This program is about 1 hour long
(Gettysburg: John King) Live discussion held with CNN's Arwa Damon and Johns Hopkins University professor Fouad Ajami about events in Syria. [DAMON - comments on the shooting of the teen Hamza and why the government released the body; states the people are galvanized by the brutality against Hamza.] [AJAMI - says Hamza will go down in the history of torment in Syria; comments on Syrian President Bashir al-Assad, "the reformer"; predicts a standoff.]
(Gettysburg: John King) Live discussion held with Daily Beast's Shushannah Walshe, CNN's Erick Erickson and Democratic strategist Maria Cardona about Palin; inset video of Palin shown. [WALSHE - says she is looking to see what support there is out there; comments on crowds waiting for her.] [ERICKSON - suggests we are all getting played by Palin; comments on what could happen if Palin got into the race, on Mitt Romney's campaign.] [CARDONA - says this tour is brand management and about her pushing her brand; comments on Democrats hoping Palin does run and she could win the GOP nomination were she to run,]
(Libya: Nic Robertson) The question of whether Kadhafi's army used rape as a weapon of war examined; details given of reports from captured soldiers about the rape of girls by soldiers; scenes shown from where the prisoners are kept by the rebels.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) President Obama 's naming of Gen. Martin Dempsey as his top military adviser as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; the arrest in Morocco of the man threatening "South Park" for its depiction of Mohammed in a bear suit; how hackers broke into the PBS Website and posted a false story about rapper Tupac Shakur; trouble in Italy for Snooki while filming for the Jersey Shore TV show reported.
(No location given: Sanjay Gupta) The serious questions about cell phone safety examined; details given about the need for long-term studies; scenes shown of a low-tech test on a model mimicking a human head and brain. [Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Dr. Keith BLACK- says there is a potential risk from cell phones and it take decades to see if there is an effect; comments on the younger brain and non-ionizing microwave radiation.] Phone company safety guidelines for using a phone and FCC and other guidelines on phone safety noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Sanjay Gupta) The use of regular cell phones, the idea of the owner manual instructions on use, the lack of FCC regulations, the use of an earpiece, the low-tech nature of testing, the questions about non-ionizing radiation and a possible link to cancer discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) A report on the number of people still missing after the tornado in Joplin, Missouri; an e.coli outbreak in Germany from raw vegetables; a medical warning about energy drinks for children and teens and a purple jellyfish invasion in Florida; reported.