This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) A cyberattack from the Middle East on US banks examined; details given about the major banks targeted and how this is a denial of service attack by hackers commandeering Websites. [American Bankers Assn. vice president Doug JOHNSON- comments on the sophisticated threat.] The reaction from some Facebook folks quoted. [Former counterterrorism official Richard CLARKE- says a Middle Eastern entity has attacked the Us infrastructure.] How people banking on line could not get access to accounts discussed.
(Studio: David Muir) Some changes on the campaign trail for Mitt Romney as the first debate nears featured; scenes shown of Romney and President Obama in Virginia and from new political ads for both men; details given about their debate preparations. [OBAMA - says leaders cannot write off half the nation.] [ROMNEY - says the economic growth is lower than Russia and China; states his heart aches for people out of work.]
(White House: Jake Tapper) New details about the administration's view that the attack on the US consulate in Libya on September 11, 2012, was premeditated and carried out by terrorists examined; details given about the administration's earlier presentation and what intelligence said early on about Ambassador Chris Stevens, who died. [Secretary of Defense Leon PANETTA - comments on how the attack took place: terrorists planned it.] [September 14, White House press secretary Jay CARNEY†- says the protests were in reaction to a video.] The fact that the FBI has not yet reached Benghazi due to safety concerns noted.
(Baltimore: David Kerley) The apology from the commissioner for the blown call at the Green Bay Packers game made by the replacement refs featured; scenes shown from the Seattle touchdown play that led to 70,000 phone calls; details given about the labor concessions to the "real" refs. [NFL commissioner Roger GOODELL- apologizes to fans.]
(Washington: John Donvan) A tip from a dying man about where the long missing former Teamsters head Jimmy Hoffa may be buried examined; scenes shown from the Roseville, Michigan, site; details given about prior leads about Hoffa followed up on by police. [Roseville police Chief James BERLIN- comments on the Hoffa case.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) An ABC News investigation into how TSA officers wind up with items "lost" at the nation's airports examined; surveillance tape of airport thefts shown; details given about the ABC sting operation that tracked a stolen iPad to an agent's house. [Former TSA agent Pythias BROWN- says theft was massive.]
(Oxford, England: Jeffrey Kofman) The mystery over a twin painting of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" featured; both paintings shown; details given about the second painting that surfaced in 1914 and why it is likely a copy. [Leonardo scholar/Oxford University Martin KEMP- says it is just "an interesting copy."]