This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer and Democratic strategist James Carville about the budget. [FLEISCHER- says only the House has done something meaningful to deal with the debt; explains why Obama is not the political winner in this; predicts an intermediate agreement rather than a grand bargain.] [CARVILLE - says polls indicate people are overwhelmingly mad at Congressional Republicans; states Congress has options; comments on spending cuts.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest and Jeffrey Toobin and "Vanity Fair"'s Vicky Ward about Murdoch and the scandal; British newspaper headlines shown. [QUEST - says the Murdochs still have not answered the questions about the culture at the newspaper and the chain of command that did not know; comments on the newspaper coverage.] [TOOBIN - says Murdoch's problem is business, not legal, since there is not direct criminal responsibility; doubts there will be criminal charges in the US since there is no evidence of American criminal violations.] [WARD - says James Murdoch came out well today in the proceedings.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The accusations made by a member of Parliament against CNN's Piers Morgan, a past editor of a Murdoch newspaper, noted. [With Wolf Blitzer, Parliament member Louise MENSCH- talks about what Morgan said about hacking in his book.] [On phone, MORGAN - accuses Mensch of a blatant lie: that he has not boasted about phone hacking.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) Reports of new deadly violence in Syria with shooting at funeral mourners; the moves by the Texas Rangers to fix rails at the ballpark; New York's lottery for same-sex marriages and the arrest of a Michigan bride of identity theft charges reported.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The story of "Clark Rockefeller," a master of disguise, presented; details given about the background of Christian Gerhartsreiter, a German immigrant who found the life he wanted on American TV and took on different personas in different states in the US, including that of Clark Rockefeller, who kidnapped his own child after divorce. ["The Man in the Rockefeller Suit" author Mark SEAL- says he did it repeatedly with grandiosity; states he emulated the character on "Gilligan's Island"; indicates his love of his daughter ended his 30-year con.]
(Studio: Sanjay Gupta, Ted Rowlands) Tomorrow's report on the con man "the barefoot bandit" previewed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) New doubts about the "chloroform" searches in the Casey Anthony murder trial; the support from pro football player Michael Vick for legislation against dog fighting; Stock Market Report; Apple's iPhones sales for three months reported; scenes shown of CNN streaming on an iPad and of the old Taco Bell chihuahua commercial.