This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley, Jeffrey Toobin and "Time" magazine's Joe Klein about Clinton in Bosnia. [CROWLEY - comments on her "memory" about going to Bosnia.] [TOOBIN - says this is raising the puzzling question about the qualifications gained by a first lady; notes there are no differences between the candidates on the issues.] [KLEIN - says they were told there was sniper fire: that it is a war story and is "unHillary-like"; states there are questions to asked about the war in Iraq.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(New York: Jim Acosta) The bickering between the Clinton campaign and that of Senator Barack Obama reviewed; several statements from supporters quoted. [Former President Bill CLINTON - speaks about candidates loving their country.] [Obama supporter retired Gen. Tony McPEAK - says he is saddened by Bill's tactics.] [New Mexico Governor Bill RICHARDSON - responds to Clinton's people.] [Professor Larry SABATO - says these insults will be used against the eventual Democratic nominee.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Interview held with Clinton supporter and CNN contributor James Carville about his comments on Richardson. [CARVILLE - explains the context in which he spoke about Richardson, who did a disloyal thing in endorsing Obama; states he made a point with a metaphor about an act of betrayal; comments on the Florida/Michigan re-vote issue.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Interview continued with Clinton supporter and CNN contributor James Carville about the race as well as his comments on Richardson. [CARVILLE - offers his view on the Democratic race and how the candidates should have the right to go on; states he expresses his view about Richardson in a clever way; indicates the stuff said is part of the side show; outlines how Hillary could do well in the primaries that are left.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The discovery of the bodies of two American contractors who were kidnapped in Iraq a year ago; the charges against Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and his former chief of staff about what they said about their relationship and the sentencing in Marietta, Georgia, for the "Barbie bandits," Ashley Miller and Heather Johnson, reported.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley, Jeffrey Toobin and "Time" magazine's Joe Klein. [CROWLEY - comments on the ties between Senator Barack Obama and Wright and new pastor Moss; states the view from Senator Hillary Clinton is electability while Obama has the vote count and the delegates at this point.] [KLEIN - outlines the challenges for Obama and the media about his controversy--that it is a difficult situation; the white reaction to black church sermons; speculates about what the Democrats may do.] [In studio, TOOBIN - says the race will be up to the superdelegates, who will likely ratify the vote of pledge delegates; indicates there are a lot of primaries left and if Clinton can run the table....]
(Washington: Joe Johns) New information about how close Republican Senator John McCain came to switching parties examined; details given about a "New York Times" story about McCain considering jumping ship in 2001. [University of Virginia professor Larry SABATO- comments on the track record and on the conservatives' view of McCain.] [In '04, McCAIN - speaks about Democratic presidential candidate Senator John Kerry.] [Recently, McCAIN - recalls his conversation: that he never considered it.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The milestone of 4,000 US troops killed in the war in Iraq noted. [From Washington, CNN terrorism analyst Peter BERGEN - analyzes the "flypaper" theory of the war: how jihadi attacks went up after the war started; states the Pentagon assessment found no link between Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda; comments on what is happening in Pakistan.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Candy Crowley) How the camps of Clinton and Senator Barack Obama view what each other says, how the Bosnia account links to her position on her foreign policy experience, how Obama has taken a vacation and what it means discussed.
(Greenwich: Randi Kaye) The murder of millionaire Andrew Kissel, who was killed before meeting with prosecutors about his upcoming trial, examined; photos shown of suspects cousins Leonard and Carlos Trujillo. [Greenwich, Connecticut, police Chief David RIDBERG- comments on the murder case.] [Carlos' defense lawyer Lindy URSO- criticizes the police.] [On Fox, Carlos TRUJILLO - says he loves Kissel like a father.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Randi Kaye) The Kissel murder case discussed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The discovery of a van linked to slayings in Iowa City; JPMorganChase's uping of its buyout offer to buy the Bear Stearns investment bank and the merger of XM and Sirius satellite radio stations reported.