This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Candy Crowley) Senator Barack Obama's global trip to leave impressions behind overseas previewed; details given about the political risk for Obama on the tour. [Senator Evan BAYH- says he will show he will be a strong commander-in-chief.] [Senator John McCAIN - calls it a political event; says Obama is naive about Iraq.] [CNN European political editor Robin OAKLEY- says we don't know what he will do; states the feeling that it is like Camelot.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) McCain's criticism of Obama on Afghanistan noted. [McCAIN - says he has never had a hearing on Afghanistan.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Crowley, Peter Bergen and "Vanity Fair"'s Sebastian Junger about Afghanistan. [In studio, JUNGER - recounts his year with one American platoon on the ground in Afghanistan; states Pakistan is an "enormous problem" because the insurgents are helped by the military apparatus in Pakistan.] [From Kabul, BERGEN - says it is an under-resourced war in numbers and money for reconstruction; comments on Obama's proposal for a residual force for Iraq.] [From Washington, CROWLEY - comments on the press coverage of Obama's international trip to show his credentials to the voter; outlines the huge risk for Obama in travelling to Iraq and Afghanistan on a fact-finding mission.]
(Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) What Senator Barack Obama can gain from the support of former President Bill Clinton examined; scenes shown of Senator Hillary Clinton with Obama in Unity, New Hampshire. [Now, former President Bill CLINTON - comments on his talk with Obama about campaigning on their timetable; says we know where Jesse Jackson's heart is and Obama accepted his apology.] [In the primary campaign, CLINTON - criticizes Obama's fairy tale; comments on Jesse Jackson's wins in '88; campaigns for Hillary.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The "micro-targeting" by Obama's campaign to tailor the message to a specific demography of voters examined; details given about the rise of the role of the Internet. [salon.com Mike MADDEN- comments on the Obama data.] [capitoladvantage.com Michael CORNFIELD - says more people watch Obama's YouTube videos.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(New York: Jason Carroll) The controversy over Jesse Jackson's use of the n-word in an off-mic statement about Senator Barack Obama examined; Jackson's written apology quoted. [In Spain, JACKSON - comments on his conversation and the healing process.] ["Ebony/Jet" magazine Bryan MONROE- speaks about Jackson's complexity.] [In 2006, JACKSON - speaks against the use of the word.] [On the street, three PEOPLE, "Kansas City Star" columnist Jason WHITLOCK- react to the word in the vocabulary.] [On "The View," Elizabeth HASSELBACK, Whoopi GOLDBERG - speak on the n-word controversy.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio discussion held with Rev. Al Sharpton and political analyst Kelly Goff about Jesse Jackson's use of the n-word. [SHARPTON - says blacks in private use the word, but we committed to stop using the word; notes it used to be part of trash talk.] [GOFF - says you cannot have it both words: using it some context.] [in 2006, JACKSON - says we have to stop using the inflammatory n-word.]
(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The problems for a million potential travellers whose names are on the terrorism watchlist at the nation's airports examined; details given about the restrictions on those listed, including reporter Griffin, who is trying to get his name off the list. [Attorney Jim ROBINSON- outlines what happens to him; states he filled out the forms in 2005 and has not heard back from the TSA.] What will be done next discussed.
(Atlanta: David Mattingly) The murder of Nancy Cooper featured; scenes shown from Cary, North Carolina, where Nancy disappeared after going jogging and whose body was found at a construction site; details given about the husband, who may have been having an affair and has had his children given to the late wife's families. [Sister Khrista LISTER- speaks about losing her twin sister.] [Husband Bradley COOPER- thanks the volunteers.] [Cary police Chief Pat BAZEMORE- comments on the Cooper case.]
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) The blogging from prison from convicted murderer Scott Peterson; the FDA lifting of its salmonella warning on tomatoes; a raid on Wachovia headquarters in St. Louis and Stock Market Report reported.