This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Wolf Blitzer and Gloria Borger the day before CNN's debate in Las Vegas. [KING, BORGER, BLITZER - talk about the Democrats' view of Senator Hillary Clinton, the immigration issue, the issue of electability, the importance of Iowa for the Republicans and the Democrats, the wide-open Republican race since Republican voters are undecided, how aggressive former Senator John Edwards and Senator Barack Obama will be against Hillary in tomorrow's debate.]
(Las Vegas: Ted Rowlands) The preliminary hearing in Las Vegas in the O.J. Simpson hotel robbery case with the judge deciding to go to trial featured; scenes shown from inside the courtroom with audiotape recorded in the room played. [Sports memorabilia dealer Bruce FROMONG, former co-defendants Michael McCLINTON, Walter ALEXANDER- testify.] [Simpson attorney Yale GALANTER, defense attorney James MORAN, district attorney Christopher OWENS- make statements.] [Outside, GALANTER - speaks out.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and the AP's Linda Deutsch about the Simpson case; inset scenes from the courtroom shown. [In studio, TOOBIN - says the issue is did O.J. know there were guns.] [DEUTSCH - comments on O.J.'s reaction to the court ruling and what will happen next; states all the witnesses had credibility issues and how this is a commentary on the power of celebrity with O.J. being a major presence still.] Other material: [After court, GALANTER - says these are not credible people.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's telling reporters he takes no ultimatums despite the international pressure; the oil spill in San Francisco Bay; the lawsuit filed by celebrity publisher Judith Reagan against Rupert Murdoch's news corporation for being told to lie about her affair with former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik reported. What happened to a thief in Florida who jumped into an alligator-infested lake discussed; scenes shown of the dead gator.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The case of Illinois police officer Drew Peterson, who is a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy, and the mysterious death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, whose body was exhumed, updated.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht about the Peterson case. [WECHT - says it will be impossible to determine soft tissue injuries on Savio's body.] [In studio, TOOBIN - doubts charges can be brought against Peterson without a body.]
(Las Vegas: Gary Tuchman) The behavior of patients with Alzheimer's disease examined in light of the case of retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and her husband, John; scenes shown from an Alzheimer's group home in Las Vegas. [Las Vegas Alzheimer's and Memory Care Chris TAM- talks about the behavior of Thomas and Josephine.] [Thomas' wife June SCHNYDER- talks about her husband being with another woman.] [Son Scott O'CONNOR, Weill-Cornell school of medicine Dr. Gail SALTZ - talk about this lost love behavior.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Sonjay Gupta) The hallmarks of early and longer-term Alzheimer's disease, where memory is stored in the brain and the increasing rate of this kind of dementia discussed; inset photos of the O'Connors shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on Alzheimer's disease outlined on screen.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The outcome of the New York governor's plan to offer driver's licenses to illegal immigrants and the reaction of presidential candidates Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama; the showdown between the Congress and President Bush about funding the war in Iraq; the appointment of Attorney General Michael Mukasey and the endorsement of Republican Mike Huckabee by actor Chuck Norris reported.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's CNN presidential debate and the November 28 Republican debate previewed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) A massive cleanup effort in northern Chile after an earthquake; the connection between the State Department's inspector general and the Blackwater company tied to problems in the war in Iraq; Stock Market Report and "People" magazine's naming of actor Matt Damon as the sexiest man alive reported.