This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Tom Llamas) The claim from presidential candidate Ben Carson that he was offered a scholarship to West Point & the reaction of Donald Trump examined; details given from the West Point explanation about its admissions process, other discrepancies in his life story & Trump quoted. [October 8, on PBS, CARSON - says he was offered a scholarship.] [Today, voice of CARSON - affirms that's the way it was presented to him; states "it is a bunch of lies."].
(Studio: David Muir; White House: Jonathan Karl) The questions about Carson's claims about a West Point scholarship & the impact it could have on his campaign discussed
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The new US security measures at airports in the Middle East due to the plane crash that might be from a bomb examined; details given about the Sharm El Sheikh airport where a bomb could have been planted on the plane. [ABC national security analyst John COHEN@- outlines new security searches. [ABC aviation analyst retired Col. Stephen GANYARD@- talks about the indications from black box sounds & how easily a bomb could get in the cargo hold.] The flight recorder evidence discussed.
(New York: Gio Benitez) An FBI report an Ohio family was held hostage for 17 hours while the father, Brian McConnell@, robbed his bank reviewed; banker's 911 call played; scenes shown from the Ontario, Ohio, home; details given about two prior similar schemes.
(Fox Lake, Illinois: Alex Perez) The police investigation into the family of police officer Lt. Charles Gliniewicz@, who committed suicide on September 1 in an elaborate plot after he stole money from a police youth program, examined; photos shown; details given from his personnel files listing complaints about Gliniewicz, who also went about hiring a hit man to kill village administrator Anne Marin. [Lake County task force Det. Chris COVELLI@- talks about Gliniewicz's two sides.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) An ABC News investigation to dangerous window blinds that could kill children presented; home video of a hanging boy & trade industry video about cord dangers shown. [Consumer Products Safety Commission chairman Elliot KAYE@- says children get hanged by these products.]
(Cleveland: David Wright) How a teenage boy, Julian Hernandez, who was "missing" for 13 years, solved his own mystery presented; scenes shown of Julian; details given about his life with his father in Cleveland under aliases & the legal charges against the father. [Father Bobby Hernandez attorney Ralph DeFRANCO@- talks about the boy.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The nightmare on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship when a passenger from Brazil fell overboard reviewed; video shown of the man falling into the sea off the coast of the Bahamas. [Passenger Logan CUNNINGHAM@- explains what happened.]