This Week on Brian Ross Investigates

Glenn Beck and Goldline

On this week's episode of "Brian Ross Investigates," ABC News Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross investigates Goldline, a California-based company that some investors say ripped them off with so-called collectable gold coins.

He also reports on more questions facing Toyota, after the motor company confirmed it is the subject of a criminal investigation by a federal grand jury in New York over what it knew and when over possible steering rod defects.

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Joining Ross in the ABC News studios in New York to talk about this week's Washington Post series "Top Secret America" into a huge buildup in national security since Sept. 11, is Richard Clarke, a former national security official and now an ABC News consultant.

VIDEO: Goldine Under Investigation
A Probe Into Goldline Gold Company Promoted by Glenn Beck

Clarke tells Ross that the homeland security complex has "tripled in size" since 9/11 and explains why redundancy is sometimes necessary, while cautioning how it might be crossing into wasteful spending.

"When you're spending all of your time coordinating with 16 intelligence agencies… that takes away time from doing the mission," Clarke says.

"Brian Ross Investigates" is a weekly 30-minute investigate news magazine show that features exclusive interviews, undercover videos and extended investigations and story updates.

"The show is part of our expanded digital efforts in this new age of news," Ross said. "It's an exciting venture that we hope will allow viewers to interact with our investigative team and offer input as we continue reporting."

VIDEO: Toyota under investigation for steering rod defect
Toyota Car Company Under Criminal Probe for Acceleration Issues

"Brian Ross Investigates" airs every Friday on Hulu.com - CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FULL EPISODES - and ABC News Now, the network's 24-hour news channel available throughout the U.S. and Europe, at 1:36pm. Each show is also available on mobile devices, including the iPhone and iPad.

Viewers can submit videos and personal thoughts on controversial issues and current topics through Facebook and Twitter, including the "Skype Gripe" segment, in which viewers are invited to interact with Ross about recent investigations.

National Security
Richard Clarke on National Security Since 9/11

To join in on the discussion and be part of the show, follow Brian Ross on Twitter at @BrianRoss, the Investigative Team at @ABCNewsBlotter, and on Facebook (ABC News Investigative Team).

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This week is the 16th episode of "Brian Ross Investigates." All shows are archived on Hulu for viewing.

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