This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with CNN's Peter Bergen and Fran Townsend and reporter Reza Sayah about US-Pakistan relations after bin Laden. [SAYAH - says this is just Pakistani politicians doing domestic damage control and Pakistan and the US will just plod along as partners; downplays the significance of the seizing of pornography at the compound.] [TOWNSEND - comments on the Pakistani resolution against the drone attacks that puts pressure on the US counterterrorism program; notes what is known about the US interview of the three hostile bin Laden wives; offers her views on porn among the entourage.] [BERGEN - comments on the Pakistani Taliban retaliatory domestic strike via a suicide bombing to protest the death of bin Laden; suggests there will be more such attacks; gives his take on the porn stash.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview held with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair about bin Laden. [BLAIR - comments on the news, whether it is possible Pakistan did not know, whether Pakistan is a full partner in the war on terrorism, the support for the narrative of a fundamental conflict with the West for Islam, whether the bin Laden death can be a gamechanger in Afghanistan, the global ideological struggle within Islam and its far-reaching implications; outlines the basic strategy of terrorism by Al Qaeda: to create chaos that will prevent democracy from growing.]
(Studio: John King) Earlier discussion held with "New York Times" John Burns about Libya and Kadhafi; inset video of the fighting shown. [From Libya, voice of BURNS - comments on the mystery about Kadhafi's whereabouts and health after the latest bombing; comments on viewing the damage of the bombing in Tripoli aimed at a subterranean complex; talks about the battle for the airport in Misrata.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) A move to protect Baton Rouge and New Orleans from flooding by opening the Morganza spillway; a coming interview with singer Hank Williams, Jr., about the benefit concert to aid the victims of disasters; an earthquake in Costa Rica; the seizure of drugged endangered baby animals at the Bangkok, Thailand, airport reported; scenes shown of Brian Williams of NBC talking about the White House situation room while a graphic of CNN's "The Situation Room" was on screen.
(Washington: Joe Johns) A Gingrich candidacy and his messy private life reviewed; details given about his three marriages and his cheating. [GINGRICH - rails against the coverup by President Bill Clinton.] [On CBN, GINGRICH - talks about his life, seeking God's forgiveness.] [Southern Baptist Convention Richard LAND- cites the opposition to Gingrich from evangelical women.] [Republican strategist Rich GALEN - assesses his chances in South Carolina.]
(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with Republican strategist Erick Erickson and Democratic strategist Maria Cardona about Gingrich and Huckabee as a candidate. [ERICKSON - tells his wife's view on Gingrich and his conversion to Catholicism; comments on Huckabee's option.] [CARDONA - says Gingrich is a not a humble man appealing to evangelicals; comments on a Huckabee candidate.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) Violent clashes in Syria between protesters and security forces; the resignation of US special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell to be succeeded by David Hale; the announcement that actor Ashton Kutcher is joining "Two and a Half Men" now that Charlie Sheen is off the comedy reported; Sheen quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview with singer Hank Williams, Jr., about the benefit concert to aid the victims of disasters. [From Nashville, WILLIAMS - talks about what he saw of the tornado damage in Alabama: it is devastation on the grandest scale.]