CNN's durable interview/call-in show with the avuncular, suspenders-wearing host, who leads diverse panel discussions. The questions are sometimes of the softball variety, but the chat is intelligent and it seems as if King has booked every notable newsmaker and entertainer, including Ronald Reagan, George Bush (father and son), Bill Clinton, Jimmy Cart (more…)
First Aired: July 16, 2007
A $660 million settlement by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles to victims of sexual abuse by clergy members is discussed with attorney Raymond Boucher, who represented victims in a lawsuit. Also: terrorism issues are discussed with Paul Cruickshank (Center on Law and Security), Brian Jenkins of the RAND Corp., Harry Humphries (Global Studies Group), New York City police commissioner Raymond W. Kelly.