This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Benghazi: Arwa Damon) The advance of the rebels due to the air strikes but they are struggling to move forward, the presence of opposition fighters trying to put together weaponry they find, the coordination of coalition forces discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" reporter David Kirkpatrick from Tripoli. [KIRKPATRICK - comments on the rumors about where Kadhafi is and how some of Kadhafi's supporters are being armed.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jill Dougherty, former State Department official Princeton University's Anne-Marie Slaughter and retired Gen. Wesley Clark about Libya. [SLAUGHTER - comments on the international support for a U.N. resolution, the quick action by a coalition enabling the opposition to make progress; outlines the diplomatic actions in support of the military mission; states this a popular uprising, not a civil war.] [CLARK - comments on the military objectives, the need for a lot of work behind the scenes with limits to what the military can do; assesses the US involvement and whether we will cede to French President Nicolas Sarkozy.] [DOUGHERTY - outlines the latest news about NATo taking the central focus with the French perhaps not wanting this.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former State Department official Princeton University's Anne-Marie Slaughter about growing violence in the Middle East; inset video shown. [SLAUGHTER - speaks about the courage of the people in Syria where the demonstrations are peaceful and the people are asking for reform in an evolutionary manner; comments on the complex choices for the US administration about Yemen due to the Al Qaeda problem; notes what is happening in Bahrain and what the US can do.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The death/missing total in Japan updated; details given about radiation in the Tokyo tap water, smoke from reactor 3 at the Fukushima plant; photos shown from the plant. [Earlier, voice of American Danny EUDY- recounts what happened inside the nuclear plant.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former power plant manager Michael Friedlander about the nuclear crisis in Japan. [From Hong Kong, FRIEDLANDER - talks about what will happen to the radioactivity in the plant in future days, the significance of sea water being poured into the reactors and how the salt can cause damages, the significance of the spread of radiation into the water.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The sentence for American soldier Jeremy Morelock for killing Afghans for sport; a court ruling in California against same-sex marriages; the impact of the disaster in Japan on the Apple iPad 2 and the death of actress/AIDS activist Elizabeth Taylor reported.