This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The Senate grilling of Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein & others featured; scenes shown from the hearings. [Senators Carl LEVIN, WOMAN, John McCAIN - criticize Goldman Sachs.] [Former Goldman executive Daniel SPARKS, other MEN, CEO Lloyd BLANKFEIN- respond vaguely.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta; Washington: Christine Romans) The Goldman Sachs testimony before the Senate & the coming of new Wall Street regulations discussed. [In interview, BLANKFEIN - outlines what he testified about: we share some burden; states we were part of a system & financed companies too leveraged & led to the bubble that broke.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta; Washington: Ali Velshi) The long day of hearings that were like a prize fight with Levin being relentless & notes the double-dealing charges against the company discussed.
(Chicago: Joe Johns) The deadly month of April murders in Chicago reviewed; details given about the murder of Robert Tate, who refused to name his killers & a new police campaign to try to break the code of silence. [Police superintendent Jody WEIS- comments on the Tate case.] [Tate friend Dierreck COSBY- talks about the police.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with Advocate Christ Medical Center Dr. Steven Salzman about murder in the city; scenes shown from CNN's visit to the hospital last year. [SALZMAN - says things have gotten worse; states a multi-pronged approach is needed to deal with the crime problem.]
(Studio: Tom Foreman) The diversion of a plane flight from Paris to the US due to a possible bomb incident; Ford's profits; a setback for the medical condition of rocker Bret Michaels reported; details given about hyponatremia for Michaels after his brain hemorrhage.
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Earlier discussion held with Dr. Phil McGraw about obesity. [McGRAW - says the American mind set of weight control is diet, which does not work; states we need to revamp our lifestyle & how we use/view food; comments on obesity, body image, the sedentary lifestyle & the need for parents to be better role models.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Earlier discussion continued with Dr. Phil McGraw about obesity. [McGRAW - talks about a woman who wants to weigh a thousand pounds: that it's slow suicide; comments on the BMI index numbers & finding one's ideal body weight.]
(New York: Sanjay Gupta) The life of this Good Samaritan, Guatemala-born Hugo Tale-Yax, who led an invisible life & died, presented; scenes shown from his New York neighborhood & from the surveillance video. [Cousin Edwin TACAM- talks about Hugo.] Speculation about why no one helped Hugo outlined.
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) An 800 number for the NYC police listed.
(Studio: Tom Foreman) The parole of Thomas Hagen, who murdered civil rights activist Malcolm X; a Mexican travel advisory following Arizona's passage of a tough immigration law; the recovery of an Australian girl from a jellyfish attack & the advice from Brazil's health minister to combat blood pressure by sex reported.