This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) The aftermath of the two bold raids in Africa featured; scenes shown of the fighting in Somalia and the capture in Tripoli of terrorist Abu Anas al-Libi with his car shown; details given about Abu Anas' role in the two Africa embassy bombings. [Former CIA chief if staff Jeremy BASH, former Army Lt. Col. Michael BARBERO- comment on the Libya raid.] The three secrets Abu Anas may hold and reveal in interrogation discussed.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The politics of the shutdown and the looming debt ceiling crisis examined. [President OBAMA - blames Speaker of the House John Boehner for not calling a vote to end the shutdown.] [On "This Week," BOEHNER - says there are no the votes for a clean C.R.; states we will not pass the debt limit.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The arrest of Fred White in the beating of motorist Alexian Lien in the motorcycle road rage incident in New York featured; photos and scenes shown; details given about the role of police in the biker group. [In ABC interview, biker Christopher CRUZ- says he feels bad for the family; explains what happened in the helmet cam tape: it is a misunderstanding.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The "20/20" story "Unbreakable" on Malala announced.
(Houston: Ryan Owens) The safety of race car fans examined in light of the crash at Sunday's grand prix race in Houston; scenes shown from the Dario Franchitti accident sending debris into the stands. [Fan Paul BASALDUA- describes what happened to a fan.] The February accident at Daytona and diagrams shown.
(New York: Josh Elliott) The story of 7-year-old Jack Hoffman, a cancer patient who ran for a touchdown with the University of Nebraska's spring game, updated; kid shown on the field and now in remission. [HOFFMAN, FATHER - comment.]