This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: John King) Republican Party's identity crisis examined. [Pinellas County GOP chair Tony DiMATTEO- recalls what happened to the party; comments on getting more registered Republicans in Florida.] [Conservative activist Richard VIGUERIE - cites the "betrayal" focus on former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.] [South Carolina Governor Mark SANFORD - says President Bush is partly to blame.] [GOP pollster Whit AYRES- cites the party's challenge.]
(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper, John King, Gloria Borger) Live discussion held about the future of the Republican Party, including what the party should stand for, the fund-raising by the Democrats due to the enthusiasm over a political power shift, what can be expected in tomorrow's Republican debate.
(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper) Viewer videotaped questions for tomorrow's CNN/YouTube debates played.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The fundamental problems at the Middle East peace conference held at Annapolis, Maryland, reviewed; details given about what the Israelis, Palestinians, and extremists, including Hamas, want in the region. [President BUSH - says the time is right....] [Palestinian parliament member Mustafa BARGHOUTI- raises questions about Israel.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies Haim MALKA- comments on the violence.]
(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former presidential adviser David Gergen about the peace talks. [GERGEN - says there have been some breakthroughs in the region over the years; credits Bush for getting Arab nations to the table; notes the weak leadership in Israel, the US and among the Palestinians.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) Complaints about the jail in Aruba from Joran Van der Sloot, the suspect in the Natalee Holloway disappearance case; the ouster of Mark Everson, the president of the Red Cross; the arrest of a British teacher in the teddy bear case in Sudan reported. The investigation into whether Miss Puerto Rico made up claims that she was sabotaged at the beauty pageant by pepper spray discussed.
(Palmetto: John Zarrella) The murder of pro football player Sean Taylor by an intruder in his home in Florida updated and the mysteries in the case discussed; scenes shown from outside his house in Palmetto.
(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN contributor Roland Martin and Zarrella about the violence around players in the NFL. [MARTIN - comments on the history of shootings and home invasions involving NFL players and pro athletes.] [ZARRELLA - comments on the other incidents at Taylor's home.]
(New York: Randi Kaye) The murder in Chicago of a doctor, dermatologist David Cornbleet, by Hans Peterson examined; surveillance video shown; details given about information on Peterson given by a tipster and of a possible motive. [Victim's children Jon and Jocelyn CORNBLEET- comment on the stabbing death of their father.]
(Chicago: Randi Kaye) The murder in Chicago of a doctor, dermatologist David Cornbleet, by a former patient Hans Peterson, who fled to the French island of St. Martins, examined; photos shown; details given about the Peterson confession and the issue of Peterson's extradition. [Victim's children Jon and Jocelyn CORNBLEET- comment on the Peterson's claims of being French.] [Cook County states's attorney office Bernie MURRAY- explains how Peterson is an American, not French.] [Senator Richard DURBIN - comments on Peterson.] [Northwestern University law school professor Anthony D'AMATO - talks about the US-French laws.]
(St. Petersburg: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin about the law in this murder case. [TOOBIN - explains Peterson cannot be extradited because he is a French citizen, but he could be tried in a French court.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) A deadly day for Americans in Iraq; allegations of war crimes against the Blackwater USA security firm for a shooting in Baghdad; Stock Market Report and housing price figures and a U.N. survey ranking Iceland as the best place to live reported.