This program is 29 minutes long
(No location given: Brian Ross) The hunt for bel Mokhtar reviewed.
(Seffner, Florida: Gio Benitez) The expansion of the sinkhole in Seffner, Florida, that has claimed the life of a man, Jeff Bush, featured. [Hillsborough County fire rescue Ronnie RIVERA- says other houses are compromised.] [Victim's brother Jeremy BUSH - describes what happened.] Map of states prone to sinkholes shown. [Geological engineer John MARQUARDT- comments on the sudden sinkhole in a house.]
(White House: Reena Ninan) The impact of spending cuts as part of the sequestration examined; details given about Pentagon cuts. [Civilian defense worker Mari NJOKU- expresses disappointment.] [President OBAMA - calls this "dumb."]
(Studio: David Muir) The debate over the budget cuts on "This Week" announced.
(Vatican: David Wright) The various signs of change in the Vatican before the selection of a new pope examined; scenes shown of papal ringmaker Claudio Franchi. [Vatican spokesman Father Thomas ROSICA- says the ring will be scratched.]
(Studio: Linzie Janis) The financial problems for the Groupon business model examined; former CEO Andrew Mason's good-bye letter after his firing quoted. [ReDesign mobile analyst Rakesh AGRAWAL- cites a Groupon offer.] [Wellpath Spa director Jennifer BENGEL- says people just want a bargain.]
(No location given: Tanya Rivero) The death of actress Bonnie Franklin of TV's "One Day at a Time" featured; TV clips shown. [On "Good Morning America," in 2012, FRANKLIN - speaks about her role.] Co-stars Valerie Bertinelli and Mackenzie Phillips quoted.
(Houston: Steve Osunsami) The abandoned baby found on the street in Houston featured; age progression photos of what the parents may look like and the baby shown. [Harris County sheriff's department Christine GARZA- talks about the discovery of a live baby.] [Sketch artist Lois GIBSON- comments.]