate the community about protecting natural resources discussed.
(Phoenix: Gary Tuchman) Former Arizona Governor Fife Symington's story about the "Phoenix Lights" seen over the city in 1997 for several nights presented; lights in the sky shown; UFO theories detailed. [Two WITNESSES - describe what happened.] [SYMINGTON - thinks it was an alien spacecraft; describes the brilliant lights that were otherworldly.] [In 1997, SYMINGTON - jokingly introduces an alien.] [Coalition for the Freedom of Information Leslie KEAN- talks about the case.]
(Studio: Kiran Chetry) The plea from Pfc. Brian Howard that he witnessed fellow soldiers plan the rape of an Iraqi girl last year; Stock Market Report and the new Navy job for former astronaut Capt. Lisa Nowak, who is accused of abducting another woman in a romance triangle, reported.