This program is about 1 hour long
(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) The AP report on the Pentagon review of three previous investigations into Tillman's death and how the real circumstances of his death were not reported reviewed. The processing of the Silver Star for Tillman and how the Army generals handled the "problem" of how Tillman died discussed.
(Studio: John Roberts) Live interview held with Center for Strategic and International Studies Kathleen Hicks and CNN reporter Michael Ware about the bill for Iraq. [HICKS - says having benchmarks is helpful for progress in Iraq; notes the military's disenchantment with the politicians about strategy in Iraq.] [From Baghdad, WARE - outlines how the enemies in Iraq are fed by this legislation; states this is the war you have and artificial caps cannot be put on it; notes Shiites blocs are consolidating their power; comments on the surge, whether it is working one month into a much longer operation and how the violence is being dispersed to other areas.]
(Pentagon: Jamie McIntyre) Iran's provocative capture of British seaman near the Iran-Iraq border who were inspecting cargo on a ship in the northern Persian Gulf reviewed; details given about the claims and counterclaims. [British Royal Navy Commodore Nick LAMBERT- talks about territorial waters.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies Jonathan ALTERMAN- comments on the incident.] [British foreign secretary Margaret BECKETT- says we want our personnel back.] [State Department spokesman Sean McCORMACK- says we support the British efforts.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The tangled role of the Internet in the 2008 presidential election campaign examined; 1984-style ad against Senator Hillary Clinton that derived from an Apple ad, was altered and posted by a guy who can be linked to Senator Barack Obama. [On "Larry King Live," OBAMA - offers denial.] [CNN Internet correspondent Jacki SCHECHNER- explains how easy stuff can be put online.]
(Jackson, Mississippi: Drew Griffin) What has been happening to the money promised by big tobacco to the states for treating people with tobacco-related illnesses examined; details given about how the states have been using the money to fund regular bills and how former tobacco lobbyist, now Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour wants to change how the state is spending the money thus ending an award-winning anti-smoking program; scenes shown from a school anti-smoking program. [Former Mississippi attorney general Mike MOORE- talks about using money for prevention as well as treatment.] [Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi Sandra SHELSON- wonders about the future.] Barbour's statement quoted and his refusal to talk to CNN noted. [MOORE - backs the successful program; says most states have spent the money elsewhere.] Barbour's plans to spend the anti-smoking money outlined on screen. [State senator Alan NUNNELEE- questions the governor's plan.] [Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Matthew MYERS- criticizes the states.]
(Phnom Penh: Anderson Cooper) Biologist Jeff Corwin's tussle with an Asian elephant at the Cambodia animal rescue center featured; scenes shown of a young elephant being tranquilized for treatment of his wounded leg, other elephants "smelling" the reporters and playing with them in the water with one hooking Corwin's arm. [CONSERVATIONIST - comments on the wildlife trade.] [In the water, CORWIN - shows his twisted arm.]
(Studio: John Roberts) The status of Corwin's arm injury updated.
(New York: Jason Carroll) The troubling murder of Guyana emigree Natasha Ramen by Hemant Megnath, who was charged with raping her two years ago, examined; details given about the idea that the justice system in New York City let her down. [Victim's aunt Selema DELEON- talks about Natasha and what happened.] [New York state court spokesman David BOOKSTAVER- says it is the obligation of the district attorney's office.]
(No location given: Anderson Cooper) A preview of the interview of "American Idol"'s Simon Cowell for "60 Minutes" presented. [COWELL - recounts an offer he was given.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The discovery of a chemical used in rat poison in samples of Menu recalled pet food that have led to pets' deaths; Stock Market Report; the investigation in Chicago into the incident in which a police officer beat a female bartender and the whodunit about the death of magician Harry Houdini reported.