This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and RedState.com Erick Erickson about the legality of airport screening and pat-downs. [TOOBIN - comments on the rigorous screening process, the law, passenger rights and real risk; suggests a legal challenge would lose and there is not a great opposition to this.] [ERICKSON - comments on procedures in the US and whether the airport security is reasonable; suggests many politicians are detached from this and it is a growing problems for travellers.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington Melanie Sloan, CNN's Roland Martin and RedState.com Erick Erickson about the Rangel ethics trial. [SLOAN - raises questions about Lowell's presence at the hearings; states Rangel cannot have a pro bono lawyer; outlines what the committee might find about violations by Rangel.] [MARTIN - says Rangel had time to set up a legal defense fund, paid for his defense out of campaign funds and what became of his legal team.] [ERICKSON - says the lawyers cannot just quit as Rangel claims.]
(Studio: Joe Johns) Riots in Haiti over The cholera epidemic; a building collapse in India; protests outside the White House by gay rights activists against the "don't ask, don't tell" for gays in the military; the lawsuit brought against the parents of Matthew Kinney, a boy on a bike killed by the guy bring the suit, reported.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's Ernie Allen and father of Polly Klaas, Marc Klaas, about the IRS * missing children. [ALLEN - says it is wrong that the information cannot be gotten; states it is a problem Congress needs to fix because it defies common sense.] [KLAAS - says the determination has been made to protect the wealth and protect the criminals over the right of children, so the law needs to be changed; notes IRS exemptions are already being made.]
(Baltimore: Randi Kaye) A look at what makes dolphins so smart presented; scenes shown from the Baltimore Aquarium of the dolphins. [City University of New York scientist Diana REISS- talks about the mirror behavior experiment with dolphins; comments on her research on younger dolphins.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's segment on lemurs noted.
(Studio: Joe Johns) Bankruptcy filing by Loehmann's stores; the search for three people missing in Ohio since Thursday with the sister Sarah Maynard found bound; closing argumens in the Chandra Levy murder trial of Ingmar Guandike and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's word "refudiate" chosen as the word of the year by the Oxford American Dictionary reported.