This program is about 1 hour long
(New York: Jason Carroll) The timeline for Ledger's death reviewed; scenes shown of his ex-fiance Michelle Williams in Brooklyn. [NYPD police commissioner Raymond KELLY - says no illegal drugs were found.] [Actor Alessandro NIVOLA- talks about his neighbor, Ledger.] The autopsy and the initial erroneous reports discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Sanjay Gupta) The initial autopsy report, how he was found face down, what will be looked for in the full autopsy, what happens in a drug death discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Columbia, South Carolina: Candy Crowley) The e-mail smear campaign against Obama's religion examined; details given about the cyberspace charges linking Obama to Muslims that could have an impact in the Bible belt. [Obama supporter Kate BRIGHTON- says she got e-mails about Obama being a Muslim.] [OBAMA - says they come in waves.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on how the campaign money is being spent on staff salaries outlined on screen.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The grand jury to consider charges against fugitive Cesar Laurean, who is accused of killing fellow Marine Maria Lauterbach; the testimony at the inquest into Princess Diana's death; the latest child custody hearings for Britney Spears and "New York Times" study on the mercury levels in tuna sushi reported.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The African American female vote for Senators Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama re-examined; scenes shown from a beauty salon in Charleston, South Carolina; details given about the blog response to the story and of blog criticism of Oprah Winfrey for backing Obama. [Voting for Obama, Shanese JONES, WOMAN, hair studio owner voting for Clinton. Angela JACKSON- offer views.] [On "The View," PANELISTS - react to the story.] [CNN's Roland MARTIN - says it is not demeaning to ask the race question.]
(Hollywood, Florida: John King) The challenges for Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, now the only Christian conservative in the race and running out of money, examined. [Southern Baptist Dr. Rich KINCL- talks about Huckabee, his appeal to the evangelical voter and how he will continue to be a factor.] [HUCKABEE - talks about money and his campaign.] [Republican pollster Whit AYRES- speculates about Huckabee in Florida.] The question of whether Huckabee may now be running for vice president and what the polls in Florida indicate for the Republicans, especially Senator John McCain and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, discussed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) Another rollercoaster ride on Wall Street; the terrorism plot against the transit system in Barcelona, Spain, and an explanation for the "UFO" lights seen in Arizona reported.