This program is about 1 hour long
(New York: Drew Griffin) The 22-year-old prostitute's background reviewed; scenes shown from outside her apartment in Manhattan; details given from her "New York Times" short interview and from her mother's statement about her.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Spitzer's resignation letter quoted.
(New York: Jason Carroll) Spitzer's resignation and his role as a moral crusader featured. [SPITZER - says he is resigning and apologizes.] [Former district attorney Stuart MEISSNER, Equality Now Taina BIEN-AIME, "New York Observer" Joe CONASON, Democratic strategist James CARVILLE- comment on Spitzer.] What Spitzer plans to do next discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former pimp Jason Itzler about the world of high-priced escorts. [ITZLER - comments on Spitzer's involvement with prostitutes, why the women worked for him.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with former pimp Jason Itzler about the world of high-priced escorts; MySpace video shown of "Ashley Alexandra Dupre," the prostitute in the New York Governor Eliot Spitzer case. [ITZLER - comments on his jail time, the business of prostitution, the money for high-priced girls, his days with his escort service, his new company, what his girls charged.]
(New York: Randi Kaye) The wives of politicians involved in scandals featured; details given about the cases involving the wives of Senator Larry Craig, Kwame Kilpatrick, Senator David Vitter. [Center for American Progress Laura NICHOLS- wonders why wives are there.] [Psychiatrist Gail SALTZ- explains the intertwined lives with the mother trying to protect the children by protecting the father and the wives' behavior.] [Hillary CLINTON, Dina Matos McGREEVEY- speak about their husbands.] "The Daily Show" skit shown.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The arrest of a suspect in the murder of UNC student Eve Carson; Southwest Airlines' inspection of its 737 planes for cracks and the suspension of a Connecticut honor student for buying Skittles from a classmate reported.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The views held by men vs. women about New York Governor Eliot Spitzer and his sex scandal noted. Live discussion held with psychiatrists Dr. Drew Pinsky and Dr. Gail Saltz about the issue. [SALTZ - offers perspectives on how people view these matters via identification; calls it self-destructive behavior by Spitzer.] [PINSKY - explains what keeps the women with their husbands; speculates on Spitzer's narcissistic behavior.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The sex scandal involving New York Governor Eliot Spitzer briefly reviewed.
(No location given: Candy Crowley) The firestorm over what former vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro said about race and Senator Barack Obama that led to her resignation from Senator Hillary Clinton's campaign featured; her resignation letter, what she said about Obama and the reactions of both sides quoted. [CLINTON - reviews the resignation of advisers.] [OBAMA - says Clinton's campaign is not heightening the racial aspect.] [On "Good Morning America," FERRARO - denies racism.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former presidential adviser David Gergen and former Civil Rights Commission chairwoman Mary Frances Berry about the issue of race and politics; statement from Andrew Sullivan characterizing the Clinton approach quoted. [GERGEN - says the Ferraro matter is getting ratcheted up on all sides; suggests Obama had to go after these comments and there is a pattern of isolating race and gender that is distracting.] [BERRY - says Obama should have taken a pass on the race matter.]
(Tallahassee, Florida: Joe Johns) The concern that the issue of the two state re-vote could turn into a catastrophe examined; details given about several options for a re-do in Florida. [Florida senator Jeremy RING†- says it could be a catastrophe.] [Leon County election supervisor Ion SANCHO†- says a mail ballot is illegal and some counties have no voting equipment.]