Sen. Joe Biden; Kashmir Earthquake; Sarah Jessica Parker; Remembering Richard Pryor
Senator Joe Biden discusses the upcoming public parliamentary elections in Iraq and how much the U.S. and the international coalition should be involved in the creation of its constitution. Chief executives Anne Mulcahy of Xerox and Henry McKinnell of Pfizer, Inc., who were appointed by President George W. Bush to head the South Asia Relief Fund, reflect on their aid mission to Kashmir, which was devastated by a 7.6 magnitude earthquake. Sarah Jessica Parker reflects on life after "Sex and the City" and describes her movie, "The Family Stone," in which she plays an uptight woman visiting her boyfriend's unorthodox family for the first time. Charlie remembers Richard Pryor, who died after a long battle with MS, and shows excerpts of guests praising Pryor's achievements.