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ABC News interviews Congressman Gary Condit about the missing 24-year-old Washington intern Chandra Levy. The half-hour segment reveals that Condit is not ready to answer questions if he had an affair with the intern. The report shows discrepancies in almost any aspect of Condit's statements.
In the weeks after the Sept. 11 attacks in Washington D.C., and New York, ABC News broadcast an interview with one of the first men to leave Osama Bin Laden's Al Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan. Identified as "Max" to protect his identity, "Max" was able to offer insight into the Al Qaeda training process and was able to identify two if the 19 hijackers responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks. ABC News, with the cooperation of the CIA, was able to extract "Max" from Afghanistan and Pakistan, where he believed he was in serious risk if he provided information.
Now It Can Be Told reports on how pilot fatigue contributes to pilot error and accidents; pilots blame unreasonable flight schedules and inadequate federal regulations, Nov. 26, 1991.
WJLA-TV (Washington, D.C.) "uncovered serious breakdowns in confidentiality, accuracy and fairness in the NFL's drug testing program. The drug policy was selectively enforced. Some players with drug problems never received the counseling or rehabilitation that the NFL says it requires."