This program is about 1 hour long
(New York: Randi Kaye) The release of tax information by Senator Hillary Clinton for she and her husband from 2000-2007 examined; statistics on their income from her books, his speeches, books and businesses linked to Dubai, their tax payments and charitable giving cited. [CLINTON - promises to release her tax returns; promises to remove tax breaks for the rich; jokes about her husband making money.] [Senior political analyst Bill SCHNEIDER- asks her all the details there; cites the importance of the donors to the presidential library.] Hillary's earlier release of her White House schedules noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley, David Gergen and Carl Bernstein about the Clintons' money. [CROWLEY - comments on Bill's business ventures and how it is a problem for Hillary.] [GERGEN - says she deserves credit for putting this out with most of the money from books and speeches with more money going into taxes and charity.] [In studio, BERNSTEIN - says this is not "transparency"; asks what are the conflicts of interest when being paid by foreign entities.] Other material: "Newsweek" criticism of her husband's business partnership with Dubai.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The numbers on the incomes for presidential candidates Senators Barack Obama and John McCain and their wives outlined on screen.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The latest "New York Times"/CBS poll and the poll of polls numbers for Senator Barack Obama vs. Senator Hillary Clinton cited.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Candy Crowley, David Gergen and Carl Bernstein about the Democratic race. [CROWLEY - assesses how much the Rev. Jeremiah Wright issue has hurt Obama; states Michigan has run out of time for a re-vote.] [BERNSTEIN - comments on a conflict of interest for a Hillary advisor; says Hillary needs bigger numbers in Pennsylvania and nationally and the campaign may risk going more negative.] [GERGEN - assesses how negative campaigning has worked/not worked for Clinton; says what is critical is what happens in Pennsylvania: she needs a thumping victory.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) State Department's renewal of the Blackwater security firm's contract for Iraq; fire on a B-1 bomber in Qatar and a gas station clerk's fight with a would-be robber reported; store video shown.
(Ft. Wayne, Indiana: Candy Crowley) The reaction of the presidential candidates to King's life and death featured. [Senator John McCAIN - speaks about King; admits a mistake in voting against a holiday for King.] [CLINTON - recalls what she did in 1968; calls for a cabinet-level position devoted to ending poverty.] [On the plane, Senator Barack OBAMA - comments on spreading King's message.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen and radio talk show host Joe Madison about King and the presidential candidates. [GERGEN - says McCain faced up to a mistake and Clinton spoke about a poverty czar, which is not meaningful; states no candidate has put forward an urban agenda and the HUD has drifted away from its agenda.] [MADISON - says Obama made a major speech in Philadelphia about race, but the Republicans will be evaluated by blacks on public policy; states he is looking for a "new frontier" speech to capture the people's imagination.]
(Washington: Joe Johns) The murky world of government earmark projects examined; details given about projects to teach character development through golf, a Las Vegas museum, a minor league stadium in Billings and research in France on the fruit fly with Senator Thad Cochran running up the most earmarks. [Taxpayers for Common Sense Steve ELLIS- says Las Vegas oozes money and could pay for the museum.] [COCHRAN - defends allocating the resources through the Congress.] The earmark requests from Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama discussed.
(Eldorado, Texas: Susan Roesgen) A raid on a fundamentalist polygamous compound in Texas to remove dozens of girls featured; scenes shown from the YFD Ranch in Eldorado; details given about the followers of Warren Jeffs, who is jailed for being an accomplice to rape. [Texas Child Protective Services Marleigh MEISNER- says we have the girls from the compound; states we are gathering facts at the compound.] The reasons for the arrest warrant discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with former cult member Carolyn Jessop about cult life. [From Salt Lake City, JESSOP - describe the control of life in the Eldorado compound.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) More dangerous weather in the South with more tornadoes; the government report on jobs lost in March and the lawsuit brought against Google for their map system reported.