This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report that oil rig workers were pressured by lawyers to sign a document just after the explosion denying they had knowledge of the incident detailed. [Attorney for some survivors Kurt ARNOLD says the workers were kept to get the litigation machine in place just after the accident; states Transocean kept them from receiving some medical attention; explains why the workers signed the document soon after a traumatic experience.] A statement from Transocean about the incident quoted.
(Ft. Lauderdale: Randi Kaye) The sex scandal accusations against Family Research Council co founder George Rekers examined; details given about the Website Rentboycom, the "travel assistant" contract between Rekers & the escort, Rekers' view on homosexuality. [Paid escort "LUCIEN" - says we touched, but did not have sex; notes Rekers denies he is gay & asked him not to talk to the media.] [Truth Wins Out director Wayne BESEN says Rekers has justified anti gay attitudes.] A statement from Rekers quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from the Family Research Council distancing itself from Rekers quoted.
(Studio: Tom Foreman) A suspicious package found in New York City; the battle for office in Britain in the election that ended in a draw; the worlds largest beaver dam in Alberta, Canada, reported; dam shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with actor & Haiti emergency camp manager Sean Penn about the boy's story; scenes shown from Penn's clinic. [PENN - explains the problems in trying to find the medication for the dying boy & how the system in Haiti is dominated by inertia & bureaucracy; outlines how the hospital failed: that the disaster is still on; asserts money has to be spent now; outlines what needs to be done immediately to prevent disease; praises the American military for helping.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Sanjay Gupta) The diphtheria vaccine issue in Haiti discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; No location given: Soledad O'Brien) The CNN program "Rescued" about Haiti previewed.
(Nashville: Martin Savidge) The flood stories from Nashville featured; scenes shown from a working class neighborhood, including a home that was lifted off its foundation by a local creek. [Flooding victims WOMAN, Evelyn PEARLBELL, Ronnie COLEMAN, Reba PERKINS, Willie Mae STRICKLAND JORDAN, Carolyn PHILLIPS, Sherry & Janey HATHAWAY recount what happened & how they are coping.] [Scrap dealer Kelando HAMBRIC lists the items he is carrying away.]
(Studio: Tom Foreman) The introduction of legislation by Senator Joseph Lieberman to strip citizenship of people involved in terrorism; a new jobs report & the unemployment rate; Social Security list of the top three baby names for boys & girls reported.